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					                         PEARL HARBOR HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB
                           “E Pae pae I Luna Loa I Ka Malamalama”
                                  “Hold High the Light of Knowledge”
                                       Chartered: April 16, 1964
                                        Editor: Charles Kapua
                                             Aukake 2005
                                   President Henry “Kaipo” Kanahele
                                   BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
                                   August 23, 2005; Wednesday; 7:00P.M.
                              Po`alua, Aukake, Iwakalua-kuma-kolu, kaukani-kuma-lima,
                                              Hola ehiku ahiahi
                                        Uni-Cold Corporation Office
                                             3140 Ualena Street
                                 GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
                                  Aukake 27, 2005; Saturday; 10:00 a.m.
                         Po`aono, Aukake, Iwakalua kuma-hiku, kaukani-kuma-lima
                                           Hola`umi kakahiaka
                                 Neal Blaisdell Park - Makai/Ewa Corner
Aloha to all Ohana of Pearl Harbor,
        Our Club continues to be very busy in August 2005. Our club sent off our scholarship recipients to
college wishing them well and assisting them in their quest to gain a college education with some
financial assistance. The Pearl Harbor Hawaiian Civic Club is proud of our scholarship recipients who are
all excellent students.
        August is PHHCC’s turn to clean Mauna`ala and affords our club an opportunity to renew our
bond with our Ali`i by cleaning the chapel and crypt and reflecting on our history. This is also the month
that we honor Queen Liliu`okalani at Ali`i Sunday on August 28, 2005 at Kawaiaha`o Church. We meet
in front of the Church at 8:00a.m. We will make purple crown flower lei’s to decorate Kawaiaha`o for the
service and then have a service at the Queen’s statue after church.
        We managed to also fit in a fundraiser at Kapi`olani Park for the Ki`hoalu concert. Mahalo to Toni
Lee for chairing this event and to all those who helped to make it a success.
        We recognize our last charter member in this newsletter. Antoinette “Toni” Lee is an active
member and an officer of this club for the past 41 years. Toni has held every office in our club except
Treasurer. Many say that they have watched her grow in our club and watched her take leadership roles in
the O`ahu District Council and then moved to the Association level where she now sits as President of the
Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs which has become a National Organization.. You want to learn and
understand the Hawaiian Civic Club movement, have a conversation with Toni Lee. She will excite you
and invite you to become involved in our club. Before long the Hawaiian Civic Clubs and Pearl Harbor
Hawaiian Civic Club will become a way of life for you and your family. Her “HIKI NO” attitude is very
infectious. Mahalo to Toni Lee for all you do for our club, the O`ahu District Council, and the Association
of Hawaiian Civic Clubs.
        Don’t forget our meeting has changed from Thursday (Aug. 25, 2005) to Saturday (Aug. 27,
2005). This meeting will be held at Blaisdell Park at 10:00 AM. It is a “pot luck” meeting and don’t forget
to bring your own chairs.

Aloha Mai,
Kaipo Kanahele
        The Association of Hawaiian Civic Club’s 46th Annual Convention information is available. The
Convention will be held at the Fairmont Orchid Hotel on the Kohala Coast, October 23-30, 2005. The
Theme is: Ho`ikaika ka Waiwai Na`auao O Na `Oiwi “Strengthen the Value of Wisdom for the Future”.
Activities to look forward to are:
        Two Historic Sites Tours one on Tuesday, October 25th to Waimea O Ka `Aina Ua Kipu`upu`u,
Historic Parker Ranch and Beloved `Imiola Congregational Church and the second tour is on Wednesday,
October 26th to North Kohala and King Kamehameha’s Birth Place.
        There will be a Golf Tournament at Waikaloa Village Country Club on Tuesday, October 25th
with tee time set for 9:00 a.m.
        Thursday, October 27th, there will be a Ho`olaule`a.
        Friday, October 28th, there will be a President’s Luncheon, a Kupuna Wisdom Workshop and the
`Aha Mele Dinner and Concert.
        Saturday, October 29th after the Plenary Session there will be Hawaiian Games, Card Games;
Kamau and Cribbage in the afternoon and that evening there will be a Aha`aina and Holoku Parade.
Convention Packets were available at our General Membership Meeting, on Saturday, August 27, 2005.
Bring your checkbook your money’s are due for the activities you selected to participate at our 46th
AOHCC Annual Convention. Moana Sanders, Convention Chair will be at the meeting on Saturday to
collect your money.

       PHHCC will hold its General Membership Meeting on Saturday, August 27, 2005 at Neal
Blaisdell Park at 10:00A.M. - 2:00P.M. We will be sewing lei’s for Sunday’s Ali`i Sunday on August 28,
2005 at Kawaiahao Church which will honor Queen Lili`uokalani.
       We need purple Crown Flowers, pick as much as you can get – drop them off or bring them to the
meeting at Blaisdell Park beginning at 10:00A.M.
       This will be a pot luck, Kaipo Kanahele and Tweetie Sasaki are in charge of food.

        Paige Barber passed away on August 1, 2005 from Leukemia. Our condolences go out to her
family. Paige was charter a member of Waianae HCC; her parents founded the club and she, sister GeGe
Kawelo and their familiy have been a corner stone of that club and their parents would have been so
proud of them for keeping the club going. Paige’s wake was held on Saturday evening and she was
buried on Sunday. Many, many people came to celebrate her life.

        A rally to support Kamehameha School was held on Saturday, August 6, 2005. This rally came as
a result of a 9th Federal Circuit Court decision when two out of three Federal Court Judges voted to admit
a non-Hawaiian into Kamehameha Schools. This rally drew a support of approximately 15,000 Hawaiians
and Non-Hawaiians, everyone either wore red, black or blue. Members that we know of that marched
were Barbara Mateo-Kihano and Gerald Gomes. Attending the Rally were Toni Lee, Momi and Luther
Keana`aina, Patrick Sniffen, Maraea Ynigues and Charles Kapua.
        Pearl Harbor Hawaiian Civic Club awarded six scholarships last month to our Scholarship
recipients. The Scholarship Committee met at Chairman, Ku`ulei Reyes’ home on July 24, 2005. Almost
30 applications were passed out, only six responded. The Committee allocated $250 each to the Dr.
George H. Mills and Dorothy Gillett Scholarships that are managed by the Kamehameha Schools. The
Committee reported that all of our applicants were excellent. The following received scholarships:
        Kekai Crabbe, Pepperdine University majoring in Civil Engineering and Math
        Nani-Hoku Ferris, UH West Oahu, Justice Administration
        Charold Goeas, UH Manoa, Elementary Special Education
        Jacie Anuhea Keli`ia`a, UH Manoa, Nursing
        Tiffiny Pohai Keli`ia`a-Fernandez, UH Manoa, Hawaiian Studies

The Committee consisted of:
       From the General Membership:
              Tiare Jamias
              Dr. Hamilton McCubbin
              Kelley Nakagawa
       From the Board of Directors:
              Chrissy Anjo
              Leilani Irvine
              Maile Puahala
Mahalo to the Committee and Chair, Ku`ulei Reyes for a job well done. Ho`omaika`i to all the recipients.
Study Hard! A total of $7,300 was awarded.

        Pearl Harbor members gathered Saturday, 20 August 2005 at 0830 to clean Mauna`ala. Many
hands made the labor of love very easy. The task was completed in an hour. Curator, Bill Maioho
gathered our members and gave them a bit of history at the crypt and the Kamehameha Plot. Our
members Teri and Clifford Loo who are responsible for the Oahu District Council Mauna`ala Clean Up
met our President Kaipo Kanahele and his son Kahi very early.
        This was a first time for some of our members who turned out to pay tribute to our Ali`i.
Members who were there are: Luther Keana`aina, Momi Keana`aina, Cheryl Kapua , Donovan Nacapuy,
Ronnie Nacapuy, Dee Dee Maika, Maydeen Maika, Toni Lee, Barbara Mateo Kihano, Percy Kihano,
Charles Kapua, Michael Kapua, Nicolas Kapua, Puna Kapua, Ku`uhuna Takaki, Maraea Ynigues and
friend Aieko.
        Mahalo to all that attended. It’s always a good feeling to reconnect ourselves with our Ali`i. This
prepares us for our tribute to Queen Lili`uokalani and attend her Ali`i Sunday this Sunday, 28 August
2005 at Kawaiaha`o Church. Come out and join us, wear your Club Uniform or red and white. We line
up at 8:00 a.m.

        On Thursday, 25 August 2005, Aloha Festivals will crown the Mo`i for 2005 at their Investiture.
This beautiful event will take place at Honolulu Hale at 5:30 p.m. Pearl Harbor Members will be
Ushering, seating the guests that attend the Investiture. Members please wear your Club uniforms and be
there at 4:45 p.m.
        You should have all received a letter from the Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs’, President,
Toni Lee on how important it is to protect existing Native Hawaiian Rights, lands, resources and
programs. These include the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act, Office of Hawaiian Affairs, and federal
education, housing, and health programs for Native Hawaiians. We believe passage of the Akaka Bill
may also assist in protecting the Kamehameha Schools admissions policy of preference to Native
        Have you signed the letter and mailed it back in the pre-addressed envelope? If not please do so
now! Let us work together, “Alu Like Kakou!”, for the betterment of our people and protection of our

         Do you want to know how the Native Hawaiian Recognition Act of 2005, known as the Akaka
Bill will affect your job, your family, your community, your state and Native Hawaiians? Come meet and
listen to Dr. Patricia Zell on Thursday, evening, 25 August 2005 at 7:00 p.m. at the Mission Memorial
Auditorium next to Honolulu Hale. This meeting will be right after the Aloha Festivals Investiture right
next door. Come, bring your Ohana, Friends and co-workers. Free parking will be available in the Civic
Center Parking Structure after 5:00 p.m .in Honolulu Hale.

        The Slack Key Guitar Festival was held on Sunday, August 21, 2005. Our club had a “Snack
Booth” a first for PHHCC, we enjoyed experimenting on creating a very innovative menu of snacks.
        We sold kulolo from Kaua`i; poi mochi; corn on the cob; our Premium Coffee; Okinawan sweet
potato; watermelon; assorted potato chip packs; apricot & prune mui; mango slices; Pineapple plain and
with “Ling Hing Mui”; assorted fruits (cantaloupe, honeydew melon, with ling hing mui); ling hing mui
apples; oranges cut in-half with li hing mui seed in the center.
        Mahalo to all who donated and prepared the interesting fun assortment of snacks. Those who
donated and attended our fund raiser were Chrissy Anjo; Juanita Kawamoto-Brown, Val & Mahi Crabbe,
the Dias `ohana, the Gomes `ohana, Cheryl Kapua & `ohana, Ronnie Nacapuy, Betty & Sam Keli`ia`a,
Pohai & Moani Keli`ia`a-Fernandez, Sharyn Hea, Puaaloha Kahoiwai, Leilani Irvine, Alohanani Jamias,
Maydeen Maika, Puna Kapua, Clarence Kelley, Toni Lee & `ohana, Aunty Josie Lum, Alberta Low &
`ohana, Clifford & Teri Loo, JodiAnn Jackson, Ku`ulei & Joe Reyes, Moana Sanders, Barbara Mateo
Kihana, Percy Kihano, Pi`imauna Gora, Charles Kapua and Daniell “Lovey” Bidondo (Toni Lee’s
        The music was awesome and everyone had a wonderful day. Mahalo, to all that participated.
We’re waiting to find out how well we did.

       Please BRING your checkbooks to the meeting on Saturday, all convention fees are due – NOW!
Carefully look over your Convention brochure and select what you would like to attend. Moana Sanders
our Convention Chairperson will be ready to collect those fees and your registration fees.

       Pearl Harbor Hawaiian Civic Club will begin their choral practice on Monday, September 12,
2005 at 7:15pm – 8:30pm beneath Kawaiahao Church. These practices will be every Mondays until
October 17. Members who are attending and not our AOHCC Convention 2005 are encouraged to join us.
There will be concert in Honolulu on October 1st. Come and join us if you like to sing and play an
instrument. Our Choral Director is Nola Nahulu. For more information please contact Toni Lee at
       Moana Sanders is collecting new/unused Christmas cards to give her classmate, Henrietta Lyman,
who is a volunteer Chaplain at the Halawa Correctional Facility. These greeting cards will be given to the
inmates so they have something to send their families and friends. There are about 1,700 inmates. You
may bring your cards to our next General Membership Meetings. There will be a bag set aside to collect
them. A big mahalo and God’s blessing to you in advance for your doantion.

      The Office of Hawaiian Affairs held a press conference by the front steps of I`olani Palace on
Monday, August 22, 2005. PHHCC members in attendance amongst the approximately 400 people there
were Toni Lee, Barbara Mateo-Kihano and her two grand-daughters, Leilani Irvine, and Charles Kapua.

August 23    PHHCC Board Meeting
August 25    Aloha Festivals Investiture (Honolulu City Hall (5:00pm)
             Mission Memorial Auditorium – Patricia Zell (7:00pm)
August 26    Pick Purple Crown Flowers for Ali`i Sunday (3:00pm-5:00pm)
August 27    PHHCC General Meeting (10:00am-2:00pm)
August 28    Ali`i Sunday (Queen Liliu`okalani)
September 5 Labor Day
September 8 Aloha Festivals “Opening Ceremony”
September 9 Aloha Festivals Waikiki Ho`olaulea
September 12 Choral Practice begins
September 16 Aloha Festivals Downtown Ho`olaulea
September 17 Aloha Festivals Parade (Begin Ewa end Ala Moana Park to Kapiolani Park)
September 19 PHHCC Choral Practice
September 23 Aloha Festivals Falsetto Concert (Royal Hawaiian Hotel – Monarch Room)
September 26 PHHCC Choral Practice
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AIEA, HAWAI`I, 96701




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