“Mike O’Dwyer, the owner of Mulligan’s, is a respected Rotarian and continues to be a great friend of the Rotary Club of Kīhei-Wailea,” said Roya Deyhim, the club’s newly inducted president. “So when the opportunity to meet at his location was presented, we were very excited.”
Meetings are held every Wednesday at noon and are open to the public. The cost of lunch and the meeting is $16.
District and club leaders of the Rotary Club of Kīhei-Wailea met with newly elected President Roya Deyhim at Mulligan’s On the Blue in Wailea on August 4. Mulligan’s Rebecca Mickle explains the menu offered at the clubs new venue to (left to right) Mark Harbison, Shayla Middleton, Mark Middleton, Roya Deyhim, Paige Fontaine and George Fontaine.
Photo: Lis Richardson
The Rotary Club of Kīhei-Wailea has provided service to the local and global communities for over 33 years.
Local clubs work to address needs of their own communities and strive to make a difference in the world by using a special theme as a guideline. This Rotary year’s theme is “Building Communities - Bridging Continents.”