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E komo mai! Please join us!

"SERVICE ABOVE SELF"

We meet Wednesdays at 7:15 AM
Leilehua Golf Course Clubhouse
199 Leilehua Golf Course Road
Wahiawa, HI  96786
United States

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(747) 777-2181
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MILILANI & GLOBAL EVENTS...YOUR PARTNER IN THE COMMUNITY
Aloha Rotarians and Friends,
 
Our Guest Speaker today was BART FUJIMOTO from LPL to deliver information on how we can grow or wealth in the 502(c)3 Foundation Fund to be used for Scholarships and other projects. With a $50,000 figure and distribution of $5,000 per year he recommends a fund with 70 % Equity and 30% Permanent. If we raise $10,000 per year, we should take out only 4 - 5 %. He mentioned other options by percentage Fee for this service would be app. 1.65% or $825 per year based on $50,000 Diversified portfolio is best and he recommends American Standard Funds. Annual Yield has been 4.24 - 7.2 % Net growth after fees would be app 6 - 8 % He believes in service to his customers first, Special knowledge of the product and climate and experience.
Aloha Rotarians & Friends,
 
Today was a special day at our meeting as President Wendell Inducted the Officers of our Mililani HS Interact Club. After the inductions each shared a little bit about themselves. Wendell spoke about "What is Rotary?", Vanessa Humphreys, their advisor, shared her plans for the upcoming school year, and James gave a summary of scholarship programs and what they can do during the school year (since several are seniors) to prepare. Several Rotarians also shared their thoughts and ideas about the program and Dexter spoke of Global Scholars. It was very motivating for all of us. They also received this year's Rotary pin.
 
Linda Conboy received the "Quiet Rotation " or SPIRIT Award for this past year from Past President June.
 
UPCOMING EVENTS: July 29 - Sunday - Paint & Stripe parking lot at Mililani Library August 1 hand out School Supplies at KIPAPA school from 4 - 6 pm August Guest Speakers will include 3 Financial Planners to inform us of options for managing our money in our 501 (c) 3. One week will be a visit from our new DG, Winn Shoneman.
 
August is MEMBERSHIP Month. A motion was made, seconded and passed to spend our District Grant Funds (and our matching funds) on $700 for IHS Christmas the the rest to take the teachers of Mililani Elementary schools shopping for supplies that they might need, not covered by the school supply drive.
 
Respectfully, Linda C.
Aloha,
 
Michael and I are back from a splendid vacation to Alaska, visiting our families and taking in the quaint Bavarian village of Leavenworth, WA.
 
Our guest speakers on Wednesday were 3 fine HPD officers who work the Mililani, Wahiawa, North Shore area. The Sergeant reported the following: * we have 5 beats in the Mililani area * during the 2 week period of July 3 - 16 the following occurred in Mililani: stolen vehicles (4), Burglary (13), UMV (18), as well as thefts, graffiti complaints and shoplifting. * GOOD NEWS: 2 arrests were made of the major players. * homelessness is not a crime and the police can only do something fi permission is given from the land owner.
 
SAFETY TIPS: * criminals are lazy and must move quickly SO: * lock car and home doors and do not leave items in full view to be stolen. * to prevent on-line scams, protect devices with password, fire walls and pop-up blockers. Protect your financial information. *Use Credit instead of Debit cards and check statements and accounts often. * look for HTPS or HDPTS on an internet site for authenticity.
 
Q & A Problem raised of traffic jams at Mililani Mauka Elementary school, when parents drop off students on public streets and bus stops for THE BUS. Recommend to work with school and inform parents of proper policy.
 
BUSINESS; * Outgoing President June Kasaoka was presented with a gift from the members. THANK YOU June, for a great year. * Welcome back to BERNARD FAJOTA who is re-joining us in his retirement. He is also the new COMMUNITY SERVICE CHAIR. * Congratulations Dexter Yee, who has stepped up to the plate to be our President for '19 - '20.
 
We had a very successful School supply Drive last weekend with over $1,000 raised in cash and lots and lots of supplies.
* August 1 - Kipapa Elementary, 4 - 6 pm to pass out the school supplies to students and parents. Please join us - it is very heartwarming. !!
* August Guest Speakers will be 3 different financial advisers to present information on our goals for our 501 (C) 3 fund.
* August 8 Our DG Winn, will visit the club.
* Dues for this 6 month is due. June sent Invoices
* June donated $25 for each member, to the foundation, so we are on our way to EREY.....thank yo, June This year's theme BE AN INSPIRATION !!! Iwao has met all his goals, already, for this segment.
 
Linda C.
At the latest meeting of the Mililani Rotary, it was decided to do our due diligence to select a financial advisor for the Foundation for the RCMS. Besides Edward Jones, at least two other investment companies will be asked for a proposal to help grow our monies.
Stay tuned for their presentation date and time.
 
Reminders:
   1) Joint Installation meeting: Thursday, July 5 (no meeting July 4),
              Dots in Wahiawa, lunch, $20 each
              If you did not sign up yet, please email me ASAP
   2)  School Supply Drive
              Sat. July 14-Sun. July 15, 9:00-3:00, MTC Longs
   3)  Mililani Library Parking Lot painting
             Tentative: Sunday, July 29
             8:00-12:00pm
Wendell unveiled the new Rotary theme--"Be An Inspiration"
 
He also reminded us of one of the main objectives of RCMS--Getting and Retaining new members.
Wendell also reminded us of the #1 answer to the questions-Why join Rotary? and Why stay in Rotary? is FRIENDSHIP.
All of us should always be on the lookout for new members to be our FRIEND and join our FAMILY!!!!
 
Reminders:
     1) IHS--Sunday, June 17
     2) JOINT INSTALLATION-Thurs, July 5 at Dot's in Wahiawa, 11:30-1:00, $20
         please email me if you are planning to attend.
     3) SCHOOL SUPPLY DRIVE-Sat, July14-Sun. July15, MTC Longs, 9:00-3:00
 
 
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