Speaker Date Topic
Melissa Miayshiro Oct 29, 2019
Accelerating Hawaii Toward 100% Clean Energy
Accelerating Hawaii Toward 100% Clean Energy

Melissa Miyashiro is Managing Director of Strategy & Policy at Blue Planet Foundation, a Hawaii-based nonprofit committed to clearing the path for 100% clean energy through bold advocacy, community action, and creative communications. As part of Blue Planet's senior leadership team, Melissa heads the organization’s clean energy and climate policy efforts, strategic impact, and partnership development. She received a law degree and a certificate in Environmental Law from the William S. Richardson School of Law (University of Hawaii at Manoa). She has authored papers on climate justice and taught persuasive writing and legislative advocacy at Hawaii’s law school.

 



Janine Legrand Nov 04, 2019 12:00 PM
Combined Meeting at Oahu Country Club

"Life, Health, and Rotary in Masindi, Uganda (East Africa)"

Janine is a 57-year old single missionary serving with SAMS (The Society of Anglican Missionaries and Senders) doing health work in Masindi, Uganda, East Africa. She is a graduate of Kapiolani Community College with an AA in Medical Assisting and of The University of Hawaii at Manoa with a BA in Zoology and a Professional Diploma in Secondary Science Education. She also attended Fuller Theological Seminary studying Cross-cultural Health Care.

Janine LeGrand will speak about her Health-Education Ministry work in Uganda, aiding with the containment and eradication of Ebola.

This will not be at our usual location, but at Oahu Country Club at 12-1pm (150 Country Club Rd, Honolulu, HI 96817).

No Meeting Nov 05, 2019
Dr. Arjun Aryal & Dr. James Ham Nov 12, 2019 7:15 AM
Rotary International Service Projects: Nepal
Rotary International Service Projects: Nepal

Rotary Club of Honolulu Sunset President, Dr. Arjun Aryal, will be speaking about his latest project planning for Nepal concerning water access. In addition to his role as Honolulu Sunset Presdient, Dr. Aryal is his club's International Service Projects chair. Dr. Aryal will be joined by his colleague Dr. James Ham (District 5000 Global Grants Chair) who has extensive experience around the world in Rotary International Service Projects. Come listen to what our Rotary clubs are doing across the world and see how you can get involved!

Helen Jaccard Nov 19, 2019 7:15 AM
Veterans For Peace, Golden Rule Project
Veterans For Peace, Golden Rule Project

In 1958, four Quakers sailed Golden Rule, a small ketch, from Los Angeles towards the Marshall Islands Pacific Proving Ground in an attempt to stop nuclear bomb tests. Although the crew was arrested in Honolulu, the public outcry over their detention helped convince President Kennedy to sign the Limited
Nuclear Test Ban Treaty of 1963. Now, spurred by the renewed possibilities of nuclear weapons use, the restored Golden Rule is sailing the Pacific on an educational mission of Peace in the Pacific. 

Helen will show a 10-minute documentary film about the boat and mission with an update on the voyage! 

No Meeting-Observance Of Thanksgiving Day Holiday Nov 26, 2019
DARK
Kathleen Rhodes-Merriam Dec 10, 2019 7:15 AM
Focusing on Merry Moments: Self-Care During the Holidays
Focusing on Merry Moments: Self-Care During the Holidays
The holidays can be tough - high expectations, pressure, difficult family members, coping with grief or loss, and so many people asking for your time!
 
Please join us for Kathleen's discussion about how you can stay centered and focused on what really matters during the holiday season. E-Club Rotarian Kathleen is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and administrator at the Windward Community Mental Health Clinic.
 
Come learn some ways to make this a season one of joy and love with those you care most about!
Margaret Cadiz Dec 17, 2019 7:15 AM
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Hawaii

Margaret is a licensed social worker and the Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawai‘i (BBBS) Program Coordinator. BBBS supports keiki ages 6-16 years old who have faced adversity in their young lives and experienced the loss of a valuable connection. 

The youth-centered programs at BBBS helps keiki create goals that mentors can help them achieve. Each keiki and mentor is connected with a staffmember who provides ongoing coaching for the youth, training for the volunteer, and resources for the ohana. They partner with the parent/guardian, child, and mentor to ensure that the social and emotional needs of youth are being met and that every keiki has an opportunity to reach their full potential. See how you can get involved! 

No Meeting-Observance Of Christmas Holiday Dec 24, 2019
DARK