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Malama Honua Public Charter School - Final Push for Students Recruitment
Tuesday, 17 April 2012



Public Charter School Commission

Meeting - Thursday, July 10, 2014 

The Commission for the Public Charter Schools will be meeting at 10 am at Queen Liliuokalani Building, Honolulu and as an agenda item will consider the application of Malama Honua Public Charter School (MHPCS) with its review.

The decision should be completed during the meeting and with all indications should be a "fast approval" and the continuation of the MHPCS Board and its student body and parents will continue as they prepare for their "first" year! 



Self-Governance Begins With You...
Friday, 18 November 2011

"Kulia I Ka Nuu" 

Queen Emma was often considered "to fair" since her father married Hawaiian royalty and as a result was overlooked by fellow alii members.  With the passing of  her husband, she unsuccessfully tried to seek an appointment, but remained staunch in her efforts to complete the construction and building of what is now known as, Queen's Medical Center.

Ke Ola Mamo - Mini Health Fair - Saturday, July 19th
Tuesday, 08 November 2011

Ke Ola Mamo, a Native Hawaiian Health Systems

Mini-Health Fair - Saturday, July 19th, 8:00 am - 11:00 am

Waimanalo, Hawaii.  Beginning at 8:00 a.m. SHARP! another "Mini Health" Fair will be held at the Ke Ola Mamo, a Native Hawaiian Health Systems, Waimanalo site located at 41-253 Ilauhole Street, Ka Ho'oilina na Kuhio Ciommunity Center of the Waimanalo Hawaiian Homes Association (WHHA) will be held.

FREE services will be offered by the staff and employees of Ke Ola Mamo include some of the following:

-   Vision Mobile will be located on site to provide free "eye: exams!

-  Other referral services will be offered at the Ke Ola Mamo - Waimanalo office located in the Hale Kuke (Kitchen hale) on the community center campus,

-  One on one counseling and "Health Connector" advisement for anyone interested in learning on "how to take advantage" of the New Affordable Care Act benefits.

Parking will be limited, so arrive early for the best seat in town and to receive FREE giveaways!

"Family History" OPEN House - Saturday, July 19th
Tuesday, 08 November 2011

Waimanalo, Hawaii 

Interested in genealogy - mokuauhau?  Always wanted to start your 'ohana "roots" and its historical background?  You are in luck!

Saturday, July 19, 2014 - beginning at 9:00 am (right after you do your health check up at Ke Ola Mamo's Mini-Health Fair)....head on down to the Waimanalo LDS Ward on the corner of Oluolu Street and Hihimanu Street.

A "Family History" Open House will be held there FREE to everyone in the community and beyond!

Guest speakers, family history consultants and more topics and internet presentations will be done to encourage families and individuals to begin the joy of doing "family history work."

Louise Kealoha, a Waimanalo homesteader and LDS member will be overseeing the event and has done presentations at family reunions on working with family history research and the results.

Parking is available, dress attire should be comfortable and appropriate. 

UH Inter-Varsity 'Ho'olohe Pono" 2014 at Waimanalo
Monday, 11 July 2011


Ho'olohe Pono Celebrates 10th Anniversary

at Ka Ho'oilina na Kuhio Community Center 

On Sunday, July 6, 2014 "Ho'olohe Pono" a group of students and supporters from the University of Hawai'i at Manoa including neighbor islands, mainland and foreign countries visits and spend a week of Christian faith building, spiritual renewal and fellowship on the grounds of Ka Ho'oilina na Kuhio Community Center for about a week.

"It has been 10 years since we've been visiting and spending our time and volunteer work at the center and appreciate all of the work and aloha from the Waimanalo Hawaiian Homes Association and Na Kuhio Ike for allowing all of this to happen." commented Moanikeala Sitch, Ho'olohe Pono Coordinator.

"Since 2005 we have been blessed with the opportunity  to provide the use of the center for Moani and her group to consistently build, nurture and provide opportunities to "give back via volunteer services" to our community and beyond" added WHHA President Paul Richards.

Ho'olohe Pono has coordinated and participated in volunteer projects ranging from lo'i maintenance, project building at Kalaupapa, Moloka'i, serving lunch at the Waimanalo Kupuna Complex and offering evening workshops from the recent "re-enactment of the Overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom" with Dr. Keanu Sai, Dr. Lynette Cruz and others this past Tuesday evening.

We look forward to the continued collaboration with Ho'olohe Pono and our Waimanalo homestead association.

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