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Rotary, one of the world’s oldest and largest
service organizations.








Rotary Club of West Pearl Harbor  was chartered on May 7, 1971 and is one of the 52 Rotary clubs in Hawai'i, serving the greater Waipahu community. 

Solving some of the world’s most complex and pressing problems takes real commitment and vision. Rotary members believe that we share a responsibility to take action to improve our communities. Join us, so that we can make an even bigger impact – together.



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Rotary International theme 2022-2023!

RI President-elect R. Gordon R. McInally calls for Rotary to create hope in the world by working for peace and mental wellbeing. He urges members to engage in tough conversations and earn the trust that’s necessary to realize these values.

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Club Calendar: June 2024

This month we recognize the importance of international fellowship and goodwill among Rotarians with similar recreational and vocational interests, promote increased participation in fellowships, and increased understanding of this program.

Members, explore some of fellowships on website, such as: Bathhouse, Chess, Empowering Women, Hiking, Jazz, Pickleball, Tea Lovers, Wine, Yoga and more!

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Paul Harris: Rotary's Founder

In 1905 Paul founded Rotary in Chicago for fellowship and mutual helpfulness.  At that time, membership was limited to one man from each business or profession, as is still the practice today.  The name “Rotary” was chosen for the club’s practice of holding each meeting rotating at different member’s locations of business.

Our 2024 Calendars are here! Thank you to all the sponsors for the support in making our calendar fundraiser possible:

Delsie Smith Kangen Water, MN Printing, Rejuvenate with Arlene, Quick Stars Tutoring, Hawaiis Plantation Village, Pho Waipahu, Amano Construction, Island Maid Hawaii, Waipahu Florist, Frances Cajimat Matanuska Valley Federal Credit Union, Rejuve Aesthetics and Wellness, Tatiana Macias Therapy, Diamonds Kitchen, A Catered Experience, Malia Jansson Statefarm, Elenas Filipino Foods, VCA Waipahu Animal Hospital, Hangs Smoothies, and Darilyn Miura-Kojima Marcus Realty.


World Polio Day is 24 October.  Learn more about our club efforts to keep polio eradication in the spotlight so more people join Rotary's historic effort.


This year, we got the opportunity to send grant funds from our Rotary District 5000 towards a training on craft and business skills for women of Marshall Islands.


See some of their work this Saturday 11am-4pm at the HEART of Honolulu Street Festival organized by the nonprofit Downtown Art Center.


On Rotary Works Day 2023, we spent the day weeding and preparing soil around a 11000 sq feet coconut tree planting area on UH West Oahu together with Niu NOW! - a movement focusing on Hawaiian cultural revitalization, environmental conservation and local food production.

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During Rotary Gives Thanks Day 2023, we participated in our 5th annual Pacific Gateway Center Thanksgiving meal distribution!

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Congratulations to the winners of Waipahu Got Talent! What an amazing event raising money towards our club scholarship fund for Waipahu High School students!

Thank you to everyone who supported and Phi Theta Kappa for putting together the program.

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During the month of September each year, Hawaii Rotary Youth Foundation (HRYF) participates in Foodland's annual community matching gifts program, Give Aloha. This fundraiser help fund our annual $5000 scholarship we award to a high school graduate of Waipahu.

Thank you Midweek for featuring one of our service efforts! Read more about our school supply drive for Honowai Elementary School on Midweek's 8/23 issue!


Rotary District 5000 International Service Team helps design global grants and develop International Service Projects with Rotary clubs in Hawaii. Read more about West Pearl Harbor's international involvement.


Every December, we make sure to spread some holiday cheer at Waipahu Hall Elderly!

The Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) Camp is a transformational leadership weekend that creates valuable and positive changes through experimental fun presentations from Hawaii leaders with the end goal of promoting our next generation of leaders!

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We are always looking for guest speakers with new and interesting subjects. If you are interested in presenting during one of our club meetings, please email us!

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