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President’s Message
July 1, 2021
 
As we embark on a new Rotary Year one thing is certain – it will be a year of change. Last year we embraced new technology during the pandemic, having our meetings virtually by Zoom. Not everyone participated, but many did. We heard some great presentations and speakers, from far and wide. This year we will transition to a new format, part in-person, part by Zoom, in a new venue. We are living one of the Rotary Principles – Adaptability, that has allowed this organization to survive and thrive for over 100 years. 
This spirit, I believe, will allow us to grow in a number of ways. Hopefully in membership, but also in the spirit of service that is our core. Our group is dedicated to the health and well-being of our community – locally, island and state-wide, and globally. 
I’d like to thank our past President, Dennis Bagshaw, for helping keep us together last year. 

I am honored to be your President for this year, and look forward to a vibrant future as we tackle the challenges to come. “Let’s Grow”
 
Al Weiland
President@RCKW.org
 
 
 
 

 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."

 

 

 

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Club wins awards at 2022 District Conferenence

President Al Weiland with multiple awards

 

Grant Chair Mark Harbison with Grantmaker of the Year award

 

Jay blows the conch

at sunset during our March 30 Pau Hana

 

 

Club wins
2020-21 International Service Award

2020-21 President Dennis Bagshaw with our award.

 

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NEW ROTARY FOUNDATION GRANT
BY MEMBER MARK BARRY, MD:
A VOCATIONAL TRAINING TEAM PROJECT
FOR  FUTURE SURGEON LEADERS IN TANZANIA
We train 3 Orthopedic surgeons in the Pediatric sub-specialty who will start their own training site
 
 
Initiated by Pediatric Orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Mark Barry from Rotary Club of Kihei-Wailea (RCKW) on Maui. RCKW has partnered with RC Honolulu Sunrise, District 5000 and the Rotary Foundation to support this unique surgeon training initiative at Muhimbili Orthopaedic Institute (MOI) in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. The host is Rotary Club of Oyster Bay in Dar Es Salaam. A Vocational Training Team (VTT) Grant was secured to sequentially bring five Pediatric Orthopedic surgeons from the United States for 3-4 weeks at a time to train 3 top local MOI surgeons in the sub-specialty of Children’s Orthopedics. This is the 5 month final stretch of a 2 year formal fellowship training program at MOI. Upon completion, these will be the only formally trained Pediatric Orthopedic surgeons in Tanzania, a country of 55 million, where half the population is below 18 years of age. The fellows plan to establish the first permanent “Center of Training Excellence” in Pediatric Orthopedics in east, central and southern Africa.
 
Project location: Tanzania, United Republic of
Project dates:
Start: 23 July 2018
End: 09 November 2018
Created: 31 October 2018
Project category: Vocational, Disease prevention and treatment
Funding: Rotary Grant
Project contacts: Dr. Mark A. Barry, Kihei-Wailea, Maui| (contact)
PartnersKihei-Wailea, Maui, HI, USA (Rotary Club)
 
 
 
 
 

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THIS WEEK'S MEETING
Next Meeting:
Hybrid 
In Person & Zoom 
Wednesday, July 6, 2022
Maui Location:
Kihei Lutheran Church
220 Moi Pl # 1, Kihei, HI 96753
 
Zoom Location:
Meeting ID: 836 0909 9475
Passcode: 219990
 
Meeting Info
Our noon Wednesday meetings are currently being held online as Zoom video conferences. 
Meeting ID: 829 1334 8817
Passcode: 081120
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