7th Annual Wilkinson-Wakai Scholarship Golf Tournament

      RCWW GOLF TOURNAMENT POSTPONED

DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED

 

        

Sign up today for the RCWW 7th Annual Wilkinson-Wakai Scholarship Golf Tournament

A fundraiser for the RCWW Scholarship Fund

      

         Where:  Hickam Par 3 Golf Course

         Time:  12:30 Check-in

                      2:00  Shotgun Start

          Mexican Dinner at La Familia 

          Great prizes!

Teams/Cost:  See attached registration flyer

Individuals welcome to register.  We will pair you.

     https://www.dropbox.com/s/rvbgrrqzxdhq3k4/2020.Golf%20Flyer.fillable%20%281%29.pdf?dl=0

If you do not have a military ID, you must fill out the attached Pass and ID form.  Please be sure to complete blocks 29 and 30.   Present it at Hickam's front gate to gain access.

        http://file:///C:/Users/Lynn/Dropbox/MilitaryPass&IDform.pdf      

If you are not an American citizen, please fill out the attached Foreign Visitor form to be able to get on base.  Please also mail this to Geoff Horvath at the above address.

       http://file:///C:/Users/Lynn/Dropbox/Foreign-Visitor-Request/1July2018(2).pdf

For more information, contact Marie at 223-5689.

 

 

7th Annual Wilkinson-Wakai Scholarship Golf Tournament Lynn Goya 2020-02-27 10:00:00Z 0

Member Profile - Geoff Horvath
 

 
Geoff Horvath has been a member of RCWW for 20 years.  He recently retired after 23 years with the Navy where he did telecommunications.  He joined Rotary at the suggestion of a friend, and wanted to give back to the community after feeling supported by the "folks back home" while he was in the Navy.  Geoff has been very active in RCWW as past president, member of the Hawaii  Rotary Youth Foundation, is now president of the Rotary Foundation, and is our esteemed newsletter editor.  A little known fact about him is that he gets up at 3:00am each morning (even in retirement!) to study the bible, and enjoys aerobic activities like gardening, hiking, tennis, swimming, and vacuuming/mopping.
 
Please visit our regular meetings at noon on Thursdays at Dot's in Wahiawa and meet Geoff in person!
 
Member Profile - Geoff Horvath  Lynn Goya 2020-01-28 10:00:00Z 0

RCWW Marches On In 2019 Wahiawa Veterans Day Parade!

The Rotary Club of Wahiawa had the honor of marching in the Wahiawa Lions Club sponsored  73rd Veteran's Day Parade! It was a moving experience this year, because we saw so many more Veterans in the crowds of people. More than in the past.  We were also very privileged to meet and shake hands with a WWII Veteran.  We handed out American Flags, that were made in AMERICA, and waved to the spectators. Also present were elementary schools in the Wahiawa/Schofield/Wheeler area, high school Bands from the Wahiawa and Honolulu areas, ROTC units from multiple Oahu high schools, VIPs, and vehicles. All members had a blast!  See you next year!
RCWW Marches On In 2019 Wahiawa Veterans Day Parade! Geoffrey Horvath 2019-11-11 10:00:00Z 0

2019 Dictionary Labeling Party

On Friday evening, October 4th, members and one Hubby, Mike Butts (12), from the RC of Wahiawa-Waialua, held their annual Dictionary Project labeling party.  The party was held at Kate Butt’s house that had a humongous garage to do the labeling in.  The labeling party consisted of attaching two labels, one the 4-Way Test, the other with, “This dictionary is donated by the Rotary Club of Wahiawa-Waialua”, to the inside covers of 912 dictionaries, which will be handed out to all the 3rd graders in the Wahiawa-Waialua-North Shore area and, as far as Sunset Beach.
 
We were joined by visiting Rotarian, Charles CharlieKocher of the RC of Brookings Harbor, Southern Oregon, and his lovely Wife,
 
We started off the event with a delicious potluck dinner that all contributed to. We ate so much of the great food, we had to really force ourselves to work! When we finished our dinner, we headed to the garage to start labeling the dictionaries.  We labeled 912 dictionaries in just 40 minutes while listening to vintage Hawaiian music. This is a Club record!
 
 
History:  This project started from a shared dream between two Rotarians. In 2001 it became a Matching Grant project between India D3150 and five clubs in Southern Colorado lead by the Lamar Rotary club. These five Rotary clubs distributed 1800 books the first year. Since our start, over 128 service clubs, including Rotary, Lion's, Kiwanis and Sertoma clubs in Sixteen states and American Samoa participated and distributed 450,000 hard-cover dictionaries worth over $9,000,000!
 
This is one of our clubs’ special programs because we provide third grad students with their very own dictionary. A dictionary they can use throughout their elementary school years.  We visit each school, tell the students what Rotary and our Club is about, personally hand the dictionaries out to the students, with assistance from their teachers. After the dictionaries are handed out, we play some fun games with the dictionaries, and challenge the students to look up words such as integrity, honesty, etc.  When the fun is over, we explain what the 4-Way test is, that it is what Rotarians live by, then we have them recite it. It's a wonderfully rewarding experience...if you'd like to join us, drop us a line!
 
2019 Dictionary Labeling Party Geoffrey J Horvath 2019-10-04 10:00:00Z 0

Rotarians in the Community

On Saturday, August 24th, District 5000 Rotarians came together yet again to donate time and resources to Kahauiki Village, an affordable plantation-style community for homeless families located at the end of the freeway near Sand Island.   A call went out to Rotarians from Past District Governor Nalani Finn and Rotarian Allen Kamemoto for help purchasing "outfitting kits" -- everyday toiletries, such as toilet paper, diswashing liquid, cleaning supplies, etc. -- for 30 new households at Kahauiki.  The RC of Mililani Sunrise and Wahiawa-Waialua donated two kits.  This short video, put togther by Past President Josh Laguana of the RC of Hickam-Pearl Harbor, shows the Rotarians making deliveries, including Lilette Subedi from the Rotary Club of Wahiawa-Waialua, and all, as always, having fun.
 
Rotarians in the Community Lynn Goya 2019-09-07 10:00:00Z 0

Congratulations to our 2019 Scholarship Recipients

Four deserving students pursuing higher education received scholarships in our 2019 Rotary Club of Wahiawa-Waialua (RCWW) Scholarship Program.  Started in 1977, the RCWW Scholarship Program has awarded over $ 399,000 to outstanding students in Central Oahu and the North Shore.  This Scholarship Program is the largest fundraising effort of the RCWW.
 
Call for applications for the 2020 program begins in November, with notifications going out to all school counselors on Oahu. Applications and information about our scholarship program may be found at https://www.hawaiirotaryyouthfoundation.org. For further information, contact Geoff Horvath at gjhorvath1@hawaiiantel.net.
 
If you would like to make a donation to our scholarship fund, simply make your check payable to RCWW and mail to:  Rotary Club of Wahiawa-Waialua, P.O. Box 86061, Wahiawa, HI  96786       
 
 
Congratulations to our 2019 Scholarship Recipients Lynn Goya 2019-08-24 10:00:00Z 0

September 13, 2018 Signing Ceremony

We are pleased to announce a new sister club!  The Takasaki Symphony Rotary Club will be joining us for a signing ceremony on Thursday, September 13 at Dot's in Wahiawa.  Eleven members of their Club will be traveling to Oahu to visit our beautiful state and have lunch with us.  They would also like to visit other Clubs during their brief stay. Please let us know if you have anything special going on with your Club.
September 13, 2018 Signing Ceremony 2018-08-13 10:00:00Z 0

2018 Board Inductions

Thursday, July 5, 2018
Join us in welcoming the new 2018 Presidents and Board Members of the Rotary Clubs of Wahiawa-Waialua, Mililani Sunrise and Pearlridge Club.
2018 Board Inductions Kate 2018-07-05 10:00:00Z 0

Saving lives in Ghana

What is it like taking a large team to Africa?  It has probably been one of the most rewarding experiences in my life. In mid February, I began leading Rotary members from all over the East Coast of the United States through Ghana. I’ve tried to give the team a warm Ghanaian welcome like I’ve received on my earlier trips. A large trip is a real blessing because each person sees Ghana and our work in a different way.

A highlight for the team was greeting the chief of Sagadugu. The team got excited about buying goats and food for children in the villages where I support eight churches. It was good to see the pastors of most of the eight churches, and I had to explain that we were just passing through on our way to Bolgatanga.
Saving lives in Ghana 2015-05-01 00:00:00Z 0
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