To All Rotary Board Members: Date: Wed., Nov. 7, 2012 Time: 4:30 p.m. Place: Roy’s Conf. Rm. 204, Ottoville Center One This is an opportunity to meet our DG Ron Seeto and to have him share his energy about all things Rotary. There is no formal agenda, but he may ask for Club projects and committee reports (be brief). He also has a presentation for us on Rotary District and Rotary International. Please make a 110% effort to be at this meeting. We will all have dinner with DG Ron and his wife Sharon. Please bring your wife, husband, partner or bandit. It should be a fun evening and DG Ron will provide us with anecdotes of his travels around all clubs in the District. Dinner will be at 7 p.m. at Sadie’s Inn. There will be a special price for the Tomahawk steak! Again, let’s make a great impression and party with the DG and his lovely wife Sharon. If you have any questions, please call me. Regards/Roy Sec.
To All: Wed., Nov. 7, 2012 DG Ron Seeto and his wife Sharon will arrive at 10:05 a.m. on Wed., Nov. 7 and for all members that are available, please be at the airport to greet our special guests. We will take them to check in at Sadie’s by the Sea and then have an early lunch and a reminder to our Board members, there will be a board meeting on Wed. afternoon at 4:30 p.m. with DG Ron Seeto at Roy’s Conf. Rm. 204, next to his office at Ottoville Center One. A separate notice has or will be sent out to all board members. We and any other members available will give a tour of our projects around the island. Thurs., Nov. 8, 2012 Our Rotary Club Dinner with DG Ron Seeto and his lovely wife Sharon will be on Thurs., Nov. 8, 2012, at 6 p.m. for cocktails and dinner at 7 p.m. at Sadie’s by the Sea Banquet & Conference Room (Goat Island Club) DG Ron Seeto will have a digital presentation on Rotary District and Rotary International. We have invited our Rotary Gold Members from our business community to join us for dinner (no host dinner, but be a good host and shout a few drinks). If you have any questions, please call Jackie, me or Dennis. Regards/Roy Sec. Rotary Club of Pago Pago
Rotary Induction Service and Fellowship Dinner at Toa’s Restaurant & Bar, Fri., Oct. 5, at 5 and dinner at 6
We will formally introduce and induct our new member Margie Tafiti, who is a long standing supporter of Rotary. The Induction and Fellowship will be at Toa’s Restaurant & Bar on Fri., Oct. 5, with cocktails at 5 p.m. and dinner will be served at 6 p.m. We ask all members and their partners and guests to attend this special evening fellowship. We hope to have a dinner fellowship once a month at different venues to bring new energy into the club. Remember that some venues will be good and some no so good, but we will always have the great meals and fellowship at Sadies Inn and Sadies by the Sea. See you all there, all dressed up and ready to party.
It was a beautiful day at Lyon’s Park with Rotarians setting up tables, chairs and preparing food for our guests. Many family members that lost their loved one to the tragic tsunami and earthquake on Sept. 29, 2009, with members of the public and our members to participate in the memorial service. President Jackie Young presided over the service and introduced Pastor Sepi who delivered a moving sermon on the need to value the lives of those who have passed, but also to value and appreciate the lives around us. His prayer of remembrance touched the hearts of all of us that was there. Many testimonials were given in recognition of this special day. A keynote speaker for the families was Rep. Steve Leasiolagi who spoke eloquently of his mother that was a victim of the tsunami and recognized the special day of remembrance with the beautify setting with the Pala Lagoon and the mountains. He said that it was a sorrowful day and it was personally hard on him when he thinks of the loss of his mother. His emotional presentation moved many of those present. The food that was donated by company that are friends of Rotary was prepared and served to all. There was also uncooked food, breads, snacks and soft drinks, that were donated the same day to the Catholic Hope House that cares for the elderly and for those who are severely disabled, including many children. Thank you again for all the members that put in their time and their individual effort to make this day a success. Many of the guests thanked Rotary and Hawaiian Air for hosting the memorial services.