Rotary Club hosts
monthly open house

The Rotary Club of Honolulu Sunrise will discuss the books that they have authored tomorrow at the Pacific Club.

The literary program will be held on the club's "Visitor's Day," a new monthly event for individuals who want to learn more about Rotary International and its service programs.

The featured authors include: Linda Andrade Wheeler, CEO of Successories Hawaii Inc. and author of "Ain't Life a Pomegranate," Doug Wilson, senior vice president of First Hawaiian Bank, will discuss "Executor and Trustee Survivor Guide," and Doug Carlson, a media consultant, who describes the creation of the national memorial cemetery in his book, "Punchbowl."

Keith Kent, author of "ANYWAY: The Paradoxical Commandments: Finding Personal Meaning In A Crazy World," will moderate the program. His book is reaching international audiences through printings in several languages.

The meeting begins at 7:15 a.m. and will be the club's first open house for those interested in becoming a rotarian. The club is known as "The Read to Me Club" because of its literacy programs and weekly reading sessions at Royal Elementary School.

Call 832-0140 for more information.


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