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Oahu:  April 15, 11am-1:30pm at Ruby Tuesday Moanalua and feature Kumu Malina Kaulukukui and the groundbreaking, award-winning work that she has done with women.  Contact Nalani Flinn ( for information. 
Maui: Meet the Leading Ladies, Saturday, May 6, 2023, 2-4pm, UH Maui, Noi`i Building, 2nd floor. Complimentary to high school girls; $25 for adult females. First come first serve for first 40 RSVPs for high school girls. All attending, please bring 10 of any of these items for “Goodie Bag” stuffing at end of event for girls at Ka Hale A Ke Ola Resource Centers: Items to consider: Individually wrapped feminine pads and/or tampons, individually wrapped wipes, individually wrapped panty liners, small packs of Kleenex, travel size bottles of shampoo, travel size deodorant, toothbrush, travel size toothpaste – 10 OF ANY OF THESE.
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Oahu, April 16, 11:30am-12:30pm. Recyclable Drive and Book Drive at Mililani Mauka Elementary School. The Youth Leadership Celebration participants will be collecting recyclables to raise funds for the Sustainable Coastlines
Oahu, April 16, 2-4pm at Waipahu High School.  RC of West Pearl Harbor and Phi Theta Kappa presents Waipahu's Got Talent, a fundraiser for scholarships.  What to expect: singing, dancing, audience activities, lots of fun and talent!  $15 Tickets at Waipahu High School, call 808 307-9575.  
There is an urgent need for water for the Marshallese community living in Ocean View on the Big Island.  This community was forced out of their island, Enewetak Atoll, due to the series of nuclear testing that were done on that island.  Enewetak is also where the US military buried the nuclear waste (photo attached) from the bomb testing.  This island is contaminated!  This community chose Ocean View because it is affordable, it offers the same food we are used to (fish, taro, coconut, breadfruit), and it allows community members to continue the lifestyle they are used to living back home (multi-generational families living under one roof).  Unfortunately, there is no water and the only way to get water is to haul it up from the county water line.  Some families can only afford a 5-gallon or a 300-gallon container of water per day, some have no car so they rely on neighbors that own vehicles to help haul water for them.  The immediate need is to purchase a flatbed truck that can haul larger amounts of water.  A used truck is worth $50-$60,000.  The Rotary Clubs of Hawaii Island have made a commitment to help this community and have raised $30,000 so far.  This project is being spearheaded by Rotary Club of South Hilo.  As a Marshallese, I cannot sit by and watch my family members go through this.  I ask for your help in raising money for this cause.  My goal is to raise $10,000 and I plan to challenge 100 Rotarians and non-Rotarians to each give up to $100.  I thank those of you who have made a commitment so far.  
If you would like to participate in this cause, please let me know how much you would like to give and send in your check payable to: Rotary Club of South Hilo Foundation,P.O. Box 6173,Hilo, HI  96720
Submitted by President Della Nakamoto, RC of Kahului
ShelterBox teams are on the ground in Gaziantep- a large city in southern Turkey where ShelterBox has pre-existing humanitarian partners and suppliers. We are working around the clock to mobilize aid that has been pre-positioned in strategic hubs around the world into the affected regions of both Syria and Turkey. To Donate, go to :