High School senior receives a scholarship from   Rotary Club of Kihei Wailea committee members Carol Perry, Don Gross (now RCKW President), and Gloria Lukens.




I'm honored to be the president of the Rotary Club of Kihei-Wailea this year and I welcome you to our website and our club. 

Rotarians are a unique group of individuals who love the idea of giving back to their community and to the world through humanitarian service projects. They are leaders in their vocation or they are community leaders through their volunteerism.

If you are not already a Rotarian, we invite you to explore the opportunity to become a member of our club so you too can take part in humanitarian projects that make a difference and change people's lives. If you are a professional or community leader with high regard for ethics in your business and personal life, you would fit right in and we would value you as an invited member of our club.

Please feel free to visit us as we meet at Mulligan's on the Blue, in Wailea on most Wednesdaysfrom noon to 1:30pm. Lunch, fellowship, and registration begins at noon, and the meeting begins at 12:30. Check the calendar and other pages on this web site for updates on any changes to the Wednesday meeting schedule and to discover the many other wonderful service projects RCKW will be pursuing this year.


Don Gross

Rotary Club of Kihei-Wailea

President 2011-2012