Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise

 

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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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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise.  We meet every Tuesday morning from 7-8 AM at the Pioneer Inn for breakfast. Our members are a diverse section of the Lahaina community and we are dedicated to public service and having FUN together.

 
The Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise is actively involved in programs for Keiki, improving our local scenery, supporting a great local Fourth of July celebration and sponsoring the Halloween Keiki Parade.  This is well a established and strong club with focused and dedicated members.

Come join us for a great Sunrise breakfast meeting or any of our regular social events posted on this website.

Aloha,
Capt. Ronald "Skeeter" Stebbens
President-RCLS
​2014-2015

 
 
 
 


 

 

 

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

 

 

 
 
 

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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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise.  We meet every Tuesday morning from 7-8 AM at the Pioneer Inn for breakfast. Our members are a diverse section of the Lahaina community and we are dedicated to public service and having FUN together.

The Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise is actively involved in programs for Keiki, improving our local scenery, supporting a great local Fourth of July celebration and sponsoring the Halloween Keiki parade.  This is well a established and strong club with focused and dedicated members.

Come join us for a great Sunrise breakfast meeting or any of our regular social events posted on this website.

Aloha,
Anne E. Biedel, MD
President-RCLR

 
 
 

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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Speakers

Sep 02, 2014
Joann Laird Youth Services Chair 2014-15
Interact Clubs & Student Activitiy Coordinators moving Forward in 20014 & 2015
Sep 09, 2014
Wendy Hornack, President Up Country Maui Club
Membership growth. Using Ignite & other networking tools to grow our chapter
Sep 16, 2014
Theo Morrison, ED- Lahaina Restoration Foundation
Updates for the various projects going on around Lahaina Town & Lahaina Harbor
Nov 11, 2014
Perry Springman, songwriter/musician
Children of Extreme Poverty and the work of World Vision's Child Sponsorship Program.
 
 
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