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If you are interested in speaking to our Rotary club, please review our Speaker Policy below to ensure that your content adheres to our simple guidelines.  Then download our 2-page Speaker's Guide and Speaker Information Form. Complete that form and email it to yvette@mauicpa.net.  We get in touch with prospective speakers within one week of receipt of a completed information form.


Speaker / Program Policy


The Rotary Club of Kahului is an organization of business professionals, community leaders, and executives committed to professional and ethical values, humanitarian service, and the motto of “Service above Self.” For more information, we encourage you to visit www.kahuluirotary.com and www.facebook.com/kahuluirotary.


The following guidelines are provided to assist you with your presentation:


1.   We respond positively to speakers who present a topic of informational, educational, motivational, or entertainment value that will be of general interest to all club members.


2.   We understand that a benefit to speaking in front of a group such as ours is to increase public awareness of your organization.  However, we do not welcome overt sales pitches or solicitation for business or contributions. or community impact, which then may indirectly lead to futurInstead, we recommend that speakers bring us valuable information that showcases expertise e communication with individuals.


3.   Rotary International is a non-political and non-religious organization.  As a matter of

policy, Rotary Clubs do not take positions on public questions including local, national or

international issues with political and religious undertones.  Elected officials may be

allowed to speak to our club when the format is simply to report to constituents on

congressional or legislative affairs.


4.   We strive to be inclusive in hearing varying points of view on diverse subjects, and

request that speakers avoid presentations that advance or otherwise promote a

particular religious, political or commercial point of view.  Pay special attention that the

topic is not highly controversial or may potentially cause division amongst members.