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									                              PEARL HARBOR HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB
                                    “E Paepae I Luna Loa I Ka Malamalama”
                                     “Hold High the Light of Knowledge”
                                      Chartered: April 16, 1964
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                                    Malaki `Elua Kaukani Kuma`umi
                                                 March 2010
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                                      President Valerie “Val” Crabbe
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                                      BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
                                      Tuesday, March 16, 2010; 7:00P.M.
                              Po`alua, Malaki umikumaono `elua kaukani kuma`umi,
                                               Hola `ehiku `auinala
                                             1963 Ho`olaulea Street
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                                   GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
                                           Thursday, March 18, 2010
                                    Salt Lake District Park 6:30pm-8:00pm
                                 Po`aha,, Malaki `umikumawalu `elua kaukani kuma`umi
                                   Hapalua-Hola `eiwa ahiahi – Hola `ewalu ``auinala
                                            Salt Lake District Park
                                            1159 Ala lilikoi Street
                                               Phone 831-7100
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Aloha Members,
               Happy St. Patrick’s Day!!!
        Mahalo to those who participated in the Great Aloha Run – Water Station #1, craft demonstration at
Royal Hawaiian Hotel, ushering the Prince Kuhio Concert, moving PHHCC items from storage in Halawa to
Pearl City and attending Ali`i Sunday (please see events in our newsletter).
        Our Association President has done a great job communicating all that is happening at the legislature
concerning native Hawaiians. I will try to keep you informed through the newsletter as well as at our monthly
general membership meetings. We are also seeking people to walk in the Diabetes Walk this weekend, Sunday,
March 20. Please sign up at the meeting with Monte Hess.
        I’m glad we all survived the Tsunami and I’m sure some of us were more prepared than others. Let us
take the opportunity to prepare ourselves for whatever unexpected disaster may come our way.
                                 “Moe pono ke kanaka i ka hale i laka `ia a pa`a”
                           “One sleeps well and need not fear when they are prepared”
Aloha Pumehana,
Val Crabbe

IMPORTANT!!!!-NEW MEETING PLACE AND TIME!
        Pearl Harbor Hawaiian Civic Club had to find a new home. Halawa Gym is undergoing renovations.
This Thursday, March 18 our club will meet at Salt Lake District Park at 1159 Ala Lilikoi Street as we did
several years ago. If you need instructions call the park at 831-7100 or call Alberta Low at 455-9400.
        We are meeting on the THIRD THURSDAY of every month, at 6:30 p.m. until further notice. We are
not sure when the construction will be completed at Halawa Gym. Please mark your calendars; we will now
meet on the third Thursday of every month instead of the fourth Thursday.

***RENEWAL OF MEMBERSHIP DUES
       This is a friendly reminder that the renewal of your membership dues is now being accepted. Please
remit your dues NOW! The cost of your dues is $20.00 for regular and associate members and `opio members
are $10.00. Send your dues to P. O. Box 66, Aiea, Hawai`i, 96701.
26TH ANNUAL GREAT ALOHA RUN                               She spoke on the navigation before the compass,
        Again as in the past 25 years Pearl Harbor        sextant and clocks and more recently, the satellite-
Hawaiian Civic Club has manned the first water            dependant Global Positioning System (GPS).
station for the 26th Annual Great Aloha Run. This         Polynesians navigated open ocean voyages without
event was held on Monday, February 15, 2010; and          instruments, through careful observation of natural
we manned Water Station #1 on the corner of               signs.
Pu`uloa Road and Nimitz Highway. “Mahao Piha”
to Uncle Sam Kei`ia`a and Aunty Betty Keli`ia`a           DALE NOBLE AWARD
for chairing and their dedication to this event for the           The O`ahu Choral Society honored Aaron
past many, many, many years.                              David Mahi for his contributions to the arts in
        PHHCC club members at Water Station #1            Hawaii at its annual fundraising banquet “Vivace!”
were; Toni Lee, Alberta Low, Jill Akana, Chrissy          on Saturday, February 27, 2010. O`ahu Choral
Anjo, Kaonohi Borden, Francine Gora, Monte Hess,          Society is the administrative body that supports the
Charles Kapua, Cheryl Kapua, Michael Kapua,               Honolulu Symphony Chorus and the Honolulu
Puna Kapua, Betty Keli`ia`a, Sam Keli`ia`a,               Chamber Choir. In its ninth year, the O`ahu Choral
Florence Kong Kee, Maydeen Maika, Joe Maluo,              Society’s banquet presents the Dale Noble Award
Sharon Maluo, Nohea Maluo-Walker, Ronnie                  honoring individuals who have helped the musical
Nacapuy, Lorna Pacheco, Moana Sanders, Ipo,               community of Honolulu in meaningful ways.
Keola, & Kurt Wong.                                               The O`ahu Choral Society honored Aaron
        Mahalo Nui Loa to our mo`opuna group in           David Mahi with the 2010 Dale R. Noble Award.
training Keikilani Hagiwara, Keanu Hagiwara,              Aaron Mahi was the conductor of the Honolulu
Blaine Low, Donovan Nacapuy, and Abigail Kanoe            Symphony and Pops Orchestra from 1988 through
Walker for coming to assist our `ohana. Assisting         1995. He was also the band director for the Royal
our group also were two members from Farmers              Hawaiian Band and he is also the Choral director of
Insurance Company, and four members from the              the Kamehameha Mens’ Glee Club and the
Pearl City Lions Club. PHHCC members are                  Ko`olaupoko Hawaiian Civic Club. With all these
looking forward for next years’ race. We were so          attributes it is about time that Aaron Mahi has been
very honored to have helping us in this event             recognized for his contributions to perpetuate the
Colleen Hanabusa and some of her volunteers.              musical arts of Hawai`i. Ho`omaika`i Aaron!
        Members from PHHCC participating in the                   Toni Lee was the “Mistress of Ceremony”;
race were Kekai Crabbe, Val Crabbe, Pi`imauna             Kaleiaina Lee and Moana Sanders sang as part of a
Gora, Abbie Hanohano, Dre Kalili, Joshua Kamai,           choral group and Charles Kapua attended this
Nicole Kamai with their two children, Arlene Pratt,       auspicious occasion.
Pilialoha Wang, also noted in the crowd were
Patricia Brandt from HCCH, and Joseph Lapilio
President of the O`ahu Council of Hawaiian Civic
Clubs and member of the Makaha HCC.                       HCCH HOLOKU BALL
They all completed the race; “Ho`omaika`i!”                       The Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu
                                                          hosted their annual Holoku Ball at the Royal
                                                          Hawaiian Hotel Monarch Room on March 6, 2010.
DISTINGUISHED LECTURE SERIES                              Honorees for this ball were Deejay Mailer,
       On Friday, February 26, 2010; club                 Mahealani Wendt and the late Dwayne Nakila Steel.
members Val Crabbe, Pi`imauna Gora, Toni Lee              Entertainment was superb with the Kamehameha
and Charles Kapua attended a lecture at Nehelani          Men’s Alumni Glee Club; Aaron Sala and Robert
Banquet & Conference Center on Schofield                  Cazimero took a turn at the piano and Ho`okena
Barracks. This was presented by the Native                were the featured group the evening. Club members
Hawaiian Liason to the Hawaii Garrison                    Toni Lee and Charles Kapua reports what an
Commander of Hawaii.                                      elegant evening it was.
       The theme; “Ho`o Hanohano I Na Ha`i
Olelo” (Distinguished Lecture Series) was about the
Native Hawaiian Voyaging and Navigation that was
presented by Navigator Shantell Ching De Silva.
KIKA CONVENTION
         Grainger Company a wholesale electric         PUALEILANI FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS
motor sales and distribution business was founded              The Pualeilani Festival of the Arts, in
by William W. (Bill) in Chicago in 1927. He            partnership with Kamehameha Schools and the
established the company to provide an efficient        Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center, celebrated the
solution for customers to access a consistent supply   excellence in Hawaiian fine arts, folk arts and
of electric motors. The business was incorporated as   performing arts. This festival provides an
W. W. Grainger, Inc. in 1928. Sales in the early       opportunity for invited Native Hawaiian artists,
days were generated primarily through mail order       musicians, and arts and crafts cultural specialist to
via post cards and a catalog. The Motor Book, as       market their products as well as to share the
the catalog was originally called, was the basis for   historical and cultural significance of their products.
today's Grainger catalog. In 2007 they celebrated 80   Our club member Lorna Pacheco demonstrated
years of serving customers. They had over $6           many lauhala items. Hoomaka`i Lorna!
billion in annual sales. This national company came
to Hawaii and held their annual award convention at
the Royal Hawaiian Hotel with 400+ employees           PRINCE KUHIO FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
throughout the continental United States.              ANNUAL MEETING
         Pearl Harbor Hawaiian Civic Club was                   The Prince Kuhio Federal Credit Union held
                                                             th
tasked on Tuesday, March 9, 2010 to do                 its 16 Annual Membership Meeting at Pearl
demonstration of Hawaiian crafts for these             Country Club on Saturday, March 13, 2010 at
conventioneers. We demonstrated coconut weaving,       6:00pm. Pearl Harbor Hawaiian Civic Club had a
ti-leaf lei making, and lauhala demonstrations.        table of members including Toni Lee, Alberta Low,
Mahalo to, Val Crabbe, Pi`imauna Gora, Jill Akana,     Josie Lum, Moana Sanders, Chrissy Anjo, Clara &
Francine Gora, Lorna Pacheco and Charles Kapua         Ray Motta and Charles Kapua. The grand winner
for coming out to do these craft demonstrations.       was Chrissy Anjo who won $110.00 cash.


                                                       DIABETES WALK
PRINCE KUHIO CHORAL CONCERT                                    The American Diabetes Association is
        On Wednesday, March 10, 2010 the Prince        holding their annual “STEP OUT” “A Walk to
Kuhio Choral Concert was held at Kawaiaha`o            Fight Diabetes”. It will be at Queen Kapiolani Park
Church. This event was hosted by                       on Saturday, March 20, 2010. 7:00am Registration;
Kawaiolaonapulanileo and the Ministry of music at      7:15am Kick-Off; 8:00am Walk Starts; 10:30am
Kawaiaha`o Church; and under the direction of          Events Ends-We Walk Rain or Shine. You can
Artistic Director Nola Nahulu.                         register Online at www.diabetes.org/stepout.
        Performing in this free concert were                   They will begin at Queen Kapiolani Park
Kawaiaha`o Church Choir, Kawaiolaonapukanileo,         Bandstand, head Diamond head on Kalakaua
Hawai`i Youth Opera Chorus, Colla Voce,                Avenue to the end of the park, turn left onto Paki
University of Hawai`i, Manoa Hawaiian Chorus &         Avenue heading Ewa past the Zoo, turn left on
Hawaiian Ensemble.                                     Kapahulu Avenue heading Makai, turn left on
        Pearl Harbor members Toni Lee, Teri & Mel      Kalakaua Avenue heading Kokohead direction and
Ah Yo, Cheryl Kapua, Nicolas Kapua, Ronnie             finishing at the Kapiolani Bandstand.
Nacapuy, Ray & Clara Motta were tasked to do the               Pearl Harbor Hawaiian Civic Club has a
ushering for this event.                               team with Team Captain Monte Hess if you care to
                                                       join our team please call Monte at (808)778-2161 or
                                                       Charles Kapua at 479-3263. We are soliciting
                                                       sponsors to kokua our team. If you are interested in
                                                       joining the team or you have `ohana that want to
                                                       sponsor or join our team please contact Monte Hess
                                                       or Charles Kapua. Please come out to join us!
TCOYD                                                  and Saratoga Road at about 3:30pm and end at
        Taking Control of Your Diabetes                Queen Kapiolani Park.
Conference & Health Fair will return to Honolulu &             Pearl Harbor will honor Pauline Ka`iulani
Lihue. On Saturday April 24, 2010; 9:00am-             Hess our “Mitchell Pei Award” winner for 2009;
5:00pm; at the Hawai`i Convention Center in            she will be in a decorated vehicle driven by her
Honolulu and on Sunday, April 25, 2010 –               husband Monte Hess.
11:30am-4:40pm – at the Kauai Marriott Resort,
Lihue
        There will be leading experts in diabetes      LEI OF STARS 2010
care; latest information and technology; one-on one             On Saturday, May 1, 2010, the historic and
consultation; motivational speakers and a healthy      newly renovated Royal Hawaiian Hotel’s, Grand
lunch. This conference and health fair is for people   Monarch Room, will be a regal setting for a stellar
with diabetes and others interested in learning more   concert honoring the best in Hawaiian and hula. The
about diabetes. Save the date!                         stars include Dennis Kamakahi, Nedward Ka`apana,
        For additional information & to register       Nina Keali`iwahamana, O’Brien Eselu, the `ohana
please visit www.tcoydcme.org                          of Kumu Hula Ma`iki Aiu Lake, Ku`uipo
                                                       Kumukahi, and the Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame
                                                       Serenaders, plus more wonderful surprises!
ALI`I SUNDAY – QUEEN ELIZABETH                                  This gala honors the 2009 inductees of the
KA`AHUMANU                                             Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame: Maiki Aiu Lake,
       Ali`i Sunday, March 14, 2010 was held at        (first officially honored kumu hula), Kui Lee,
Kawaiaha`o Church in honor of Queen Elizabeth          Dennis Kamakahi, Hui `Ohana, and composer
Ka`ahumanu. Members in attendance Charles              Thomas Sylvester Kalama. Start your day with
Kapua, Kaiulani Hess, Toni Lee, Ray Motta, Ken         classic Hawaiian music and brunch in a Royal
Faborito. LuAnn Faborito represented Makaha            Hawaiian setting!
Hawaiian Civic Club. Clara Motta & Rita Gora                    Tickets are $75.00 for brunch and concert.
represented the Ka`ahumanu Society; Aunty Maile        Contact Toni Lee and Charles Kapua for tickets.
Puahala represented the Women’s Auxiliary of the       Doors open at 9:30am; brunch at 10:30am. Show
Royal Order of Kamehameha. Moana Sanders sang          starts at 11:30am.
with the Kawaiaha`o Church Choir that was led by
Nola Nahulu. Keola & Ipo Wong, Kaipo & Caren           SEARCH IS ON FOR MO`I KANE AND MO`I
Kanahele were part of the congregation.                WAHINE
                                                               This year Aloha Festivals is looking for a
ALI`I SUNDAY – PRINCE JONAH KUHIO                      Mo`i Kane; Mo`i Wahine, Keiki Ali`i Kane and
KALANIANAOLE                                           Keiki Ali`i Wahine. The Aloha Festivals Royal
               Sunday, March 21, 2010, is Ali`i        Court Committee will have an application form
Sunday to celebrate and honor the memory and his       available on-line soon at www.alohafestivals.com.
accomplishments of Prince Jonah Kuhio                  If you know of anyone who may portray a
Kalaniana`ole. This celebration will be at             distinguish looking ali`i couple have them submit
Kawaiaha`o Church and we meet at the front steps       an application or call 455-3985 with their name and
at 8:15am. Come out and join us to help perpetuate     phone number and we will call them. Selection will
the legacy of our “Citizen Prince”. Club members       be in June.
can wear your club uniform of red & white.
                                                       PRAYERS FOR MEMBERS
PRINCE JONAH KUHIO KALANIANAOLE                                Please include in your prayers Kanoe
FLORAL PARADE                                          Keliiaa-Bridges as she goes under surgery for her
        On Saturday, March 27, 2010; the               back; Nicolas Dacuycuy-Kapua for the loss of his
Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs will hold their    father Samuel K. Dacuycuy. Aunty Ella Howard
annual Prince Kuhio Parade to honor our civic club     who is not well and Joe & Loretta Keanu for the
founder Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole.               loss of their daughter Haunani Keanu-Matsumoto
        This year as in previous years this parade
will begin at the intersection of Kalakaua Avenue
PHHCC FINDS A NEW STORAGE FACILITY
         Our club has been looking for a new storage
facility for some time. With so many new storage
facilities opening up in our area we were fortunate
enough to find a climate controlled facility. The      Happy Birthday Queen Elizabeth
new one is a little larger than the previous one and            Ka`ahumanu
is located on the ground floor in Pearl City.
         On Saturday, March 13, 2010 we moved all
of our `ukana. Mahalo, to Ken and LuAnn Faborito,
who brought their horse trailer for the move. We           Happy St. Patrick’s Day
were able to put everything in the trailer and not
have to worry about tying everything down on a
truck. Also assisting in the move were Val Crabbe,
Jill Akana, Francine and Pi`imauna Gora, Mel             Happy Birthday Prince Jonah
AhYo, Alberta Low, Ray Motta, the Pacheco                   Kuhio Kalaniana`ole
`ohana John Jr., Terry, Joshua, & Taylor, Kaluhi
Faborito, and Charles Kapua. We were honored to
have Aunty Josie Lum as our morale supporter who
patiently watched over us. We were able to                Please drive safely!
complete the move about an hour and a half.
Mahalo Piha!; to all for assisting in the move.
                                                        Driving is a privilege
MENU FOR THIS WEEKS’ GENERAL                            and it’s not one of your
MEMBERSHIP MEETING                                     constitutional rights!
        The menu for this week’s General
Membership Meeting on Thursday, March 18, 2010
is “Chicken”. Let’s see how many different chicken             “Click It or Ticket!”
dishes there will be. Bring the best of your family       Drive Defensively; Speed Kills!
recipe to share!
                                                               Pedestrian Safety
ANNOUNCEMENTS
March 17  St. Patrick’s Day                                “We All Share the
*March 18 PHHCC General Membership                     Responsibility of the Road!”
          Meeting
*March 20 Diabetes Walk
March 20  Hawaii: Yesterday, Today, &
          Tomorrow - Fundraiser
*March 21 Ali`i Sunday – Prince Jonah Kuhio
          Kalanianaole
March 26  Prince Kuhio Birthday
*March 27 Prince Kuhio Parade
March 28  Palm Sunday
April 1   All Fools Day
April 2   Good Friday
April 4   Easter Sunday
April 15  PHHCC General Membership
          Meeting
*May 1    Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame

          *See article for information.
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