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Rotary Club of West Pearl Harbor is a non-profit organization founded on May 7, 1971. It is one of the 52 Rotary clubs in Hawai'i, 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.




On August 8th, Sandy Tsukiyama, will speak about her study abroad experience in Brazil on a Rotary Scholarship! Join us to her story and to learn more about scholarship opportunities via Rotary.

Club Calendar August 2022
(membership month)

Monday 1st: 

Club meeting at 6pm via zoom. Guest speaker Joanne Laird 

Monday 8th:

Club meeting at 6pm via zoom. Guest speaker Sandy Tsukiyama

Thursday 18th:

Board Meeting at 6pm Waikele Country Club

Monday 22nd- Friday 26th: 

Rotary on the road (visiting other clubs)


WPH Rotary Members:  Review of WHS Early College Program

Community leaders along with members of the West Pearl Harbor Rotary Club, reviewed the 2022-2023 McInerny Foundation Early College Strategic Plan on Monday, June 27.

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West Pearl Harbor Rotary Club Celebrates 50th Anniversary!


We had an amazing time serving at The Pantry this past weekend. The Pantry, by Feeding Hawaii Together, is the only e-commerce food pantry in the country operating weekly, year around, to provide free, nutritious food to families. Hawai’i is facing a hunger crisis and since the beginning of this year, almost 50% of Hawai’i families with children reported experiencing food insecurity. 


If you would like to volunteer at The Pantry or make a donation, please visit their website:

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West Pearl Harbor Rotary Scholarship Recipient 2022

Arianne Karylle Cadiz

Arianne Karylle Cadiz graduated in May 2022 from Waipahu High School with honors and valedictorian. She also graduated with her Associate in Liberal Arts degree at Leeward Community College. She will be attending the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa majoring in psychology to pursue a career as a psychologist.


In her high school years, Arianne participated in her high school’s Early College program and stayed involved through organizations such as Phi Theta Kappa, Mālama Mentors, and Student Government.

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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.