RI President Holger Knaack’s theme for 2020-21 is Rotary Opens Opportunities. Rotarians create opportunities that strengthen their leadership, help put service ideas into action, and improve the lives of those in need. The world needs Rotary now more than ever. It is up to us to make sure that Rotary Opens Opportunities for generations to come.
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In November, Rotarians around the world celebrate the great work of The Rotary Foundation. Foundation Month is a great time to highlight projects that your club is doing with The Rotary Foundation, or, to educate members on how the Foundation works.

Celebrate and showcase the different ways Rotarians are doing good in the world this November. As always, thank you for all that you do for Rotary and for your support of our Foundation.
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Eco Tip of the Month
TREES, PART OF THE ANSWER
   Every living thing on Earth is made up of four basic elements - carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen. Those four elements make up about 96% of your body, and most of a tree's roots, trunk, branches, and leaves. While we humans get most of our carbon through eating, trees breathe it in the way that we breathe in oxygen. When a tree breathes, it inhales carbon dioxide and exhales oxygen - the exact opposite of humans. As a tree matures, it can consume 48 pounds of carbon dioxide per year (among other greenhouse gases like ozone), and releases enough oxygen for you to breathe for two years!
   Removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and releasing oxygen in its stead also helps limit global warming, providing for a cleaner, healthier climate. So, by planting trees, you can help clean the air and fight climate change!   
Plant a Tree Today!
   If you're looking to reduce your carbon footprint and give back to the planet, trees are one of the most effective and personally beneficial ways to do it. Let’s build a nicer home and a better environment. 
   Join the Eco Rotary Club of Kaka’ako Eco and Hawaii Legacy Forest in our reforestation efforts. We plant native/endemic Hawaii trees. To plant a tree with us and support our goal, go to the following link https://legacyforest.org/rotary
Article facilitated by Pili Valderrama, President 2020-2021 Eco Rotary Club of Kaka’ako.
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Anson O. Rego AAL, ALC
85-833 Farrington Hwy.
Waianae, HI 96792
(808) 696-7061
Anson Rego
Attorney
Waianae Coast Rotary Club
 
 
Eileen M.S. Nims Esq. LLC
94-117 Hokualii Ct. #112
(808) 664-1834
Eileen M.S. Nims
Wills, Trusts and Probate Attorney
E-Club of Hawaii
 
 
 
Gary G. Grimmer & Associates
201 Merchant St. Ste 1940,
Honolulu, Hi 96813
(808) 457-1330
Gary G. Grimmer
Owner
 
 
Justina J. P. K. Murphy
225 Queen St. Apt. 22F
Honolulu, HI 96815
(808) 779-6885
Justina "Tina" Murphy
Mobile Notary Public
Rotary e-Club of Hawaii
 
 
 
King and King Attorneys-At-Law
735 Bishop St. #304
(808) 521-6937
Adrienne King
Partner
Waikiki
 
 
 
Obenauf Law Group
1930 E. Vineyard Street
Wailuku, HI 96793
(808) 244-3905
Meg Obenauf
Rotary Club of Kahului
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Meeting ID: 886 3751 5841. Password: FUNCLUB
 
Wednesday's: Kihei-Wailea Zooms, Wednesday's at Noon:  email Dennis Bagshaw for codes at President@RCKW.org  
 
Thursday's: E-Club of Hawaii Happ-E Hour at 6pm: https://zoom.us/j/98099253328. Meeting ID 980 9925 3328
 
Upcountry Maui, Fridays at 8am: Meeting ID: 775 6728 9666, Password: 032672. Phone#408-638-0968

District Environment Focus Group, Third Wednesday each month at 5pm. 

D5000 Rotary webinar recordings are available for your viewinglive or recorded.  You can also find ton of webinars in the Learning Center at rotary.org:  https://learn.rotary.org/members/learn/catalog
 
Upcoming Webinars: (Click on the event in the Calendar list for the Zoom.us ID# and passwords)
Date and TimeWebinar TopicRecommended Audience:
12/1, Tues, 5:30pmHilo 100th Anniversary CelebrationAll Rotarians
12/1, Tue 7pmRotary MarketplaceAll Rotarians
12/3, Thu, 6pmRotaract Open HouseRotaractors and Non-Rotaractors
12/5, Sat 9:30amRI President-Nominee, Jennifer JonesAll Rotarians
12/7, Mon 11:30Remembering Pearl Harbor, honoring VetsAll Rotarians
12/7, Mon 7pmPresident, PE, Club TrainerHoliday theme
12/9, Wed 5:30pmDEI Task ForceTask Force
12/14. Mon 7pmPresident-Elect TrainingPE s
12/16, Wed, 5pmEnvironment D5000 Focus groupRotarians interested in the Environment
12/22,  Tues, 7:15amHolidays with RI President Holger KnaackAll Rotarians
2021  
1/2, Sat 9amWelcome to RotaryNon and new Rotarians
1/9, Sat, 9-11amAG TrainingAG s
1/18, Mon 7pmClub TrainersClub Trainers
1/23, Sat 9-11amMid-year Presidents ForumPresidents, AG s
1/30, SatPresident Elect TrainingPresident-Elects
2/1, Mon 7pmPresidentsPresidents
2/13, Sat, 9-11amBoard TrainingClub Board Members
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