Scholarship Program
Please print and fill out application and mail to: 
Rotary Club of Kapolei
PO Box 700593
Kapolei, HI 96709
If you have any questions please call Arlene at 808 888 8169 or email at
Club Information
Together We Can

Serve to Change Lives

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 7:45 AM
Hybrid meetings
Kapolei, HI
United States of America
We welcome anyone who is interested in Rotary to join us.
John Noah P. Ho’omanawanui receives the Jacob J. Blokker Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded to upper level education students. Ho’omanawanui is completing his PhD in Educational Administration with an emphasis on higher education at University of Hawaii at Manoa. After graduating, Ho’omanawanui plans to return to the classroom to teach the students that inspires him to be a better teacher. Congratulations John! 
Rotary Club of Kapolei announces Campbell High graduate as Anne Pochna Blokker Scholarship Recipient
Recent graduate from James Campbell High School (class of 2021), Matthew Gante receives the Anne Pochna Blokker Scholarship from the Rotary Club of Kapolei. This scholarship is awarded to upper level nursing students. Gante is pursuing his nursing degree, specialized in geriatrics at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington. After graduating, Gante plans to return to Hawaii to serve Hawaii’s elderly population. 

September 8th: Board of Water Supply 25 year Draft Water Master Plan.  We will have a representative from the Board of Water Supply to explain their plan. 

September 15th: No meeting due to WIELD event on Saturday 17th from 8:30a-4:30p. Come out and support our Interact and Earlyact students. 

September 22nd: Pauline Sato of the Malama Learning Center at Kapolei High School brings art, science, conservation and culture together to promote sustainable living throughout Hawaii. 

September 29th: Lorraine Gershun, Director of College Directions - Hawaii will answer your questions about being ready for college and if not, where to start.  

October 6th This week is our Funtober Breakfast Meeting: Doors will open at 7:30 a.m. room will be decorated to fit the mood. Give aways, and raffles to some lucky ones. A scavenger hunt and a from the neck up costume contest will be observed. There will be a table of masks, hats, and accessories if you come unprepared. Prizes for winners. Come one come all. Board meeting to follow. 

Oct 13th: This week our vocational guest speaker will be Gerry Clarin a teacher from Campbell High School. Giving us a look at the life of a school teacher.

Oct 20th: Queen's Medical Center West Oahu: Will be our vocational tour/visit, directions and instructions will be on your table this week. Time will be from 7:30 - 9:30 am. You can leave earlier if you wish. 

Oct 27th: This week guest speaker will be Mike Hulser, the Biz MD, who will speak about the Easter Seals Hawaii program.  Also, this coming Thursday we will be at the Makeke Kapolei! Come visit us and pick up tickets for our upcoming Bingo for Scholarships fundraiser. 

Nov 3rd: Club Assembly - Bingo 4 Scholarships update. Photo Opportunity for Rice Collection for Rotary Gives Thanks Day

Nov 10th: Club Assembly - Briefing regarding Bingo 4 Scholarships, walk through and finalize logistics. 

Nov 17th: Breakfast at Denny's Kunia. Briefing and finalize logistics for Thanksgiving Luncheon for US Vets


Dec 1st: Club Assembly - Debriefing of Bingo 4 Scholarships. 

Dec 3rd: Salvation Army Bell Ringing at Kapolei Longs from 10a- 1p
Dec 8th:  our guest speaker will be Alicia Maluafiti, Founder of Poi Dogs & Popoki who will speak of her involvement in animal rescue.
Dec 15th: Christmas Party from 7:30a-9a 
Dec 22nd: No club meeting due to holidays. 
Dec 29th: No club meeting due to holidays. 
Jan 5th: Club Assembly
Jan 12th: Author Brock Tully will speak about "Creating a culture of Kindness" in our communities.
Jan 19th: Cayenne Pe'a of Alaka'i Development will speak on the "Hawaii Housing Market".
Jan 28th: Jeanne Torres, Executive Director of Guide Dogs of Hawaii.
Feb 2nd: Club Assembly. Updates on HRYF Scholarship committee and Rotarians at Work day on April 29th. 
Feb 9th: District Governor Nominee, Win Schoneman will speak to us about membership and the art of recruiting. 
Feb 16th: Lori Respicio, Interim Clubhouse Director of the Boys and Girls club of Hawaii at Hale Pono in Ewa Beach.
Feb 23rd: Breakfast at Ruby Tuesday's (morning social)
Kicking off the new Rotary year, Club President Natasha Clarin took the time to recognize the past presidents of our club. 
Left to Right: Dick May, Christina Enoka, Dan Fullenwider, Jim Dooman, Arlene Estrella and Natasha Clarin. 
Mahalo Rep Har for speaking to our club about the updates from the last legislative session. 
ImageRotary Club of Kapolei members are part of a global network of volunteers who are making communities stronger and better by reaching out to help their neighbors in need. Our members dedicate their time, talents and energy to making a difference in the lives of others.

Our members view our efforts as way for them to regain a sense of community. Our efforts link them to the wider community and expose them to people and situations outside their every day experiences. Through our efforts, members develop new skills, assume responsibilities and become aware of the needs of others. They also learn how to give and serve unselfishly.Image

Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Service Director
Club Secretary
Foundation Director
International Service
Vocational Service Director
Youth Services Director
Immediate Past President
Membership Director