Jobs & Training Available: Fair Housing Testers

Become a fair housing tester, and help prevent housing discrimination. Applicants must pass selection and training process.

Earn a $35 stipend per day, plus mileage.

For more information, contact:

Ruth Jones
Legal Aid Society of HI


L-R: Bottom row – Kasey, Ka’ili, & Keola; Middle row – Julie & Maryellen Pilila’au; Top row – Ike, Maria & Debbie Mahoe. In relation to Herbert Ka’ili Pilila’au, the children are the great-grand-nephews & niece; Maryellen is his sister-in-law; Julie & Debbie are nieces; and Maria & Ike are grand-nieces. [Click on the photo for a full-sized view]

On 11/11/09, the relatives of Wai`anae Medal of Honor recipient Herbert Ka’ili Pilila`au attended the annual Veteran’s Day ceremony. Each year the ceremony is hosted by the Wai`anae Coast’s Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, and Ladies Auxiliary; Wai`anae and Nanakuli High School JROTC programs; the staff of the Herbert K. Pilila`au Army Recreation Center, and other volunteers.

Commander Rocky Nae’ole served as the master of ceremonies, and Senate President Colleen Hanabusa, Councilman Todd Apo, Rep. Karen Awana, and Rep. Maile Shimabukuro also spoke. Several speakers acknowledged the Wai`anae Coast’s three Medal of Honor recipients: Shinyei Nagamine, Yeiki Kobashigawa, and Herbert K. Pilila`au.

Several speakers acknowledged the Pilila`au `ohana, who sat in the audience. As you can see from the photo, the Pilila`au’s are familiar faces on our Wai`anae Coast. We are so grateful for the pride they have brought to our community.

After the ceremony, Ike Mahoe, Herbert K. Pilila`au’s grand niece, wrote: “If there is anything else you would like to know about my grand uncle or our family please feel free to contact me at Mahalo for your time and all your kind words today. Our family appriciates you all.”

Mahalo nui loa to ALL VETERANS, RESERVISTS, AND ACTIVE-DUTY MILITARY MEN & WOMEN. We are eternally grateful for your sacrifice!!

Access To Recovery Program seeking Pro Bono Legal Advisor

Access To Recovery is a leading program in Hawaii that is assisting to affect positive recovery outcomes for substance abuse clients committed to the recovery process, on the Island of Oahu within the Child Welfare System.

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD) is the State agency that has been designated as the division of the Hawaii State Department of Health with the responsibility to administer Federal funds for implementing the Access To Recovery Project.
Currently, as year 3 funding draws to a close, a new board (non-Profit 501(c3) consisting of current ATR providers & community members are working on taking what is great about the ATR program & is evaluating the existing aspects of the Hawaii ATR model to identify a format for moving forward in an informed, evolving strategic plan to sustain the model beyond the end of the current ATR program which ends September 22, 2010.

We are in need of a Pro-Bono Legal Advisor to sit on our Board of Directors. The Board of Directors meets twice a month for approximately 2hrs.

If you or anyone in your organization is interested in this endeavour, please contact A.T.R. Director Bernie Strand (808) 692-7522 or myself Sean Donohue 697-7300

Thank you for your assistance.

Sean Donohue
Case Manager
Kahikolu ‘Ohana Hale ‘O Wai’anae
85-296 Ala Hema Street
Wai’anae, HI 96792
Ph. (808) 697-7300 Fax (808) 697-7340