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New RPJ members (from left to right) Jennifer, Mahea, Jackie and Michelle are sworn in by US Jaycees National VP Patrick Tomiyasu.
New RPJ members (from left to right) Jennifer, Mahea, Jackie and Michelle are sworn in by US Jaycees National VP Patrick Tomiyasu.


Winston at this year's Special Olympics Summer Games.
Winston at this year's Special Olympics Summer Games.

Winston Chow Nominated for Chapter President at October’s Membership Meeting
The October 8th General Membership Meeting at the Living Room not only welcomed four new members into the chapter, but also signaled the opening of nominations for next year’s RPJ Board of Directors. The meeting also saw the nomination of Winston “Poppin” Chow for RPJ President. Read more about Winston after the jump, and if you’re interested in serving on the 2010 RPJ Board of Directors, please attend next month’s membership meeting.

Winston is the chapter’s current executive vice president, the 2008 RPJ Member of the Year, and an experienced point-man. He has served on the board for the past two years and has had a hand in almost every service project during that span. He spearheaded the chapter’s involvement in this year’s United Cerebral Palsy Association’s Great Hawaiian Rubber Duckie Race, and he is the chapter’s lead again this year for the popular UCPADessert Fantasy event.
Winston is an avid hiker, and he has led almost all of the chapter’s hikes, taking members and friends on whale-watching treks up Makapu’u, and marches through the lush vegetation of Makiki Heights, Palolo, Aiea, Pearl City, Moanalua, Koko Head and Mariner’s Ridge. Winston is also a former Pac-Five football player, and he’s a usual participant in the chapter’s monthly coed flag football games at Keehi Lagoon.
The scene after the chapter's four newest members were sworn in.
The scene after the chapter's four newest members were sworn in.