Upcoming Events
Mtg- Zoom Speaker Zita Cup Choy, Iolani Palace
Jun 04, 2021
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
No mtg-DARK for Kamehameha Day holiday
Jun 11, 2021
Club Assembly-members only
Jun 18, 2021
Mtg- Zoom Speaker TBD
Jun 25, 2021
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Dark for Independence Day
Jul 02, 2021
Mtg- Zoom Speaker TBD
Jul 09, 2021
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
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Please have a safe Memorial Day weekend, everyone!
Speaker info & sign up for Fri June 4
In honor of Kamehameha Day, our speaker on June 4th is Zita Cup Choy, a historian at The Friends of Iolani Palace.  She will be speaking about the significance of Kamehameha Day. 

She has been the historian since 2019, maintaining and expanding records related to the history of the palace, but has volunteered at the Palace since 2003. She provides research support for curatorial and media projects, is a content teacher for docent and in-service training, and conducts regular, media and vip tours. She also is a volunteer docent / researcher for Washington Place. Washington Place, Hawaii's governors residence since 1918. She also volunteered at Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii, doing the clerical work for their Uncontested Divorce Clinics.

Thank you,

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Nepal Disaster Relief D5000 Fund
The COVID surge has spilled over to Nepal and they are in a crisis situation with all the emergency facilities at overcapacity.  Our contacts in Nepal at Dhading Hospital are short of oxygen equipment and PPEs.  The District has set up a disaster fund account with the District 5000 Foundation.  If you would like to donate, use this link or go to the district website:
Please help!
Health Systems Strained To The Limit As COVID-19 Surges In Nepal

The catastrophic second wave of COVID-19 cases that hit India first has spread to nearby nations especially Nepal, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives. Very low levels of vaccination in most South Asian countries (less than 10 percent in India, Sri Lanka, and Nepal) are adding to concern that the virus will spiral even further.



2021 Rotary Virtual Convention!
Registration is Open for the 2021 Virtual Convention!
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