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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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Meeting Infornation

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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Our mighty little club meets at 6:15pm for socializing and the bell rings promptly at 6:30
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Rotary Club of Pahoa Sunset is holding its 3rd annual Cinco de Mayo Festival.

The Fundraiser raises money for youth projects. This year we will remember our past president Alan Lakritiz and will present the 1st annual Community Service award in his memory

Tickets are only $35 and includes a delicious Mexican dinner & Drinks, Musical entertainment and and dancing. Also check our our great Silent Auction which includes art work of Alan Lakritiz

Get your tickets on-line at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rotary-club-of-pahoa-sunset-cinco-de-mayo-festival-tickets-33722354470

HRYF scholarship winner, Juniper Ozbolt from HAAS school, was recognized at our Tues. Rotary Club meeting. She followed this with presenting her senior project with a video and talk about "Empowering Women through Confidence" Congratulations Juniper!
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

 

 
 
 
 
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