Aloha From West Pearl Harbor: Changing The World One Piece At A Time

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#50YearsofServiceAboveSelf

Come join us and help us to make a difference in our community and around the world!

 

1st & 2nd Mondays at 6:00 PM via Zoom

Contact President Rodgie Mark Bucsit 

if you want to join us!

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Rodgie Mark Bucsit

Current President of West Pearl Harbor Rotary Club

WEST PEARL HARBOR ROTARY HAIKU

White Pearl in the dark 

United, helping others

Happiness follows

LATEST NEWS AND EVENTS

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September 20th Speakers

We will feature guest speaker Maui Rotarian Joanne Laird first, well-known to many in District 5000 as the key person to “Read Aloud America.” Joanne says Read Aloud programs have been temporarily suspended, so she will present a PowerPoint about her experience teaching English in China.  She was one of five teachers selected by the ShinShin Foundation to implement best practices to English teachers there.

 

We are happy to also host Gary Permenter who a Rotarian and a Shelter Box ambassador. His slide presentation will include photos of the recent earthquake in Haiti and how Shelter Box was a lifeline for many survivors there, as well as Rotary International’s partnership with Shelter Box

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West Pearl Harbor Rotary Club Celebrates 50th Anniversary!

Date: September 20, 2021

Time: 6:00 - 7:00 PM

Speaker: Joanne Laid &

Permenter 

Contact us for the Zoom Link! 

Congratulations to Principal Keith Hayashi for receiving the Paul Harris Fellow Award!

First Annual Legacy Luncheon Celebration!

SCHOLARSHIPS

The West Pearl Harbor Rotary Club is a non-profit organization founded on May 7, 1971. It is the premier service club serving the greater Waipahu community through a variety of avenues of service. We promote vocation as an opportunity to serve while upholding the highest moral and ethical standards both in business and in our members' personal lives. One of the club’s main objectives is to provide scholarships to high school seniors aspiring to further their education after high school. Scholarship funds are provided by Rotarians, donors, and fundraising collections.