COVID-19 UPDATE: The Rotary Club of East Honolulu will suspend in person meetings for the remainder of March.  Please check back with us as we continue to update the status of our weekly meetings. 

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On Saturday, November 9th, RCEH kicked off the holiday season with our annual Christmas Shoebox Project Part I: Shoebox Wrapping.
Members, family and friends gathered at our club house, the home of member Janice Kim, and wrapped about 170 empty shoeboxes, remaining boxes were wrapped on Saturday, November 16.  While we worked, John Strandberg was busy in the kitchen roasting us a turkey.  And like any potluck in Hawaii, we had more than an abundance of food....and fun!  
Stay tuned for Part II: Shoebox Stuffing, where we stuff each shoebox with gifts for the nearly 300 students at Palolo Elementary.
Our second annual "National Clean Up Day" swept through the streets of East Honolulu.  Rotarians and non-Rotarians alike, got together to pick up litter off the streets of Kaimuki.  Special thanks to John Strandberg and Chauntel Nakata for chairing this project.  Congrats Chauntel on chairing your first community service project!
Thanks to the many generous donations from our members, we presented Palolo Elementary School with boxes and bags of school supplies and sanitizing items. The teachers and students were overjoyed with the support!
It was a beautiful day at Waimanalo Beach Park until we looked more closely at the sand and saw countless tiny pieces of plastic. Using screens and a special Buoyancy Separation Device from our partner for this project, Seed.World, we sifted and sifted until we separated out a plethora of plastic in every shape, size and color you could imagine.

We saw firsthand the impact micro-plastic pollution has on our island and why we need to take action. Helping with this cleanup project educated us on how much harm plastics are causing all of our beaches and oceans, and we now hope to raise awareness about this problem in other concerned individuals.
With the Palolo Elementary School keiki coming back to campus this month, we worked hard to beautify their playground and basketball area. We spent the day weed whacking, weed pulling, tree cutting, sweeping and more, so now they have much more room to play and run around!
Welcome to the Rotary Club of East Honolulu
East Honolulu

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We meet In Person
Mondays at 12:00 PM
Jade Dynasty Restaurant
Ala Moana Center
1450 Ala Moana Blvd. #4220
Honolulu, HI 96814
United States of America
Past Speakers
Valerie Kubota - Outreach Marketing Specialist
Mar 15, 2021 12:00 PM
U.S. Small Business Administration
Kina Knisley
Mar 08, 2021 12:00 PM
Team K2 - Community Outreach Program
Phil Acosta & Ami Sueyoshi with Aloha Harvest
Sep 21, 2020 12:00 PM
Feeding the Community During the Covid Crisis
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Immediate Past President
Community Service
The Rotary Foundation
Youth Services
Club Service Director
International Service
Director at Large
Rotary Foundation
Public Relations
Club Trainer