Leadership Development Through Community Service

Tag: Jaycees

  • Chinatown Clean up!

    Chinatown Clean up!

    In collaboration with Senator Suzanne Chun Oakland, Representative Karl Rhoads, Representative Scott Saiki, Representative Carl Say, Councilmembers Carol Fukunaga and Joey Manahan, the City & County of Honolulu and Vibrant Chinatown Groups, RPJ helped clean up, remove graffiti, and give Smith & Beretania Park a nice new coat of paint! Helping keep our communities nice […]

  • This weekend kicks off the 2013 RPJ Model Legislature events! Register today!

    Aloha RPJ members! Please take advantage of this free three-part training and leadership development opportunity hosted by the Rising Phoenix Jaycees! Please click each respective link to register and confirm your spot at the training, orientation, and main event. While the training is optional, we have exciting speakers confirmed that will be sharing their knowledge […]

  • RPJ Easter Egg Hunt Volunteer Opportunity Recap

    This past weekend, volunteers from the Rising Phoenix Jaycees chapter volunteered at the Kaimuki Easter Egg Hunt and the Koko Head Easter Egg Hunt. The RPJ plays volleyball at Koko Head District Park where that respective hunt was held. Members and guests were able to facilitate a game booth for more than 500 kids who […]

  • RPJ Awards & Installation Brunch

    On March 10, the Rising Phoenix Jaycees held its Awards & Installation Brunch at the Willows. The program included a presentation of member and merit awards, acknowledgements of the 2012 RPJ Board, the swearing in of RPJ President Nathan Martin and his 2013 Board, prizes, and toasts by special guests including fellow Hawaii Jaycees presidents, […]

  • Government & Bill Awareness Tour

    On February 23rd, the Rising Phoenix Jaycees (RPJ) had the great opportunity to tour the state capitol and hear about its significance in structure and form.  Representative Mark Nakashima (Hamakua-South Hilo) discussed the bill process and several bills that he is involved in.  The primary purpose was to raise awareness of government processes in the […]