LCC-Wai`anae Fundraising Yard Sale Oct. 8-9!

Title: LCC-Wai`anae Fundraising Yard Sale Oct. 8-9!
Who: LCC-Wai`anae students and staff
What: Yard Sale Fundraiser
When: Saturday & Sunday (Oct. 8-9, 2011), 8am-2pm
Why: Raise money for the student activities fund
Where: 86-024 Glenmonger Street, Wai`anae (corner of Pokai Bay & Glenmonger Streets)
 Yard sale donations may be dropped off at LCCW or 86-024 Glenmonger St. For more information, contact Summer Miles at summerls@lcc.hawaii.edu or 721-6592.

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Ka Leo ‘O Nanakuli News Media website is back up

FROM: ROBIN KITSU

I just wanted to share with you that the Ka Leo ‘O Nanakuli News Media website is back up again and we hope you will enjoy the stories that my News Media students create.  Yes, the news media program is the other hat I wear besides the NPAC.

The Ka Leo ‘O Nanakuli news program is responsible for the school newspaper and news website.  I actually ran the program for over 12 years, but over the last two years, the program had no students willing to do the job, so the paper and website died.  However, this year we have a bunch of students who wanted to learn journalism skills as well as I am teaching a AVID class and having them also work on stories.

In addition, several of these students are working on the PBS Hiki No Student Television News Show.

We plan on constantly updating the site as well as doing tweaks in the format.  We hope you enjoy the news that is coming out of Nanakuli.

Thanks

Robin
Here is the website address for Ka Leo ‘O Nanakuli:

http://nhiskaleo.com/nhiskaleo/Nanakuli_High_and_Inter_Ka_Leo_O_Nanakuli_News.html
Here is the website address for Hiki No:

http://www.pbshawaii.org/hikino/index.php

36th Annual Rell Sunn Menehune Surfing Championships

Nov. 25-26, 2011 at Makaha Beach

Menehune Triple Lei of Surfing
Bodyboarding, Shortboarding, Longboarding


Please Kokua (click on the flyer below for more information)
Contact Jan Sunn-Carreira
jan@rellsunn.com
Rell Sunn Education Fund (Nonprofit 501c3)
84-012 Makau Street
Makaha, HI 96792
Tel. 949.829.1036
Cell 949.795.8268
http://www.RellSunn.com

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Job Announcements for Ka Wai Ola O Waianae

Pacific American Foundation is expecting an Environmental Protection Agency award for Community Action for a Renewed Environment (CARE) Level 2 grant on October 1st!

This grant award will enable us to implement our action plan to reduce non-point source pollution and mitigate illegal dumping along the Wai`anae Coast.

Once we are awarded the contract, we will hire 1 COMMUNICATION COORDINATOR and 3 TASK FORCE COORDINATORS.  PAF is currently requesting resumes for these positions through Sept 24th.  You are all invited to apply – or forward to someone you think might be interested.

Job announcements were posted in:
·         West Side Stories (http://www.pcshawaii.com/wss/Newspaper.html – pages 4 and 12),
·         Pacific American Foundation website (http://thepaf.org/career.php) and on
·         Craig’s List  (http://honolulu.craigslist.org/oah/npo/2585737991.html) and (http://honolulu.craigslist.org/oah/npo/2585730003.html)

Thus far we have had 5 people apply for the communication coordinator position but no one for the task force coordinator positions.

Please encourage qualified applicants in your community to submit their resumes!

Mahalo nui loa!

Leslie Kahihikolo, Project Director
Pacific American Foundation
146 Hekili Street, Suite 203
Kailua, HI 96734
808.728.7991

Children & Youth Hour – Saturday October 1

Aloha All!

We are having a free activity hour of fun & fitness at Maili Beach Park on Saturday, October 1st at 5pm.

We are going to see how it goes and if our community likes to we will work on keeping it an ongoing thing for our keiki.

The ages are 7-18, or younger if parents will participate. It’s going to be great! I hope to see many of our community families.


Ms. Sharlette L. K. Poe, Jr.
Waianae, Hawaii
Cell: 808-548-1771
Email: sharpoe@sharsonmonument.com

Survey seeking input from community on what long-term vision of change should look like.


FROM:
Ku’ulani M. Keohokalole, M.A.
Project Analyst, Ka Pua
Public Education Support Division (PEdS)
Kamehameha Schools
567 S. King Street, Suite 100
Honolulu, HI 96813

The survey is linked here: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/96792community

This will just be one round of surveying, so we hope to collect responses by Oct 1st, but the gathering of community input and feedback will be ongoing throughout the process. If you have questions about the larger initiative, please visit: www.ksbe.edu/kapua

ColorWhims – ‘One Stop’ Professional Party Entertainment Service

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