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Volume 7, Issue 1 July-August 2012

Soroptimist International of Honolulu


PRESIDENTS MESSAGE: Aloha SIH members! I am very happy to be sharing my first Presidents message with you all. Weve transitioned nicely to the new Board of Directors and Leadership Team and we are off to an excellent start. We have a very busy and exciting year ahead of us! Right out of the gate there was the Soroptimist International of the Americas convention at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. We met Soroptimists from such places as Japan, Taiwan, Brazil, Canada and Mexico just to name a few. Look out for our Annual Calendar of Events coming soon. This will allow you to Save-the-Date for several upcoming events and see the plan for this year. The theme I have chosen for this year is

2012-2013 LEADERSHIP TEAM


OFFICERS: President Shawnee Hammer Immediate Past President Julie Arigo Vice President Mollye Lewis Secretary Holly Duarte Treasurer Kim Jones DIRECTORS: 2011-2013 Katie Yoshioka Paulette Suzuki 2012-2014 Corazon Dumlau Thuy Nguyen-Martines Always striving to improve the lives of women and girls, in local communities and throughout the world.

Individually we can make a difference, together we can make an impact

Individually we can make a difference, together we can make an impact.


I chose this theme because Ive seen us come together in the last few years and really start to make an impact in our community. No matter how big or small we are headed in the right direction and I know the impact we make will increase. Weve had much success working together with the other Oahu Clubs on Taste of the Arts and now with a projected 3 Oahu Club service project in the works well create an even larger impact thru working together. Not to mention how we work together within our own club. Its an exciting time to be a member of Soroptimist International of Honolulu! Lastly, I would like to sincerely thank our Immediate Past President, Julie Arigo. Julie was an incredible President and as I shadowed her throughout her term I learned so much. She is not only an awesome leader but also a beautiful person inside and out. Thank you Julie! I am looking forward to getting to know you all a little better this year. And I thank you very much for this opportunity. Sincerely, Shawnee Hammer SI Honolulu President
Shawnee Hammer President 2012-2013

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Soroptimist International of Honolulu

2012 SIA Convention July 18-21


SI Honolulu was well represented at the recent Soroptimist International of the Americas 42nd Biennial Convention. Soroptimist's from around the world joined together right here in Hawaii at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. We laughed and learned together during the many events that were attended. We will have more information on this convention at our next Business and Program meeting.

Mollye Lewis with Convention Chair Linda Sue Hansen

With SIA 2011-2012 President, Pat Donahue (top left). Julie Arigo, Shawnee Hammer and Paulette Suzuki working as sign holders! Celebrating at Convention Teri Sato, Thuy Nguyen Martines, Julie Arigo and Julie Takushi at the 12 Ways Women Give Away Their Power Workshop with Pam Chambers Friendship Dinner Happy Birthday Julie!

SIH Tori Richard blouses were well received at Convention. Pictured: Shawnee Hammer, Carmelita Andia, Thuy Nguyen-Martines and Corazon Dumlao

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With SI President Alice Wells at the Live Your Dream Luncheon Two of the Womens Opportunity Award Winners were in attendance and received their $10,000 award at the Live Your Dream Luncheon

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WOA Award Winner, Rowena Tutana Navaira, sponsored by SI/Antipolo, The Philippines Region

B-R: Mollye Lewis, Thuy Nguyen-Martines, Carmelita Andia, SI President Alice Wells, Shawnee Hammer, Julie Arigo, Judy Devereux. F-R: Corazon Dumlao, Alice Krebs, Holly Hayashi, Paulette Suzuki

WOA Award Winner, Dawn M. Johnson, sponsored by SI/TriCities, Western Canada Region

Julie Takushi, Shawnee Hammer, Thuy Nguyen-Martines and Mollye Lewis at the Recognition Dinner

Ann Kobayashi and Mollye Lewis 2012 SIA Convention Committee

Save the Date! 43rd Biennial Convention July 23-26, 2014 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Vancouver Convention Center

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Soroptimist International of Honolulu

Meet Your 2012-2013 SIH Leadership Team

President Shawnee Hammer

Immediate Past President Julie Arigo

Vice President Mollye Lewis

Treasurer Kim Jones

Secretary Holly Duarte

2011-2013 Director Paulette Suzuki

2011-2013 Director Katie Yoshioka

2012-2014 Director Thuy Nguyen-Martines

2012-2014 Director Corazon Dumlao

Learn more about the 2012-2013 Board Members and Directors in their Leadership Bios.

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VRA Winner Donates to Next Step Shelter


Sheena Choy founder Beads 4 Books, a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing literacy and the joy of reading to children who would otherwise never get the opportunity to develop a love for book. With money gained through donations and the sale of Sheenas handcrafted rings and earrings, Beads for Books supports various shelters on Oahu by supplying them with books. Currently, Beads for Books has extended its support to three locations: the Next Step Homeless Shelter, Vancouver House, and the 0-3 Program. In addition to the $500 VRA Award for Beads for Books, Sheena raised additional funds to donate $1,000 to the Next Step Shelter.
SIH President Shawnee Hammer with VRA Winner, Sheena Choy, as she presents a$1,000 donation to the Next Step Shelter

Sending out an SIH Welcome to New District Director, Lorene Hopkins!

DONT FORGET TO SUBMIT YOUR PAYMENTS AND DONATIONS FOR THE 10TH ANNUAL TASTE OF THE ARTS FUNDRAISER EVENT

A Taste of Hollywood
10th Annual A Taste of the Arts

Happy Birthday!
Julie Arigo July 20 Alice Krebs July 29 Paulette Suzuki August 14 Richanne Lam August 30

Sunday, September 16, 2012 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. Honolulu Country Club 1690 Puumalu Street For more information contact: Holly Hayashi at hollyh@servco.com or at 808-564-1303

Good judgment comes from experience, and often experience comes from bad judgment.
- Rita Mae Brown
Submitted by Kim Jones

Please mail to: SI of Honolulu P.O. Box 3341 Honolulu, HI 96801-3341

Sorpotimist International Of Honolulu

Soroptimist is an international volunteer organization offering programs that improve the lives of women through three distinct platforms: economic empowerment, elimination of violence, and gender equality.

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Spicy Chicken Wings 20 chicken wings (drums & flats) 2 TBS hot sauce cup butter 1 TBS Apple Cider Vinegar tsp paprika tsp cayenne pepper tsp black pepper tsp garlic powder 1/8 tsp celery seed

CALENDAR OF EVENTS
A Taste of Hollywood! September 16, 2012 Honolulu Country Club District VI Annual Meeting September 28-30, 2012 St. Francis SIH Board Meeting October 2, 2012 CPB 4th Floor Conference Room Club Social/Clothing Exchange Fundraiser October 14, 2012 Jennifer A-Rahims Home Business and Program Meeting October 24, 2012 Nohona Kahala Community Clubhouse

Preheat oven to 375 and place wings on greased sheet pan Bake for 30 minutes or until cooked through and crispy Combine hot sauce, butter, vinegar, paprika, cayenne, black pepper, garlic powder and celery seed in a medium saucepan Set over low heat mixing until butter is completely melted and combined; simmer for 5 minutes and remove from heat. Dip baked wings in sauce, coat well. Shake off excess and return to baking sheet. Reduce oven temp to 250 and bake wings another 15 minutes Toss wings in remaining sauce and serve

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