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Richard L. Quinn_ ASLA_ LEED AP


									June 21, 2010 | Volume 2, Issue 42                                      District 5000 | Club #27177

                              CELEBRATING                      20      YEARS                               UPCoMing EVEntS

                                                                                                           June 28
                                                                                                           Sunrise says mahalo to
Richard L. Quinn, ASLA, LEED AP                                                                            President Carolyn Hiatt

Trends in the use of native plants in urban landscapes in Hawaii                                           July 5
                                                                                                           4th of July – Happy Holiday
                                Richard Quinn, both landscape architect and planner, joined
                                HHF in 2000 and became a principal in 2006. Mr. Quinn is Vice-             July 12
                                President and heads the company’s landscape architecture depart-           Welcome new Sunrise
                                ment, pulling together an exceptional team of designers who bring          President Paul Sibley and new
                                a creative and innovative approach to any design project. Under            District 5000 District governor
                                Mr. Quinn’s direction, the company has excelled in the detailed            John Steelquist
                                planning and design of resorts, commercial developments, and
                                residential communities. Recent work includes major landscape              July 19
                                and planning design projects at Kapalua Central Resort (Maui),             Bob Hogue, author of Sands of
                                Waikoloa Resort (Hawaii Island), Wailea Resort (Maui), and the             lanikai, WWii fiction
                                Shidler College of Business, University of Hawaii at Manoa, as well
                                as a number of prominent commercial building landscapes and                August 2
                                high-end residences in Honolulu.                                           Hilton reathel of HMSa,
   Mr. Quinn has over twenty years of landscape design and construction observation experi-                Healthcare reform
ence in Hawaii and throughout the Pacific and Asia, including Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia,
Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, China, Northern Mariana Islands, American Samoa, and Tahiti. His                 to share speaker ideas,
scope of work has included resort site planning and design; golf course landscaping; and land-             contact nancy Walden at
scape planting, water feature, and landscape irrigation design. Mr. Quinn’s extensive knowledge  
of tropical and subtropical landscape plants, including the landscape use of native Hawaiian
plants, adds a special dimension to design projects. With his broad range of experience in all as-
pects of landscape design and planning, Mr. Quinn brings a complete perspective to any project
and strong leadership to the Helber Hastert & Fee design team.
    Mr. Quinn is a registered Landscape Architect in the State of Hawaii. His educational back-
ground includes a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree from the University of Arizona
and a Master of Urban and Regional Planning degree from the University of Hawaii at Manoa
with an emphasis on urban design. He is a member of the American Society of Landscape
Architects (ASLA) and the Hawaii Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA), is a
LEED Accredited Professional with the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), and is a certified
arborist with the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA). He currently sits on the Board of
Directors of the Lyon Arboretum Association.

                           2009 - 2010 Board of Directors
                           President Carolyn Hiatt | President Elect PaUl SiBlEy | Past President Margit WattS | Secretary KEn MarCUS,
                           WEnDy gooDEnoW | treasurer allEn KaMEMoto | Sergeant-at-arms PaUl SiBlEy | Club Service linDa SantoS,
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LAST WEEK Sunrise’s Program Co-Chair
Mollie Sperry and President-Elect Paul
Sibley thanked guest speaker, Eric Crispin,
Honorary Consul for Brazil. | Youth Pro-
grams Co-Chair Mei Nakamoto congratu-
lated Rotary Youth Foundation Scholarship
recipient HIsa Hashisaka, accompanied
by her proud parents Reid and Marilyn
Hashisaka. Hisa is a student at Mid-Pacific
Institute. | Mei Nakamoto also presented
Joe Rice, President of Mid-Pacific Institute
with a plaque recognizing the school’s
Interact Club for its outstanding achieve-
ments. | Honolulu Sunrise was pleased to
welcome Kim Green’s guests Ben Coffman
and Jeff Bourke. | Past President Margit
Watts, Linda Santos and June Nakamura
welcomed guest Bob Brick.

The 101st RI Convention
Thousands of Rotarians from around the
world converged to celebrate the 101st RI
Convention in Montréal, Québec, Canada.
More at

           FOUR-WAY TEST
    1. Is it the truth?
             Oia ‘i‘o i keia o‘lelo
    2. Is it fair to all concerned?
              Kupono ia ka kou
    3. Will it build goodwill and
       better friendships?
             Kukulu lokomaika ‘i a ‘e
    4. Will it be beneficial to
       all concerned?
             Pono ia ka kou

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