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Rotary Club of Kihei-Wailea
Luncheon Meeting at Mulligan's on the Blue
January 9, 2013
President Joe Mitchell
began our meeting at 12:10, and asked Paige Fontaine to lead us in
the pledge to the flag. He thanked Stuart Karlan and Kim Dobson for compiling a picture collage of the club's activities.
Blackburn-Rodriguez says he is most inspired when he can attend
Rotary meetings. The synergy that happens when meeting fellow
Rotarians, working on community projects, as well as world-wide
projects is great. But the best is just attending meetings.
Guests: Gloria Lukens
introduced many guests and returning Koholo Mai members such as Bill
Andrews, Michelle Scott, and Margaret Christensen. Several part time
members such as Marc Tolliver, & Bob Dunning were good to see.
Fran Meshulam, our honorary member attended. New guests included
Wayne Grenier of NH, Suzi Blackman, CA, and Dick Smith Scott.
NEW MEMBER INDUCTION
Mitchell inducted new member Linda Herberger, sponsored by Carol
Perry. All welcomed Linda with a handshake and hug.
Mixed Green Salad, Turkey Ala King Soup, Assorted Cold Cut Platter, Cheese Plate with Fruit, Cherry Cobler & Cheesecake
1. Peace forum, Jan 25-27th in
Honolulu. Please sign up on line, and volunteer to help on one of
2. Kahului club has a service project on the 26th
that we could help with if not going to Honolulu.
3. Please go on
line to take a Rotary survey that will help our incoming president
for next year. The survey needs to be completed by the end of
4. Joe Mitchell announced he will be gone for the next 6 weeks continuing his annual trip back to the DC area to be again involved in the National Prayer Breakfast.
4. Coffee project: Stuart Karlan reported he sold 3/4 of the supply of coffee at the 4th Friday event in Kihei in the Azeka Plaza. He was able to sell the remainder at this meeting. Coffee is going for $25/#, or $15/ 1/2#. We will continue to sell coffee at the 4th Friday event.
Shapiro, who had sold tickets at the front desk, presided over the
draw. Michelle Scott did not draw the light colored marble, so won
$10 instead of the pot which is now at $141. An extra gift, donated
by Barry Hyman, went to Bill Andrew.
Paige Fontaine is sad not to be attending as
many meetings, due to work.
Tom Rodriguez is happy the Breakfast Club has
been cancelled for 6 months.
Carol Perry is happy to have Linda as a new
member, and thanked Gloria for sponsoring Carol, as well as Michelle Scott for introducing her to Rotary.
Marc Tolliver glad to have Linda as new
Several guests are happy to just be on Maui
Bob Dunning is glad to be back on Maui
Don Gross is glad his friend Wayne from NH is
Susan Bradford wishes all who would like to
join her attending the Hawaii Land Trust luau on Jan 26th at the Old
Lahaina Luau grounds.
Steve Moksnes thanked Stuart Karlan for
single-handedly following through with the coffee project.
Larry Shapiro thanked Stuart for his efforts
in the coffee project, and glad to see Marc Tolliver here.
Bill Andrew happy to be back.
Barry Hyman reported a busy 2 weeks in NYC
attending WICKED, seeing the Rockettes, ice skating at Rockefeller
Plaza and partying with wife's 70 Philippino relatives in one house.
Stuart Karlan welcomed Linda, and happy the
4th Friday in Kihei experience was good.
Paige Fontaine read a short letter from Phillip
Fontaine updating his experience as student in Japan.
Linda Herberger led us in the Four Way test.
Please call or send newsletter corrections and suggestions to Stuart Karlan: 891-8457, firstname.lastname@example.org.