HOA`AINA O MAKAHA Annual Open House

HOA`AINA O MAKAHA

and

MAKAHA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

an invitation for you

to our

ANNUAL FARM OPEN HOUSE

SATURDAY MAY 1, 2010 from 2:00 -5:00 PM

We would like to invite you to a special celebration of the NINE AHUPUA`A OF WAI’ANAE

Each grade from Makaha Elementary School will offer stories, songs, food, crafts, dances from the different ahupua’a

Come, enjoy – bring your family and friends — your presence is special to us

Mahalo
the students, the staff of Makaha Elementary School and Hoa’Aina O Makaha

Public Invited to E Ala Canoe’s Homecoming (April 20-May 1, 2010)

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E Ala voyaging canoe captains Sam Kapoi, Kaina Holomalia, and Waimea McKeague, all young men from the Wai`anae Coast, will be sailing the E Ala voyaging canoe to the Wai`anae Coast. The E Ala was built by the community under the leadership of the Wai`anae Hawaiian Civic Club.
The E Ala will be sailed from the Maritime Education Training Center (METC) at Sand Island to the Wai`anae Coast April 20-22, 2010. Thanks to the hard work of Polynesian Voyaging Society, Nanakuli High & Intermediate School, Wai`anae High School, and many others, the captains and crew of the canoe are all young adults from our Wai`anae Coast. The public is invited to participate in this exciting event. The tentative details are as follows:
3 Day Sail from METC – MAKUA – NANAKULI – POKA’I BAY· Tuesday, April 20 (Time TBD) – Sail from METC – MAKUA· Wednesday, April 21 – Sail from MAKUA – NANAKULI· Thursday, April 22 (Sail from NANAKULI – POKA’I BAY – Arrival Ceremony at 8:30am)Return Sail from POKA’I BAY – METC· Saturday, May 1 (Time TBD)
The community is welcome to participate anytime in the events occurring from April 20 – May 1, but during the mornings from April 26-30, E Ala will be hosting elementary school children from 8am to 1:30pm.
For further information, email: ealawaianae@gmail.com.
UPDATE: SIGN PETITION URGING THE CITY TO ALLOW THE E ALA TO RETURN HOME TO THE WAI`ANAE COAST! CLICK ON THIS LINK TO SIGN THE PETITION:
http://www.thepetitionsite.com/2/urge-the-city-to-allow-e-ala-canoe-to-return-to-pokai-bay

Adopt-A-Stream/Adopt-A-Block Maili/Nanakuli/Wai`anae Volunteer Day 4/24/10

Aloha Neighborhood Security Watch (NSW) & Citizens Patrol (CP) Members Coordinators & Friends;

Your Help & Participation is requested at the Adopt-A-Stream/Adopt-A-Stream Program
for our neighborhood area Streams & Blocks.

Program Sponsor: City & County oof Honolulu Adopt-A-Stream/Adopt-A-Stream Program is seeking neighborhood volunteers…

Please see the attached flyer HERE and follow the Registration Instructions…

Please let me know how many volunteers from your respective groups will patricipate…

For any question please feel free to contact me… info provided below…

Mahalo for your time,

Sam…

MPO-M-II Officer H. Sam Scanlan
Honolulu Police Department
District 8-Kapolei/Waianae
Community Policing Team
1100 Kamokila Blvd.
Kapolei, Hi. 96707
Ph: (808) 723-8407
Fax: (808) 692-4263
e-mail: hscanlan@honolulu.gov

PVT landfill permit extension: Nanakuli residents wait to be heard

Click on the link below to find a March 30, 2010 article regarding the PVT Landfill from The Hawaii Independent:

The Hawaii Independent: waianae
Source: thehawaiiindependent.com