LCCW Bake Sale For Student Activities on 11/30/09

Some of the friendly and dedicated staff of Leeward Community College-Wai`anae.Click the photo to view a past newsletter.

Donations of food items, such as baked goods, snacks, finger foods, sushi, sandwiches, etc. are being sought. Please also come to support the bake sale and spread the word.

What: Holiday Bake Sale!

When: November 30, 2009; from 10am-4pm

Where: Leeward Community College – Waianae

Why: Fundraiser for student activities

Who: For more information, call 696-6378, 721-6592, or email

A blast from the past; LCCW Newsletter a year ago from today…

From: Leeward Community College at Waianae []
Sent: Monday, November 03, 2008 1:39 PM
Subject: LCCW November Newsletter

Aloha LCCW ‘Ohana,
Attached is the LCCW November [2008] newsletter. We had so much to share this month that it’s a page longer than our normal newsletters! We hope you enjoy the many submissions from LCCW students, instructors, and staff.

Happy Election Day, Veterans’ Day, and Thanksgiving!

Leeward Community College at Wai`anae
86-088 Farrington Hwy. #201
Wai`anae, HI 96792
Phone: (808) 696-6378
Fax: (808) 696-4024

Caring for Waianae’s Streams: Ka Wai Ola O Waianae Moku advisory committee meeting

Aloha Kakou,

Our next Ka Wai Ola O Waianae Moku advisory committee meeting is next MONDAY, Nov 30 from 6:30-8:30 pm. We will meet at the Waianae Satellite City Hall multipurpose room.

Debbie Liang (EPA project officer) and Herb Lee (Pacific American Foundation executive director) will be joining us for our meeting. Come early at 6 pm for pupus and to talk story with Debbie and Herb.

Pake and Jolyn, Ka Wai Ola community liaisons, will be calling you this week to encourage and confirm your attendance.

The focus of our advisory committee meeting is two-fold.

1. Prioritize environmental issues for action. To determine which issue the advisory committee will focus future action on, we will evaluate these issues based on whether any other organization is addressing the issue, feasibility of the community addressing the issue, and costs associated with action.

· Illegal dumping in and near streams

· Overdevelopment

· Impaired water bodies/Ag & urban storm water runoff

· Mercury in fish

· Damage to coral resulting from storm water runoff

· Active/Inactive landfills

· Outdoor air quality

· Erosion resulting from fires and aggregate mining

2. Brainstorm actions to address the issue of priority. Once the advisory committee prioritizes the environmental issue, we will spend time brainstorming ideas on the who, what, where, when and how of actions to reduce its impacts on human health and the environment and encourage community involvement. So come with your ideas!

A Hui Hou

Leslie Kahihikolo, Project Director
Pacific American Foundation