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Lahaina Sunrise

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 7:00 AM
Historic Pioneer Inn
658 Wharf Street
Lahaina, HI  96761-1266
United States
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The Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise

4th Annual Oktoberfest

Wednesday October 7th, 2015,  6-9PM

At the Historic Pioneer Inn, Front Street, Lahaina Maui

Aloha Friends!

The Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise is delighted to announce The 4th Annual Oktoberfest Extravaganza to be held at the Historic Pioneer Inn at Lahaina, Maui. Wednesday October 7th, from 6-9 PM, with an authentic German buffet, authentic German libations, an Oompah band and silent auction!

All donations from this event go to the Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise’s Vocational Scholarship Program. This program was designed to fill the void in the much needed vocational scholarships not typically offered to our Westside graduates. Monies raised from this fundraiser go for the training such as mechanical skills, plumbing, electricians, hairstylist, small engine repair, welding, and much more. These skills are needed in every community and your donation last year helped Westside students fulfill their dreams.

Rotary is a leadership organization. We are made up of local business, professional and civic leaders. We meet weekly, discuss local concerns, form friendships and through that, we’re able to contribute to getting things done in our Westside Community. Rotary encourages high ethical standards in all vocations and our moto is “Service Above Self”.

Here are some of the additional projects that The Rotary Club of Lahaina sponsors and contributes to:

▪  The Lahaina Tutoring Program              ▪  The Keiki Halloween Parade                   ▪  July 4th Front Street Celebration

▪  Various Scholarships                             ▪  Lahaina Town Beatification Projects       ▪  The Maui Food Bank

▪  Annual School Supply Drive                  ▪  Christmas For The Needy                      ▪  Beach Clean-Up

 

Your contribution to our Silent Auction will determine the success of our efforts and your name will be displayed on all promo material. Attached you will find the contribution form. Please fax this form to committee member, Brandie Henderson at (888)-243-2903 or call me for pick up at (808) 870-3653, Tera@Paleka.com.

 

Sincerely Yours,

Tera L.H. PalekaCMPS

President Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise

Visit our FaceBook Page:

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President Tera Lyn Ha'aheoohonua Paleka
 

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrises' website!  Our Club meets every Tuesday morning from 7:00AM-8:00AM at the Historic Front Street Pioneer Inn for a fabulous breakfast. Our members are a diverse professional and retired section of the Lahaina community. Lahaina Sunrise members are dedicated to public service and having FUN together.

 
The Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise is actively involved with various West Side Community Organizations by donating thousands of dollars for various annual scholarships, vocational scholarships along with assisting with many West Side 'Ohana needs. Such as The Lahainaluna High School & Boarders Program, the Boys & Girls Club of Lahaina, the Lahaina Tutoring Program, sponsorship of the Front Street Halloween Keiki Day Parade, Lahaina School Supply Drives, Dictionary's for every West Side 3rd Grader, Friends of Moku'ula, the Lahaina Restoration Foundation, various Lahaina beautification and restoration programs, sponsorship of the Front Streets Fourth of July Celebration and much much more!  The Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise is well a established and strong club with focus, compassionate and dedicated members.

If we sound like cool people on the web, wait until you come and meet us in person! 
This years Rotary theme is "Be A Gift To The World"! If you would like to learn more on how you may Be A Gift To The World than what better way than to become involved with your West Side Community by giving some of your time, talents & efforts feel free to come join us for a 'Ono Sunrise Breakfast Meeting or any of our regular social events posted regularly on this website!

Me Ke Aloha Pumehana 'Ia 'Oe,

Tera Lyn Ha'aheoohonua Paleka
President-RCLS
​2015-2016
 
 
Contact President Tera L.H. Paleka at: Tera@Paleka.com or Direct (808) 870-3653

 
 
 
 

For one Night only-

The Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise is Proud to Present a 40's themed, Big Band & Dance Party! Come swing, jive &

jump to the Award Winning music of the LA Legacy Jazz Orchestra 18 Piece Band live and direct from Louisiana.

So get all glamed up for an adult night out at the famous Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa Resort! Live & Silent Auctions, best vintage

attire awards, classic cars, dancing & great music!

Where: Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa 

When: June 13th, 2015

Time: 6:00PM to 9:00PM

Cost: $60 a Ticket

Served: 40's & 50's Theme Cocktails & Pupu's

Dress: Vintage is Encouraged!

Money raised from this event goes to help The Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise continue their vast array of community

service projects completed each year right here in Old Lahaina Town. The Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise annually gives

out many scholarships, funds a few of the Lahaina Beautification projects, provide Christmas Trees & ornaments for the

less fortunate, donations for the Lahaina Tutoring Program, funds for the Lahainaluna Foundation & Boarders

Programs and much much more! All an all a fun night for some great causes. Act now because space is limited.

 

 

 
 
 

The Taste of Aloha event’s sole purpose is to bring awareness of the critical needs for the Lahainaluna Boarding Department to not only survive but to once more become a thriving, agriculturally sound, self-sufficient program that not only our children who attend Lahainaluna can be proud of but the community as a whole. Because of the Boarding Departments lack of funding and various other challenges it has faced over the years it is time to have a “Call to Action”. The Taste of Aloha event also hopes to bring together once again the Lahaina Town Community, Lahainaluna Alumni, and Visitors to Hawaii as well as the whole Community of Maui. This event promises to bring ‘ohana from all around the world as Lahainaluna High School has touched many people’s lives worldwide. On March 28th, an event called “Taste of Aloha” will be held at the Lahaina Civic Amphitheatre from 12pm‐10pm. The event will feature various ono food trucks & food booths from some of Maui’s popular establishments, a Keiki Corner with inflatable bouncers, face painter, cotton candy, shave ice, live local
musical entertainment and a comedy act. The proceeds of this event will go to benefit the Boarding Program of Lahainaluna through the Lahainaluna Foundation.

TO PURCHASE TICKETS CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW:

http://www.eventbrite.com/e/taste-of-aloha-tickets-16163483414

 
 
Aloha All,
Here are some of the projects that we have done in Lahaina plus a tour of the wind farm. Please join us Tuesday morning at the Pioneer Inn at 7:00 AM to meet our members and see what we have planned for our next project. Please come a few minutes early so you can meet some of our members. These are the best people in Lahaina that you will ever meet. Please enjoy the videos.
 

Lahaina Bicycle Rack:

 
 
 
 

Lahaina Harboe Sidewalk:

 
 
 
 

Wind Farm Tour:

 
 

 

Whale Watch Fundraiser

Spread the NEWS! There is a special whale watch fundraiser for the Maui Food Bank. At this time of year there is more need than ever. This fundraiser will help those in need this holiday season. The food bank can buy twice as much with the funds than we can at the store. Please join us for a fun filled afternoon on "Queens Treasure" December 20 at 1-3 PM to see the most incredible creatures on the planet. These Humpbacks will jump for joy knowing that we are helping the Maui Food Bank. Please CLICK HERE to purchase your ticket today. There is only room for 49 passengers on the newest catamaran in Lahaina. Please bring some cash for tipping the Captain and Crew. They are volunteering their time and aren't getting paid.  Any questions please call Skeeter at (808) 870-9813.
 
 
 
 

 
 


 

 

 

The Rotary Club of Lahaina  Sunrise

is delighted to announce its'

3rd Annual Oktoberfest Extravaganza

Located at the Historic Pioneer Inn in Lahaina

 

October 2nd 2014, from 6-9 PM

 
 
 
President Tera Lyn Ha'aheoohonua Paleka
 

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrises' website!  Our Club meets every Tuesday morning from 7:00AM-8:00AM at the Historic Front Street Pioneer Inn for a fabulous breakfast. Our members are a diverse professional and retired section of the Lahaina community. Lahaina Sunrise members are dedicated to public service and having FUN together.

 
The Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise is actively involved with various West Side Community Organizations by donating thousands of dollars for various annual scholarships, vocational scholarships along with assisting with many West Side 'Ohana needs. Such as The Lahainaluna High School & Boarders Program, the Boys & Girls Club of Lahaina, the Lahaina Tutoring Program, sponsorship of the Front Street Halloween Keiki Day Parade, Lahaina School Supply Drives, Dictionary's for every West Side 3rd Grader, Friends of Moku'ula, the Lahaina Restoration Foundation, various Lahaina beautification and restoration programs, sponsorship of the Front Streets Fourth of July Celebration and much much more!  The Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise is well a established and strong club with focus, compassionate and dedicated members.

If we sound like cool people on the web, wait until you come and meet us in person! 
This years Rotary theme is "Be A Gift To The World"! If you would like to learn more on how you may Be A Gift To The World than what better way than to become involved with your West Side Community by giving some of your time, talents & efforts feel free to come join us for a 'Ono Sunrise Breakfast Meeting or any of our regular social events posted regularly on this website!

Me Ke Aloha Pumehana 'Ia 'Oe,

Tera Lyn Ha'aheoohonua Paleka
President-RCLS
​2015-2016
 
 
Contact President Tera L.H. Paleka at: Tera@Paleka.com or Direct (808) 870-3653

 
 
 
 


 

 

 

The Rotary Club of Lahaina  Sunrise

is delighted to announce its'

3rd Annual Oktoberfest Extravaganza

Located at the Historic Pioneer Inn in Lahaina

 

 

 
 
 

Congrat's to our very own Lahaina Sunrise members Senator Roz Baker and Carmen Karady! Both Senator Roz & Carmen represented Lahaina Sunrise at the D5000 Foundation dinner along with being recognized as a Paul Harris Fellow achieving their second level this year. 

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The Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise is grateful for the opportunity to spread some of the "Aloha Christmas Spirit" each year by donating Wreaths & Christmas Trees (decorations included) to a few families who may need just a little help during the Holiday Season. Mele Kalikimaka!

The Sunrise Club is also honored to show it's gratitude for the service & protection given by the men and women of the Maui Police Department & the Maui Fire Department by donating wreaths annually to each Station. Mahalo for all that they do protecting our community!

The Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise's Annual Christmas Tree Fundraiser helps support many notable community projects that directly benefit Lahaina Town & the community at large.

· Various Student & Vocational Scholarships

· Free Dictionary's for every 3rd grader in Maui County

· Lahaina Harbor Sidewalk Beautification Project

· The Lahaina Front Street Halloween Keiki Parade

· The Maui Food Bank

· The Lahaina Library Restoration Project

· Relay For Life

· The Lahaina Tutoring Program

· Lahaina Annual School Supplies Drive

· Christmas for the Needy

· The Lahaina 4th of July Celebration

With additional resources from your donations, The Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise can continue to develop programs such as; subsidizing meals at local schools; stipends for high school graduates wishing to attend vocational trade schools or college; various monitory donations to numerous non-profit organizations; and many notable community projects that directly benefit Lahaina Town & the community at large. 


 
 
 
The Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise's Annual Christmas Tree Sale is in full swing!

Located at The Lahaina Cannery parking lot! The holiday season is only a few weeks away!

Call Ann: 281-1807  email: dc144home@hawaii.rr.com

Proceeds from this sale fund Scholarships and numerous Rotary Community Projects.

NO PRICE INCREASE..SAME AS LAST YEAR! Can you believe it!!!

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Community project teaches life skills to keiki in Boys and Girls Club - See more at: http://www.lahainanews.com/page/content.detail/id/509921/Community-project-teaches--life-skills-to-keiki-in-Boys-and-Girls-Club.html?nav=19#sthash.ddvDZ0Ze.dpuf

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