Melodie Ulman
Jul 11, 2018
Caring K9 Therapy Dogs
Dr. Nancy Long
Jul 18, 2018
Mark Barry
Jul 25, 2018
End of Life Planning
Lena Staton
Aug 01, 2018
Maui Rescue Mission
Teena Rasmussen
Aug 08, 2018
Economic Development
Sarah Sorenson
Aug 22, 2018
Wishing Well for Maui Students

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President Elect
Club Service
International Service
Rotary Foundation Chair
District Grants
Youth Service
Vocational Service
Immediate Past President
Membership Chair
Community Service
Sister Club
Our sister club is the Rotary Club of Kashihara, Japan.
Meeting times:
  • Mondays: 12:00 noon Rotary Club of Kahului: The Dunes at Maui Lani
  • Tuesdays: 7:00 am Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise: Pioneer Inn, Lahaina
  • Tuesdays: 5:30 pm on 1st, 2nd & 3rd Tuesdays: Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunset Royal Ocean Terrace Restaurant, Kaanapali—Social 4th Tuesday   
  • Wednesdays: 12:00 noon Rotary Club of Kihei-Wailea: Mulligan's on the Blue, Wailea
  • Wednesdays: 12: 00-noon Rotary Club of Maui: Lumeria, Makawao
  • Thursdays: 7:00 am Rotary Club of Wailuku: Iao United Church of Christ, Wailuku
  • Thursdays: 11:45 am Rotary Club of Lahaina: Royal Lahaina Resort, Lahaina
  • Thursdays: 5:45 pm on 2nd & 4th Thursdays, Rotary Club of Valley Isle Sunset: Fernando's, Queen Ka'ahumanu Center
  • Thursdays: 5:30 pm Rotary Club of Lanai: Lanai City Grille, Lana'i
  • Fridays: 8:00 am Rotary Club of Upcountry Maui: Casanova Restaurant, Makawao





The Rotary Club of Kihei-Wailea (RCKW) was chartered in 1977. Since then, we have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars that have gone back into our community as well as to help millions of others around the world.

The fellowship enjoyed in the RCKW family creates an atmosphere of fun and "Service Above Self". Such projects as the rescue tubes now seen along the south beaches of Maui, dictionaries for every third grader at Kihei, Kamali'i and Kihei Charter schools every year, projects at the Kihei Youth Center, High School scholarships, support for Maui Food Bank, water wells for people in Africa, and so many more.  This year's Rotary International theme, "Rotary, Making A Difference" could easily feature the RCKW on its poster board.

Everyone is welcome to join us at our weekly meeting. We meet Wednesdays from noon to 1:30 pm at Mulligans on the Blue. Come and enjoy lunch, a wonderful speaker and lots of fun. Who knows, our 'ohana might just be a perfect fit for you.

With Aloha,

John Moore
President of the Rotary Club of Kihei-Wailea, 2017-2018


 The Rotary Club of Kihei-Wailea Mission Statement:

"In the spirit of the Rotary Four-Way Test, strive to improve the lives, health, and well-being of citizens (with a special emphasis on children) in our community and that of underprivileged communities around the world. Achieve meaningful results for our service projects in an atmosphere of fun, fellowship, and aloha."






Rescue Tubes Save Lives!

Club Meeting Information



Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Mulligan's on the Blue
100 Kaukahi Street
Wailea, Maui, HI  96753
United States
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Rotary website wins Webby Award

Rotary.org wins Webby People's Voice

Former First Lady Laura Bush to speak at Rotary convention

Former First Lady Laura Bush to speak at Rotary conventionFormer First Lady of the United States Laura Bush, an advocate for literacy, education, and women’s rights, will speak at the 2018 Rotary Convention in Toronto this

Rotaract clubs honored for excellent service 2018

Top Rotaract honor goes to club that empowers women who have HIVRotaract clubs around the world earn awards for excellent

Final Exam

After a grueling year of preparation, two Rotarians and a Rotaractor face one last challenge before they can join the elite ShelterBox Response





Rotary International partners with Global FoodBanking Network and Youth Services America

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New Rotarian Action Group helps countries grow food that suits their nutritional needs

Correcting the "Green Revolution" mistake of promoting American-European farming in developing countries, this Rotary project changes the focus to indigenous crops that can allow the population to eat more nutritiously according to their specific needs and are already adapted to local pests, diseases, and climatic conditions.