CNH Governor Pete conducted his Official Visits to Division 22 March 22-March 30. He started on the island of Maui and met with Kahului, Maui, and the Valley Isle Kiwanis Clubs. Then on to Kauai to meet with K-Family there, before flying to Oahu.
On Saturday, Governor and First Lady Jeannette were on board the USS Missouri for the Pearl Harbor Kiwanis’ monthly workday. Gov Pete was on the sanding crew while First Lady Jeannette was on the varnishing crew. Immediately following the service project, the Oahu K-Family held a luncheon for the Governor’s official visit with Alaka’i, Honolulu, Kaneohe and Pearl Harbor Kiwanis Clubs and the LTG-Elects for Komohana and Hikina Key Club. Aladdin was our emcee, Pauline gave the Pledge, Eugene led us in God Bless America, and Susie delivered an invocation.
First Lady Jeannette shared her Breakfast Programs in Title 1 Schools. She stressed the importance of children to have breakfast so that they are present and ready to learn.
Gov Pete reiterated the goals of the District and importance of building good leadership within the clubs for sustainability of the service that we provide.
Trustee John presented Gov Pete with his authored book “I Got a Cat.” He may write a future book entitled “I Got Kiwanis.”
Foundation Ambassador Neil presented the Gov with a teak plaque surrounding a USS Missouri coin and a dog tag engraved with the Gov’s term of office.
Gov Pete presented Key Club LTG-Elect Keith (Komohana) and Erica (Hikina) with his District pin.
We enjoyed the dessert which proudly displayed the Governor’s logo—a Cornish pixie sitting on a toadstool which symbolizes good luck. It was delicious and we all had a big slice of Good Luck.
The Governor and First Lady traveled on to Hawaii Island after their Oahu visit. There, they will meet with the Kailua-Kona and East Hawaii Clubs. The Governor and Mark McDonald will also meet with the Sheraton to begin planning for the 2018 DCON.
The Gov and Jeannette will return to San Jose on March 30. We know that they had a grand time in Hawaii surrounded by the Aloha Spirit. We wish them a safe trip home.
The 23rd Honolulu Festival March 10-12.
This annual event was supported by Kiwanis Division 22 and Key Club Divisions Hikina and Komohana. Waipahu and Aiea Key Clubbers with Judy, Carol and Pikachu.
On Sunday, Kalani, Punahou, Roosevelt, and St Louis Key Clubs and Circle K UH Manoa helped with the Air Dragon.
Pearl City Key Clubbers carried placards identifying the participating groups in the huge parade.
The Kiwanis Division 22 DCM will be on May 17th via teleconference at 7pm
Did you see the article from Kiwanis Magazine? It features the Kiwanis Club of Pearl Harbor and its service project at the U.S.S Missouri!
Enjoy photos from the Key Club Division News Editors
Immediate Past Komohana LTG Justin Paeste is Vice President of the newly chartered Seattle University Circle K in the Pacific Northwest District. Justin served as the 2015-16 Komohana LTG. He is a graduate of Damien Memorial and is attending Seattle University. He was on a recent medical mission to the Philippines with his father, Dr. Rosalo Paeste.
The Kiwanis Club of Pearl Harbor inducted a new member — Ms Kathryn Lau — a former Leilehua Key Clubber. She was sponsored into the club by President Aladdin Roque-Dangaran. Kathryn and Aladdin were both members of the Leilehua Key Club.
2016-17 Kiwanis Year
President Aladdin Roque-Dangaran
Vice President Judy Watanabe
Secretary Kay Tokunaga
Treasurer Roy Fujinaka
Danny Kim Dennis Fukushima Carol Smith Susie Wong
Pam Fujinaka Amber Nakamura Lea Nakamura Jodie Sanada
Andrea Eshelman Ruby Sonomura, Webmaster
Dorothy Berger Michael Smith
View the photos from the Key Club Region 18 Region Training Conference here