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CONNECTING FOR GOOD

No Ties, Just Mai-Tais!

A Personal Invitation From Director Brad

“This Institute is a personal expression. I was born and raised in the Islands, and the Institute committee and I have worked to make this Institute different from the rest. Instead of being confined to banquet rooms and lecture halls, we will be taking full advantage of the beauty and grace of the Hilton Waikoloa Village. If you have not yet looked at this property, I encourage you to see where we will spend our time: http://www.hiltonwaikoloavillage.com/?WT.srch=1

Secondly, we will have a terrific combination of Rotary and non-Rotary speakers. The entire program is focused on a conversation around Connecting for Good – why people connect to Rotary and how it helps them in their personal, professional and family life. We will both stimulate new thinking and challenge old thinking.

Finally, the Institute will be filled with the Aloha spirit—treating each other with friendship and respect.”

INSTITUTE CONVENER Bradford R. Howard 2015-2017 & Marcia Howard

We have a terrific Institute program . You will hear thought provoking speakers and participate in engaging breakout sessions.

Hear Stimulating and Thought-provoking Speakers

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Connect With Top Rotary Leaders

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Our Thursday night opening event and DGE presentation is unique! We will be at a Luau in the Kamehameha Court—and enjoy the Waikoloa’s unique Legends of Hawaii entertainment.

Our local Rotarians have lined up a fascinating series of Host Hospitality tours and activities—including a tour with local Rotarians to Volcano National park and the Volcano house, snorkeling with dolphins and more.

Our local Hawaiian Rotarians have lined up a fascinating series of Host Hospitality tours and activities—including a tour with local Rotarians to Volcano National Park and Kilauea. Kīlauea is home to the Hawaiian goddess Pele.

Sign up for snorkeling with dolphins and more.

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And, of course, the annual Class Reunion dinners are a highlight. Join your classmates and catch up!

Come early—stay late

Enjoy the Big Island