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 “In the spirit of Rotary’s 4-Way Test, our mission is to serve the local and global community and our club membership by implementing dynamic programs that address current and emerging needs. Our goal is to achieve meaningful results in an atmosphere of fun, fellowship,and with the spirit of Aloha.”

 
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Pahoa Sunset

Our Club is Small but Mighty Resilient

We meet Tuesdays at 6:30 PM
Malama O Puna
15-2881 Pahoa Village Road
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Pahoa, HI  96778
United States
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It is with great sadness that I report the passing of our beloved Club President Alan Lakritz.  Alan passed away after a valiant struggle with the cancer that made his breathing so difficult.  He was a gift to our local Rotary Club, our Puna Community and the recovering community throughout the world. All who knew him, will miss him. All who knew him celebrate having had him as a friend. Safe travels, Mr. Sparky
 
Dictionaries to Third Graders
First stop was Keonepoko Elementary
Rotary Club of Pahoa Sunset  Volunteers -Volcano RainForest Runs  at our..Aid Station No 3 ..
Five consecutive years

 

From the August 2016 issue of The Rotarian
Reasons to love Rotary right now
 

1. Because we are about to eradicate a disease, and you can be a part of it

We are 99.9 percent of the way toward ending polio. As of early June, there were only 16 cases of wild poliovirus in the world, and many think this could be the year we see the last naturally occurring case of polio.
As Rotary and our partners work to eradicate the poliovirus in Afghanistan and Pakistan, the remaining endemic countries, we also continue immunization campaigns in other high-risk countries to ensure that the disease remains gone for good. You can participate on the ground. Email polioplus@rotary.org to connect with Rotarians leading upcoming trips. 

Dear fellow Rotarians,

I embarked on my road to Rotary thanks to George Campbell, a dear friend and mentor who taught me the importance of civic responsibility. My former boss saw a potential leader in me and I thank him for his guidance. After starting down that road, I met many other Rotarians walking the same path. They offered me their help, shared advice, and made sure I kept moving in the right direction.

 
 
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