Please join us Wednesday, May 24 for our End of Year Banquet Dinner. Banquet starts at 7 PM in the MRHS Cafeteria and a catered dinner will be served. We look forward to you joining us for this event. Mahalo!
I would like to take this opportunity to wish all of our Mothers in our Club Wahine Ohana (Family) a very Happy Mothers’ Day this Sunday.
I believe Mothers’ Day is very important. It is the one day that each family should take the opportunity to recognize their core and foundation which is the role of Mother. Personally, I lost my mother at 4 years old and never remembered her growing up. Luckily for me, my Father filled the void in my life serving as both a Father and Mother to me and my brothers.
When I got married to Jean and she gave birth to our son Aaron, I got to live and see how very important the role of the Mother was to our family. Jean really loved the role of Mother and was truly the core for us. Watching Jean, I learned through the years that Mothers had unconditional love for their family.
Through our 42 ½ years of marriage, Mothers’ Day was very important to our family. My son Aaron and I looked forward each year to fully devote, to honor, to recognize, and to say thank you to Jean for all the love, work, and devotion she showed to us daily and in keeping our family together. My son Aaron and I will continue that family tradition this Sunday by visiting the cemetery and placing flowers on Jean’s crypt and to say thank you.
When we started Club Wahine 24 years ago, Jean and I made a decision to not schedule any of our volleyball teams into club tournaments on Mothers’ Day. We felt it was very important for our Mothers to have their “one” Sunday away from volleyball and for our volleyball players to use this special day to recognize everything Mothers do for them.
To all of our Club Wahine Mothers, Happy Mothers’ Day! May you all be blessed with continued happiness and good health!
Glenn K. Rodenhurst
Club Wahine Director
Congratulations are in order for our very own Diana Fa'amausili who has been tabbed the 2016 GNAC Freshman of the Year! A former Wahine standout, Diana has had a stellar freshman season at the University of Alaska Anchorage where her 9th-ranked team is 29-2 and is preparing to host the NCAA Division II West Regional Championships. Best of luck to Diana and her team!
Just a friendly reminder that Club Dues are collected at the first practice of each month. Club Dues may be paid by cash, check or by PayPal (see link located to left). If paying by check or cash, please give all dues to one of the Club Administrator’s at your practice.
2016-2017 U17 Kolohe Black at the 2017 Las Vegas Classic