The Rotary Club of Hickam Pearl Harbor (RotaryHPH) has announced a major change in their meeting schedule, moving from Thursdays to Tuesdays. This decision marks a significant shift for the club and comes after much discussion and planning.

RotaryHPH President and Charter Member, Joshua Laguana, explained that the club is always looking for ways to improve and be more accessible to members. Moving the meeting day from Thursdays to Tuesdays is part of the club's ongoing effort to accommodate more members and provide greater scheduling flexibility.

RotaryHPH has been meeting on Thursdays for many years, but the change in meeting day is expected to bring new opportunities for members and the club as a whole. The new meeting day will allow for greater participation and attendance, making it easier for members to attend meetings and be more involved in club activities.

The new meeting schedule will begin May 9th at a Club Open House with the 2023 Unsung Hero and 2023 HRYF Recipient as invited guests. The club will also be assembling bags for children entering Hawai'i's foster system in a service project head by new RotaryHPH member and Mrs. Hawai'i Petite, Ali Josselet. The club is encouraging all members, friends, and those interested in learning about Rotary to attend. Members can expect the same high-quality programs and engaging discussions.

The change in meeting day is just one of many exciting initiatives underway at RotaryHPH. The club is committed to making a positive impact in their community and the world, and members are actively involved in a wide range of service projects and fundraising initiatives.

If you are interested in learning more about the Rotary Club of Hickam Pearl Harbor and becoming a member, please visit their website at The club welcomes new members who are interested in serving their community and making a difference in the world.

Mahalo to our Club Sponsors