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Hawaiian Clubs & Civic Organizations:
The 'Ainahau O Kaleponi Hawaiian Civic Club this organization's main objective is to preserve and perpetuate our Hawaiian culture. To take an active interest in the civic, economic, social, health and moral welfare of our community and particularly of the people of Native Hawaiian Ancestry, to support programs of benefit to them and to the community.
'Ainahau O Kaleponi Hawaiian Civic Club
12534 Valley View St. #343
Garden Grove, Calif 92845
The Sons Of Hawaii is comprised of a small group of Hawaiians who have dedicated their time & efforts to offering financial aid to college bound high school seniors. This wonderful group ensures their members have fun while giving back to their Hawaiian Community. Please consider joining this great civic organization to help the Sons Of Hawaii send our future professionals & leaders to Universities & Colleges.
Anyone wishing to join the Sons of Hawai'i should contact any member for more information. Applications are available and welcome.
The Sons of Hawai'i need your assistance in furthering their work to help their needy college-bound students.
ANYONE INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR A SONS OF HAWAI'I SCHOLARSHIP MAY CONTACT ANY MEMBER FOR THE PROPER FORMS TO SUBMIT.
ALL COMPLETED APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE SENT TO:
SONS OF HAWAI'I SCHOLARSHIP
c/o Ray Caballero
2751 Frances Avenue
La Crescenta CA 91214
The Hawaii's Daughters Guild promotes and works to retain the culture of the native Hawaiian people through the development and practice of the distinctive Hawaiian crafts and talents passed down from their ancestors.. Through their scholarship program, their organization's mission is to help further the education of deserving women of Polynesian ancestry.
Hawai`i’s Daughters Guild
18016 Western Avenue #114
Gardena, CA 90248
The Hawaiian Community Center Association dedicated to perpetuating and preserving the Hawaiian Culture by 1) hosting the annual Ho'oulu Lahui Craft & Cultural Fair where workshops are conducted to share in a day of exchange, the traditional dance, music, language, values and traditions, and arts and crafts of the people of Hawai'i; 2) supporting local na halau and their cultural presentations of music and dance; 3) organizing community events that bring visibility and revenue into the Hawaiian community; and 4) by participating in various fundraising events in support of local community organizations.
Each year, support is asked of the HCCA to coordinate special events in the community that do not appear in its annual budget allocations. Events such as concerts that feature talent from Hawai'i and workshops that are needs-specific. The annual Ho'oulu Lahui Cultural Fair is an example of the work that HCCA does and is the result of a need to bring local halau together for one day each year to share each other's experiences. It is a time to rekindle old friendships, a time to experience first hand the values and traditions of the Hawaiian people, a time to learn, and a time to grow. It serves as a cultural enrichment experience that contributes to the perpetuation and preservation of the Hawaiian culture. It is a social event that brings the community together in the spirit of aloha (love) and lokahi (unity).
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Hui O Hawaii of San Diego was formed to preserve the cultural heritage of Hawaii, creating and fostering a spirit of Aloha between the community and the people of Hawaii by taking an active interest in civic, social and moral welfare of the community.
Bonds of friendship, good fellowship and mutual understanding are but a small part of this organization.
Upon these principals, the HUI-O-HAWAII of SAN DIEGO conducts its continuing efforts to preserve our heritage.
Some of our activities include a monthly (every third Tuesday) social dinner gathering that feature volunteer individuals, group or family cooks doing their favorite dish, entertainment, invited speakers, a raffle and an evening of sharing with old/new members and family.
Hui O Hawaii of San Diego
242 Lakeview Ave
Spring Valley, Ca 91977
The Lei Hulu of California organization was founded by the late Aunty Mary Kahihilani Duarte-Kovich. Lei Hulu's mission is to preserve the cultural heritage of Hawai'i through increasing awareness & perpetuating the knowledge and art of ancient Hawaiian feathercraft. Lei Hulu conducts weekly instructional classes free to anyone interested in learning this unique & noble Polynesian art.
Members offer weekly classes in this ancient art to others regardless of native origin, & with an emphasis on those of Hawaiian ancestry and organizations that provide service to the Hawaiian community.
Lei Hulu of California
206 East 220th Street
Carson, CA 90745
Na Mamo's mission is to participate in community service & educational enrichment opportunities, build leadership skills & expand Hawaiian Culture exposure and understanding. Na Mamo offers workshops and lectures featuring Lei Making, History of Cultural Practices including Ho`oponopono, Hawaiian Genealogy, Surfing, Hula and Chant & Hawaiian Native Issues.
This wonderful club is currently working with The Nature Conservancy of Hawai`i on the island Moloka`i to help preserve what is left of the native plant and animal population. Na Mamo sponsors the wildly popular E Hula Mau competition held annually on Labor Day weekend in Long Beach.
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Island Lifestyle LINKS:
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hilohattie.com fun Hawaiian souvenirs, gourmet treats & Aloha shirts
isurfing.com largest online guide to surfer websites
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