• Pledge of Allegiance  --  Steve Jacunski
  • Words of Inspiration -- Mary Begier
  • Introduction of guests
  • Announcement by the President
  • Announcements by the Director, Committee Chair and by the members
    • HRYF - Richard Cunningham
  • Anniversaries
  • Happy Dollars
  • Guest Speaker -- Jennifer Schack,  Regional Director of Community Outreach in Hawaii with the ALS Association Golden West Chapter. 
  • 4-Way Test -- Bob Juettner
The recorded meeting: 

14th meeting of the RCHB for Rotary Club 2020-2021 -- we've made it through the 1st quarter!


Pledge of Allegiance -- Led by Steve Jacunski

Inspiration -- Mary Begier


Introduction of Guests

Kimo Jim Becker - Hilo Club

DayDay Hopkins
Jennifer Schack -- ALS Association Golden West Chapter


Announcements by the President

The notes of the last club meeting has been posted on the ClubRunner.

  • The notes from the September 23 RCHB meeting can be found here:  
    And the video of the meeting can be found here:
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Board Meeting Decisions -- We will continue to have Zoom meetings through October.

Volunteers needed!

Next weeks meeting:
  • Pledge of Allegiance: Mike Carroll
  • Inspiration:  Curt Sharp
  • Birthday Song: Steve Jacunski
  • 4-Way Test:  Sandra Wagner-Wright

 Upcoming Meetings

  • Wednesday, September 30 -- Speaker from ALS Association Golden West Chapter in Hawaii.  Meeting starts at 7:00 am.
  • Wednesday, October 7 -- Guest Speaker is Doug Adams, Meeting starts at 7:00 am.
  • Wednesday, October 14 -- Guest Speaker is Kalika Kastein, Peace Fellow.  Meeting starts at 7:00 am.
  • Wednesday, Ocotber 21 -- Vocational Day and our Guest Speaker is Geoli Ng.  Meeting starts at 7:00 am.
  • Wednesday, October 21 -- Board meeting immediately following the club meeting.  Meeting will end at 9:00 am.  Please submit reports prior to the meeting.
  • Thursday, October 22 -- Club Social, TBD
  • Wednesday, October 28 -- Celebrating World Polio Day.  Since Africa has been declared Polio free, Richard Cunningham will share the beautiful sites from his vacation in Africa.

Other Rotary Meetings and Invitations

Email blasts this past week.

District Happenings

A series of D5000 Rotary webinars is available for your viewing, either live or recorded.  You can also find ton of webinars in the Learning Center at
D5000 Webinar Recordings:
Business Assistance webinar recording:

Mark Your Calendars

District Conference 2021

  • Will be held for the first time in Hilo commemorating 100 years of Rotary on Big Island at Grand Naniloa Hotel on May 14, 15 and 16, 2021.

Future Rotary International Conventions

  • Taipei: June 12-16, 2021
  • Houston: June 4-8, 2022


Veteran's Project - Lorraine gave update -- stay tuned.
Kimo Jim Becker announced that there is a EH Rotary Club Social planned at the Volcano Winery on October 15 beginning at 3:00 pm.  Since COVID restrictions, he has a limit of 5 seats to offer to RCHB.   He will send information to Lorraine and she will disseminate the information.

Announcements, Director / Committee Chair report

HRYF - Richard Cunningham

You can donate on-line at  Update!  Directly from Foodland/SackNSave

This is an important notice that Foodland's Give Aloha program will be extended through Friday, October 2nd!  All Foodland and Sack N Save stores will accept donations through store's closing at 9:00 p.m.  We encourage you to spread the word to your members and supporters, and be sure to remind them that donations must be made to your organization, code 77199, with a Maika'i card in order receive a matching gift.


Other Chair Announcements

Volunteer opportunity  - Continuing through November.
State Department of Health and UH Nursing request Rotarians to help for the face mask observation. The purposes of this project are (1) to monitor ongoing use of face masks/coverings by the public in Hawaii and (2) to track social norm change in regard to mask wearing over time. A pair of volunteers will count the number of people who (a) wear the mask correctly, (b) wear the mask in correctly and (c) don't wear the mask at a designated location (Prince Kuhio Plaza, Keaukaha Beach Park (Start at parking lot), Liliuokalani Park or Airport post office) from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Saturdays until November 28. Instructions include the counting device and how to report the counts are available on YouTube:
The sign-up sheet is also available online.
If you have any question, please contact Dr. Glauberman (

Anniversaries between September 24 and 30, 2020

Wedding Anniversary 


Club Anniversary 

Miyuki Lee -- September 25, 2013  Sponsor was Kris Speegle
Chris Okano -- September 26, 2018  Sponsor was Sharon Scheele

Birthday -- Birthday Song led by Mary Begier

Gary Young -- September 28



Happy Dollars
Keep your happy dollar donation in an envelope and bring it to the next in-person meeting. You may contact Deborah Beaver to make a payment with your credit card or mail your check to the club. Thank you.
In addition, you may now pay from our new online payment system: 

Miyuki L. was $11 happy.  $10 to see Kevin and DayDay.  $1 for the external car wash that became and internal car wash and shower.

Richard C. is $15 happy.  After hearing Deborah's story about CARES grant, he applied and received his grant within a week.  He shared his grant with his employees.  He is $10 for the grant and $5 happy for Miyuki's car wash story.

Barbara H. is $5 happy.  She received her CARES grant within a week.

Kevin H. is $20 happy.  $10 to be here and $10 that his youngest daughter got married.

Paula U. is $10 happy to see Kevin and DayDay.

Alan O. is $20 happy.  $10 to see Kevin and DayDay and $10 for discovering that his synaps and neurons in his brain failed him.  He will update the membership list.

Chester C. is $20 to see Kevin and DayDay.

Mary B. is $10 happy to see Kevin and DayDay.

Art is $20 happy to see DayDay and acknowledged the great work that she did in Rotary and in the community.

Steve J. and Jill J. are $20 happy to see Kevin and DayDay.

Jennifer S. was $5 happy to see Kevin and DayDay.

Em D. is $0 happy to see DayDay.

Junichi N. is $20 happy.  $10 to see Kevin and DayDay and $10 to congratulate Lorraine on 3 months of leadership.

Tom W. is $20 happy.  $10 to see Kevin and DayDay and $10 enjoying his visits wot the national parks in Utah and surrounding areas.


Thank You for a Memorable 2018 at the Littleover Lodge - Littleover Lodge

Guest Speaker -- Jennifer Schack, Regional Director of Community Outreach in Hawaii with the ALS Foundation

Jennifer Schack Bio

Ms. Schack has been in the philanthropic field for over 25 years.  She holds a Master’s Degree in Nonprofit Management from North Park University in Chicago.  Since 2017, she been the Regional Director of Community Outreach in Hawaii with the ALS Association Golden West Chapter. 

Her affiliations and volunteer experience includes:

Friends of the Care Center of Honolulu

Hawaii Association of Independent Schools

Partnership for Philanthropic Planning Hawaii Rotary Club of North Hawaii     

Waimea Community Association of Kamuela, HI     

Council for Advancement and Support of Education   

Association of Fundraising Professionals, Chicago, IL Women in Development North Chicago, IL     

Music Institute of Chicago

Lake Shore Symphony of Chicago     

Evanston Historical Society Evanston, IL     

Henry Ford Estate Dearborn, MI 

Ms. Schack is passionate about serving Hawaii’s ALS community through care services, advocacy and research.


Next Meeting

  • The next club meeting will be Wednesday, October 7 from 7 a.m. via Zoom.  Speaker is Doug Adams, Assistant Governor about some of the voting initiatives.

The Four Way Test  -- Bob Juettner