8th Annual Keiki Spring Fest ❀ FRIDAY✿ 4/26/13 ❁ Wai’anae District Park

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“Tumble Bus” indicated on flyer, will not be available this year.

Actors and Hula Dancers Needed

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On Friday, 4/26/13, 6-8pm, the play “Hui Aloha” will be performed at Leeward Community College – Wai`anae.

The play focuses on women who gathered signatures protesting the annexation of Hawai`i by the United States. Light refreshments will be served.


Here is a link to LCC-Wai`anae’s website:

Donation request re WHS students: costs to attend National Medical Competitio​n

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Waianae High School (WHS) seniors have one last wish before graduation. They hope to raise enough money for “Project Graduation,” which will enable them to spend a final night celebrating graduation with their fellow classmates.Coordinated by Waianae parents, students and the community, Project Graduation is an all-night, substance-free party held for the school’s new graduates. All graduating students are invited to participate in the event. Adult volunteers will chaperone the event.“It is urgent that we support this is post-graduation party, which is less than a month away,”said Sen. Maile Shimabukuro, who represents Kalaeloa, Honokai Hale, Ko Olina, Nanakuli, Maili, Waianae, Makaha and Makua.
“I encourage the community to support Waianae’s graduating seniors so that they can celebrate in a safe, adult-supervised environment.”Waianae Seniors hope to raise $10,000 for the event. Activities, entertainment, food and prizes are part of the fun-filled night.
“We have 2 big fundraisers coming up, a Pizza Hut Fundraiser on April 29th and May 13th, as well as an end of the year Zumba Fitness Fundraiser happening on May 4th ($10). We have been selling Headshot coupons ($10) all year long, and have recently started selling IsleDiscount (ID) Cards($20),” wrote Nikki Kay, who has continued to serve as Chairperson for WHS’s Project Grad for the past several years.Tax Deductable Donations can be made to:WHS Project Graduation
Waianae High School
c/o Nikki Kay
85-251 Farrington High Way
Waianae, Hawaii 96792For more information, contact:

Nikki Kay, Chairperson

Job Openings


Ke Ola Mamo – Native Hawaiian Health Care System for Oahu is recruiting for the following positions:

For details on the positions please contact Margaret Kalamau PHR BA, Human Resource Manager at mkalamau@keolamamo.org.

  • Fiscal Officer – CPA
  • Certified Medical Coder/Biller – part time
  • Front Office Receptionist