“E Komo Mai” – Rotary Club of Kahala Sunrise
 
Kama’aina and Malihini often hear the phrase “E Komo Mai.”  Translated to mean “welcome” or “come on in” goes beyond the physical movement of walking into a business or home.  In Hawai’i, we say “E Komo Mai” to let the person know that he/she is welcomed in physical and spiritual presence and is said with “aloha.”
 
The Rotary Club of Kahala Sunrise welcomes all to our club.  Experience what service to the community is all about, meet others, gain wonderful friendship, learn about local, national and international needs and have a fun time.  “E Komo Mai,” to any of the Rotary Club of Kahala Sunrise’s community service projects, social events, and weekly meetings.  For more information, contact Calvin Hara at email c.hara@mckaimuki.com, phone 426-7852 or Debi Halcro at email debi@serviceprintershawaii.com or phone  347-8567 .