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@CAPSUN here and there
4 days, 2 hours ago on MEETING: PRODUCTIVITY HACKS: Save Tons of Time With Automated Meal Planning Apps by Courtlin Holt Nguyen (December 17th, 2014 to December 23rd, 2014)
1 week ago on MEETING: Rotary E Club Doing Good – Palama Settlement (December 10th, 2014 to December 16th, 2014)
2 weeks, 3 days ago on MEETING: Tech Tip – Laine Kohama: Should You Get a Smart Watch? (December 3rd, 2014 to December 9th, 2014)
@CAPSUN @Denise Tanaka here.
1 month ago on MEETING: GUEST SPEAKER – Ben Holzhauser: Marketing To Be Remembered: Pt. 1 (November 19, 2014 to November 25, 2014)
Garry, please provide those who have not paid their dues with your P.O. Box address. Russ and I will not be able to check the current P.O. box after November 25th.
@gyee Please provide more info about the Very Merry Event - what is it? what is the cost of the tickets? what are the tickets for? how much does our club receive for each ticket purchased/sold? Thank you.
1 month ago on MEETING: REAL ESTATE TIPS AND TRICKS: Why Should You Commit to One Real Estate Agent? by Biz Kellam (November 12, 2014 to November 18, 2014)
@Gigaisland Finding a Real Estate Agent is a Tech Tip? Checking in to find out how that is . . . ;-)
1 month, 1 week ago on MEETING: REAL ESTATE TIPS AND TRICKS: Why Should You Commit to One Real Estate Agent? by Biz Kellam (November 12, 2014 to November 18, 2014)
1 month, 2 weeks ago on MEETING: TECH TIP: What Is Going On Apple? Why Are You Locking Folks In? by Laine Kohama (November 5, 2014 to November 11, 2014)
Invoices for January to June 2015 dues were emailed to members earlier this week (thank you Cynthia, for getting those out amidst your busy schedule!) If you have not already done so, please send in payment BY NOVEMBER 8th. Thank you to the members who have already sent in payment !!
For those who will not be renewing their membership, please send a message to: firstname.lastname@example.org BY NOVEMBER 8th to officially state your withdrawal from the Club (effective 1/1/15.) New process by Rotary International means that the Club will be billed (for dues) for all existing members as of November. Thus, members who withdraw after Rotary International sends us the (January-June) dues billing will still be responsible for paying the dues, as our Club will need to remit dues to Rotary International. (Hope that explanation makes sense.)
Administrative Committee Chair
1 month, 3 weeks ago on MEETING: REAL ESTATE TIPS AND TRICKS: Getting Your Home Ready To Sell Before You Put It On The Market by Biz Kellam (October 29, 2014 to November 4, 2014)
@Gigaisland Aqui !
1 month, 4 weeks ago on MEETING: PRODUCTIVITY HACKS: “Man vs. Email: It’s Time to Fight Back!” by Courtlin Holt Nguyen (October 22, 2014 to October 28, 2014)
Welcome (again) @Courtlin ! (last week, I wasn't able to tag you, now I can!)
@Gigaisland Welcome Courtlin !
2 months ago on MEETING: Be a Google Search Kung Fu Master by Laine Kohama (October 15, 2014 to October 21, 2014)
@Gigaisland Aqui ! (translation: Here!)
@DebbyMcGraw Thanks Debby.
2 months, 1 week ago on MEETING: SOCIAL MEDIA HINT: LinkedIn to Get…Uh…Linked In by Russ Sumida (October 8, 2014 to October 14, 2014)
Aloha Members -
Wanted to give everyone a little heads up - I will be resigning my from Administrative Committee Chair position. Original effective date was going to be January 1st, but it might be sooner.
Please consider taking on this role. Per the Club's Bylaws, the Administrative Committee "should conduct activities associated with the effective operation of the club.". A very vague and general description, I know, so here's some specifics of what I have been doing as Administrative Committee Chair (a Committee that basically consisted of me and Cynthia/Treasurer):
1) worked with the Treasurer so that there was a two-party system when handling money/checks/financial transactions; i tracked funds received by check (dues payments, donations) and deposited them to the bank account; reported deposits to treasurer; wrote checks (but is NOT a signer) and then gave checks to one of the authorized account signers; scanned checks and uploaded to Google Docs for Treasurer to see; dues are paid twice a year and checks are generally twice a year (payments to Rotary International and Rotary District 5000)
2) calculated and completed the SARs form, which determines how much the club owes to Rotary International and Rotary District 5000; ensured that payments were made
3) tracked membership/members joining and leaving
4) filed G.E. tax returns (twice a year)
5) completed and submitted Business Annual Fling with DCCA (October)
6) Filing annual Form 990-N (Tax Return) with the IRS (but since our Club activity is so minimal, the filing is relatively easy and done online) (November)
7) Tried to share community service opportunities that I was aware of as a resource to members who may have been seeking projects.
There were some other things that needed to be done when the Club was first chartered, like getting a Tax I.D. number and applying for a Registration Exemption from the State, but these should have been one-time occurrences that will most likely not have to be dealt with again.
Some of these duties might be able to be shifted to the Finance Committee down the road, when the Club is larger and there are more members on the committees. But, being that until now the Finance Committee was pretty much made up of just Cynthia, Russ (President 2012-2014), and myself, it really didn't matter under which committee the duties were assigned to.
The Administrative Committee Chair position is also a Director position and is a member of the Club's "Board".
If you are interested in being the Administrative Committee Chair, please let Garry (@gyee) know. Per the Bylaws, vacancies in the Board are filled by "action of the remaining directors."
@Gigaisland Present this week.
@Gigaisland in regards to the prospective members, are you sponsoring Courtlin and is @garryyee sponsoring Ben?
2 months, 3 weeks ago on MEETING: How Do You Handle The Pressure? By Carol Fetzer @ForteSpeakers (October 1, 2014 to October 7th, 2014)
@ParkRat Here I be.
@gyee @Gigaisland AND Laine have my vote.
2 months, 3 weeks ago on MEETING: Visit to the Rotary Club of Las Vegas Fremont – By Garry Yee @gyee50 (September 24, 2014 to September 30, 2014)
Again, another week of great articles! Thanks to all of the contributors for taking the time to share your experiences and knowledge.
2 months, 4 weeks ago on MEETING: Visit to the Rotary Club of Las Vegas Fremont – By Garry Yee @gyee50 (September 24, 2014 to September 30, 2014)
@CAPSUN Right now, October 9th is better for me.
@ParkRat I'm here. Full from lunch, but not yet sleeping.
@ParkRat Stop yelling. ;-)
3 months ago on MEETING: Hey Buyers! What you need to do before you see property by Biz Kellam (September 17, 2014 to September 23, 2014)
@ParkRat Estoy aqui tambien.
3 months, 1 week ago on MEETING: First Step To Keep Bad Guys at Bay by Laine Kohama (09/10/14 to 09/16/14)
@ParkRat Hola! Estoy aqui.
3 months, 2 weeks ago on MEETING: How Can LTC Insurance Help You Protect Your Assets? Provided By Garry Yee (September 3, 2014 – September 9, 2014)
@Melissa808 No/never Verizon, No blog.
3 months, 2 weeks ago on MEETING: Welcome to Our New Meeting Format! (August 27, 2014 – September 2, 2014)
@CAPSUN NOT something you say when The Wife can read it too... ;-) @Melissa808 @ParkRat
3 months, 3 weeks ago on MEETING: Welcome to Our New Meeting Format! (August 27, 2014 – September 2, 2014)
@ParkRat Nope. Not yet.
4 months, 1 week ago on Meeting: How Do Customers Find a Realtor in Hawaii?, Tech Tips, and Social Media Tips
Until now, I have stayed out of posting my opinions on FB or Twitter or anywhere online, though my spouse has heard some of my thoughts. But, I just had to write to say that I agree with all of the points you make in your article! One of those comments that I had made in private was that some of the reactions that I've seen posted online give a far worse impression of Hawaii residents than anything Mr. Caan had said in this interview. Mahalo for your thoughts Myong! And I hope many read your article and think twice.
1 year, 10 months ago on Caan he say that?
@Melissa808 Ah. Probably. Tiki and all right there.
2 years, 2 months ago on Hawaii: In Real Life ~ Nightmares Live
@Melissa808 I actually watched the HawaiiIRL interview first. I saw @wedgelee's post on FB and was compelled to click on the link . . . cc: @parkrat
Why is there a water-flowing noise ?
@MyongChoi Well, it was refreshing to me because (in my opinion) sometimes it's very dangerous (for the speaker) to say anything negative about a show that is locally produced.
I would not call myself a huge fan of the show, but I am a fan of the actors and for their sake, I would like to see the show succeed.
2 years, 2 months ago on ‘Hawaii Five-O’ Recap: ‘Kanalua’
I find your honesty very refreshing.
@ricknakama @StarletShay @rickyli99 @worldwideed @megsdrivein @kellinakama - how in the world did u eat all of that food at Ola is Life?
3 years, 2 months ago on A peek at The Good Table