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The President’s Pen
Editor’s Corner
This Year’s Board
Febuary Luncheon
Activity Clubs
Book Club Review
Improve Your Joint Health!
Hui Lei Fun Stuff
          The President’s Pen                                                The Editor’s Corner
Aloha!                                                             Aloha!
Mahalo to the Hui O Wahine for hosting the joint luncheon
                                                                   I had such a great time at last month’s joint luncheon!
this last month and mahalo to all of those from our club that
were able to make it down there for Bunco. I had a blast           I, like many others, had never played Bunco before,
learning to play Bunco again as I hadn’t played it since Mom’s     and I think I’m hooked. Nothing is better than the
Weekend in college. I had forgotten how much fun it was.           combination of chance and dice, right? I hope those
Mahalo again to the Hui O Wahine for the beautiful flowers         who attended had a good time meeting our sister club!
and wonderful time on the 10th.
                                                                   This next luncheon looks like it will be fun, too. The
Have you gotten your scholarship or welfare grant application      good thing about living in such a warm place is that we
submitted? Scholarship applications are due March 20 and
                                                                   can garden all year. I had an idea that I would, but
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welfare grant applications are due March 26 . Don’t delay;
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                                                                   never got around to it. Maybe this luncheon will be the
you don’t want to miss out on this wonderful opportunity
because you missed the deadline. The Hui Thrift Shop has           kick in the pants we all need! I look forward to seeing
raised a lot of money for us this year and we want you to take     all your friendly faces there.
advantage of it.
                                                                   As Christina said to the left, if you’re interested in
Interested in being on the 2011-2012 Governing Board? This         some sort of position in the club, feel free to put your
club can’t run itself! We are looking for people to fill all       name in! This club needs some dedicated people who
positions. Unsure if you’re the right person for the job? Feel     want to help out. That’s how I got this job! Feel free to
free to email us and ask what the job’s really like. We’d love
                                                                   browse through the positions we offer on the next page
to share our experiences with you.
                                                                   and see if anything appeals to you. If you want to know
This month, our luncheon will focus on gardening techniques        more about the job, hunt that person down or send
in Hawaii. We’ll have a specialist here to share with us           them an email. There’s something for everyone!
special techniques for growing the right flowers in the
Hawaiian ground and climate.                                       As this year winds down, I want to remind you all what
                                                                   I said at the beginning of the year – you can submit
Don't forget, the doors open at 10:30 am for shopping with         anything and everything to me. We would love to see
our wonderful vendors before the program starts at 11. This        content from the members!
is your opportunity to decide which opportunity drawings you
are interested in and get your tickets into the correct bags for
                                                                   Hope to see you soon!
those opportunities.

We hope to see you there!                                          Mahalo and Aloha,

March Luncheon: Grow Where You’re Planted                          Chantal Shelstad
Nehelani Club
                                                                   Hui Lei Editor
March 17, 11 am – 1 pm
                                                                   huileieditor@gmail.com
Food, fun and gardening

Mahalo,
Christina Sturzinger                                               The Hui Lei is an unofficial magazine published in the interest
Hui President                                                       of the Hui O’ Na Wahine, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. It is
                                                                    not connected with the department of the Army or Schofield
huipresident@gmail.com
                                                                      Barracks, and opinions herein are expressly those of the
                                                                   writers. Permission is granted to reprint material from the Hui
                                                                          Lei, provided the author and source are credited.
                                                                     Please address any corrections to the editor by email at
                                                                                     huileieditor@gmail.com



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                                          2010-2011 EXECUTIVE BOARD

                                              HONORARY BOARD MEMBERS


                           HONORARY PRESIDENT: Mary-Sue Champoux
                           HONORARY VICE PRESIDENT: Vira Leota
                           HONORARY ADVISOR: Sherri Becker


                                               ELECTED BOARD MEMBERS


                           PRESIDENT: Christina Sturzinger              huipresident@gmail.com
                           1ST VICE PRESIDENT: Michelle Mennis              hui1stvp@gmail.com
                           2ND VICE PRESIDENT: Krista Kurrti                hui2ndvp@gmail.com
                           TREASURER (Operations): Jill Maggio           huitreasurer@gmail.com
                           TREASURER (Scholarship & Welfare): Rachel Taylor
                           SECRETARY: Jennifer Kelling                   huisecretary@gmail.com


                                           APPOINTED COMMITTEE MEMBERS


                           ACTIVITIES/HOSPITALITY: Cortney Oldani           huiactivities@gmail.com
                           DECORATIONS: Jennifer Wagner                 huidecorations@gmail.com
                                           Heather Reed
                           HISTORIAN: Danielle Furtado                              daline@ucla.edu
                           HUI LEI EDITOR: Chantal Shelstad                 huileieditor@gmail.com
                           HUI LEI ADVERTISER: OPEN                   huileieadvertising@gmail.com
                           HUI LEI DISTRIBUTION: Julia Raab           huileidistribution@gmail.com
                           MEMBERSHIP: Michelle Salajcik                huimembership@gmail.com
                           PARLIAMENTARIAN: Kelly Russell
                           PROPERTY: Ralna Burbank                          hui.property@gmail.com
                                       Katie Wang                           hui.property@gmail.com
                           PUBLICITY: Julie Raab                       huipublicitychair@gmail.com
                           RESERVATIONS: Jacqueline Lai                huireservationsal@gmail.com
                                                                      huireservationsmz@gmail.com
                           SCHOLARSHIPS: Courtney Cochran               huischolarships@gmail.com
                           SPECIAL EVENTS: Gina Botters
                           THRIFT SHOP LIAISON: Candice Cartwright huithriftshopliaison@gmail.com
                           VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR: Lakisha Canady-Toussaint
                                                                huivolunteercoordinator@gmail.com
                           VENDORS: Maddie LaFleur                           huivendors@yahoo.com
                           WAYS AND MEANS: Tina MacMiller             huiwaysandmeans@gmail.com
                                     Co-Chair: Jessica McKinney
                           WELFARE: Maddie LaFleur
                           WEBMASTER: Chris Bunch                         huiwebmaster@gmail.com




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               HUI THRIFT SHOP
                      Located on Schofield Barracks behind ACS and Richardson Pool.
                               Building #2107, Ulrich Way, Phone 624-3254

                               HOURS OF OPERATION
                                     Tuesdays & Thursdays: 9am-1pm
                               1st & 3rd Saturday of the month: 9am-1pm
             Consignments Hours 9am-11am. No clothing, videos, stuffed animals, or shoes please.




       Watch for color sales items monthly
                    Look for us on Craigslists (Schofield Barracks)
                           and Facebook (Hui Thrift Shop)

Purpose: Revenue generated from the Thrift Shop is used to support the Hui’s mission. The Hui
           supports the local community through scholarship and welfare grants.

    Donations: We accept gently used clean clothing, shoes, house wares, toys and books.
           Donations are accepted daily at the drop box on the side of the building.

                  Consignments: Consignments are accepted 9am-11am.
       Regular consignments: 70%. Volunteer consignments (8hours or more): 90%.

   Volunteering: We are always looking for new volunteers. Volunteers help us support the
community and in return get first pick of new items, free childcare at a CDC hourly care provider
  (up to 16 hours per month), receive more on consignments, ½ priced items, and meet new
                                             people.


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                                Hui O’ Na Wahine
                                March Luncheon
                           Nehelani, Schofield Barracks

                       Thursday, March 17, 2011

            Doors Open at 10:30 am for shopping!
             Lunch and Program from 11:00–1:00
                             pm
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                                       Improve Your Joint Health

                                       DR. ROBERT ANDERSON
                                     OHANA CHIROPRACTIC CENTER

Why put up with joint pain?

Chiropractic isn’t just about your neck and back pain. Elbows, knees, and hips are just a few
other joints that your chiropractic doctor can help you with.

Because the ligaments that hold your joints together can become thin or damaged over time,
you may experience pain in your joints that feels like muscle soreness. Your chiropractor can
manipulate your joints to alleviate pain caused by worn ligaments.

Filling your joints and cushioning your bones is cartilage. Like ligaments, cartilage can wear
down over time causing joint movement to grow more difficult and sometimes result in
intense pain or even lack of movement.

Because there are so many joints throughout your body and the different joints require
specific treatments, a general treatment cannot be provided here. However, a consultation
with your chiropractic doctor can inform you of the treatment options available for your
specific joint pain.

Dr. Robert Anderson is the owner and primary Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) at Ohana Chiropractic Center – a leading
Hawaii practice for musculoskeletal and personal wellness. He is certified in Meridian Therapy, Applied Kinesiology, and
the Webster Technique from the International College of Applied Kinesiology (ICAK) and the International Chiropractic
Pediatric Association (ICPA) as well as nutritional management and therapy from the International Foundation for
Nutrition and Health (IFNH).




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      The Thrift Shop is open and looking for
                     volunteers!
   Volunteer Orientation March 25 9am-12pm
            Contact Candice Cartwright at
  huithriftshopliaison@gmail.com for more details.




        Have something for the Hui Lei?
  Submit your comments, questions, articles and
              photos to the Editor at
             huileieditor@gmail.com
  You could see your content featured in the next
                     Hui Lei!



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                                                     One of Gostaham's clients is interested in the girl
                                                     and offers a marriage contract. It is a renewable
                                                     marriage contract called a Sigheh which lasts
     Babbling Bookends Book                          only three months, and does not give any
             Review                                  security to the girl. Because it offers a price that
                                                     helps them pay Uncle Gostaham for taking them
                                                     in and for the rug that was ruined, they accept the
              By: Maddie LaFleur
                                                     contract. The Sigheh carries social stigma; the
                                                     young girl is giving up her virginity in a way that
Picture this – A comet blazes across the sky and     was thought cheap then and today too. The
the village holy man prophesizes disaster. Soon      family decides not to tell anyone of this
after your life falls apart!                         arrangement. At first the girl did not understand
                                                     when women talked about how wonderful sex
                                                     was. When she was nearing end of her Sigheh
Set in seventeenth-century Persia, The Blood of
Flowers is narrated by a 14-year-old girl whose      and a renewal not offered, she mentioned her
                                                     dilemma to a woman at the bath house. She got
father dies suddenly just as he is about to
arranged her marriage. She and her mother are        advice on how to tempt a man, make herself
                                                     more desirable, and enjoy lovemaking. It worked
left without money and unable to take care of
themselves. Her dowry and any chance for an          and the Sigheh was renewed. Not long after her
                                                     husband chose a permanent wife, who turned out
arranged marriage are gone.
                                                     to be the girl's best friend, Naheed. Naheed
                                                     discovered the renewable contract between her
After a hard winter, she and her mother set out
                                                     husband and the girl.. Realizing she lacked any
for her uncle’s house, Uncle Gostaham, in
                                                     leverage as the lesser wife and not wanting to
Isfahan. Gostaham is a famous carpet designer
                                                     lose her friendship with Naheed, the girl refused
who has supplied carpets for the Shah's court.
                                                     to continue her marriage agreement. This led to
They are hopeful that he will take them into his
                                                     Uncle Gostaham losing many carpet
home. Soon after they are taken in, they are
                                                     commissions, and the girl and her mother were
given house work by Gordiyeh, Gostaham's wife,
                                                     finally thrown out of his house.
and given a room in the servants wing.
                                                     Homeless, the girl and her mother sought out
The young girl was known as a skilled carpet
                                                     Malekeh, a woman who has worked with the girl
maker in her village, making very small, tight,
                                                     on a carpet at Uncle Gostaham's house. Malekah
and precise knots. In her uncle's shop, and in all
                                                     agreed to take them into her home, already
of Iran at that time, females were not allowed to
                                                     overcroweded with Malekeh, her husband and
be trained as carpet makers. After seeing a carpet
                                                     her children. It was a cold, damp hovel, and they
she made, Uncle Gostaham starts showing her
                                                     were often hungry. The girl was almost ready to
how to make dyes, choose colors, and lets her
                                                     offer her body for money, but she decided to
work on her own rug when she has finished her
                                                     make one last attempt to ask Uncle Gostaham for
housework. After working on her rug for a while
                                                     help. He felt guilty and agreed. Using Uncle
she becomes dissatisfied with it and cuts the rug
                                                     Gostaham's money, she starts a carpet business
from the weaving frame, destroying it. Uncle
                                                     with Malekeh and another woman. The book
Gostaham is furious and ready to throw them out
                                                     has a happy ending, the business is successful,
for wasting the money he has lent her for wool.
                                                     and the women and their families are able to
He tells her how disappointed he is in her, that
                                                     move to a modest comfortable home.
she should have finished the carpet, sold it, and
made a better one next time. She and mother
                                                     Anita Amirrezvani's novel works well as
promise to work harder around the house to earn
their keep.                                          historical fiction, combining an engaging plot
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with an exotic time and place. The unnamed            The Help Kathryn Stockett (The symbiotic
girl's troubles in a society where women              relationship between black women housekeepers
typically had no power or influence, reminds us       and their white women employers)
of the lives of disenfranchised peoples in our
world today. Our Heroine is intelligent and           The Hangman's Daughter Oliver Potzsch
determined to find a way to survive. She not only
survives but eventually thrives, finding her way      Storm Chasers Jenna Blum
in a world that seems to conspire against her.
                                                      Our next meeting will be at Maddie LaFleur's on
The plot of The Blood of Flowers flows                the second Wednesday of March, the 9th. The
smoothly. While not a novel of suspense, the          theme for our April book choice will be the
threads of the young narrator's life and her          Classics, remember to come with your
relationships with the different women in the         suggestions!
story create a literary fabric that is likely meant
to parallel the Persian carpets in the story.

We met at Mary Gustafson’s beautiful home in
Mililani Mauka. Coincidentally (You might
even call it KISMET), Mary lived in Afghanistan
for a period of her childhood. She has beautiful
hand made carpets that we were able to examine.
It was extraordinary to see the tiny knots of the
carpet and imagine the hands that made them.
Many people read the book, and everyone had a
lot to say.

We had a lot of books suggested for March.
After voting, our final choice was: The Wave:
In Pursuit of The Rogues, Freaks, and
Giants Of The Ocean by Susan Casey.

This is the story of how surfers ride the biggest
waves combined with scientific information
about how big waves occur. Did you ever
wonder where those North Shore waves come
from?

Other books suggested by our members -
Life Lessons Elizabeth Kubler-Ross and David
Kessler    (Two experts on death and dying
teach us about the mysteries of life and living)

Unbroken Laura Hillenbrand           (A WWII
story of survival, resilience & redemption)

You Know When the Men Are Gone Siobhan
Fallon (A Ft. Hood wife's "fictional"
description of deployment family situations)
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                               Hui Activity Clubs

                                             Book Club
The March meeting of the Babbling Bookends will be on the second Tuesday of the month, on March
9th.. We will be discussing The Wave. Members bring a snack or wine and always seem to have lively
discussions. To join book club, join the Hui and then email kathybrown2@msn.com.

                                         Adventure Club
Whether you are new to Oahu or are a “Kama'aina,” please join us in exploring the island. This club
will be a great way for you to meet military spouses and families who have like-minded adventurous
interests, while seeing our exotic and tropical surroundings in fun new ways. Our activities may
include things like hiking, boating, kayaking, and more.

                                             Stray Katz
Don't live on post and sometimes feel like you are missing out on what is happening in the
community? Or if your busy lifestyle has you pulled in every direction and you would like an email
reminder of hot events happening in our community, sign up for the Stray Katz Club. This is an email
only club, meaning we don't ever meet, so there is no obligation from you. Helpful information will be
passed along to you.

                                  Schofield Surfing Sisters
Once a month, get together with other surfers and catch some waves. All skill levels are welcome. No
board, no problem – we surf where you can rent one.


                                                Bunco
Join us for a night of dice and fun! If you are interested in joining the group, please contact Jessica
McKinney at brianandjessicamckinney@gmail.com or 744-9952. If you contact me and don't receive a
return email or phone call within 48 hrs, please contact me again to make sure you have been added.
Costs for Bunco is $10.


                                           Keiki Group
Calling all keiki! For all you moms with young ones not quite old enough to go to school, we have a
playgroup for you. Ok, let’s be honest, it’s not just for the kids, its a great way for moms to get to know
other parents and network on post, too. So if you want to learn new fun places to take your kids, and
meet some great women along the way, then sign up for our keiki group.



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                                      Game Time Gals
Let the fun begin! Get together once a month and learn fun new games along with meeting some
fabulous new people. Game choice is always up the hostess of month, so put your thinking caps on
and think of a game you know that you would love to share with other people.


                                        Gourmet Gals
Have you ever wondered where there is to go out to eat on Oahu? Well, wonder no more. Get together
for a great meal once a month and learn and explore fabulous new restaurants. It could be as simple as
finding the best shrimp wagon on the north shore to dressing up for high tea at one of the many
teahouses on the island. So if you enjoy food as much as we do, then this is the club for you!

For the Daytime Gourmet Gals, contact Julie Johnson at julesandjoel@aol.com
For the Nighttime Gourmet Gals, contact Cortney Oldani at huiactivities@gmail.com


                                         Tennis Club

Tennis Club meets every Tuesday and Thursday at the tennis courts outside Martinez Gym on
Schofield at 8:30 am.
                                           Wine Club

Have you ever wondered what makes a pinot grigio different from a pinot noir? Are you curious about
whether to serve a cabernet sauvignon or a sauvignon blanc? The wine club is here with your answers.
Come join us as we explore the world of wine! No pre-existing wine knowledge or experience is
necessary. We meet once monthly to try new and interesting wines and enjoy tasty snacks. Be
prepared to try new things, meet new friends and learn! Interested in joining? Please e-mail
ktbrueggen@yahoo.com to be added to the wine club mailing list.




 Interested in one or more of these activity clubs? Contact Cortney Oldani
                        at huiactivities@gmail.com




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        Phone: __________________________ Email:_____________________________________
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        Contract Requirement: This contract is valid from date of signing through May 2011. All luncheons which the vendor
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            Super Sign-Up         September Luncheon         October Luncheon         November Luncheon         December Luncheon
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          January Luncheon            February Joint           March Luncheon            April Luncheon            May Luncheon
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        coupons). Proceeds from these drawings go towards our scholarship and welfare fund.

        Cancellation Policy: Vendors must call within 72 hours of an event if they are unable to participate. Future participation for
        vendors who fail to notify the Vendor Chair of a cancellation is at the discretion of the Hui Board. If this policy is not
        followed, a cancellation fee of $10.00 must be paid prior to the next luncheon that the vendor participates in.

        Lunch Reservations: Vendors are invited to join Hui members for lunch at a cost of $15.00 per luncheon. You must make
        your lunch reservations with the Reservations Chair by the Sunday prior to the luncheon. Payment for lunch will be collected
        at the luncheon.



                                                                   $25 Non-refundable Super Sign-up fee



                                                                $10 Non-refundable fee for first luncheon

                                                                                                Total Due

        Please mail contract and payment (with attached OBSB permit) to:

        Hui Vendors
        C/O Madeline Lafleur                                                     Make checks payable to: Hui O’ Na Wahine
        2959 Waiwai Nui Ave.
        Wahiawa, HI 96786
        253-230-4084
        Email: huivendors@gmail.com


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                                                Hui O Na Wahine

Reservations Policy:

To make a reservation, please contact the Reservation Co-Chair below corresponding with your last name.

                             A-L      Jacqueline Lai     925-270-8117 or huireservationsal@gmail.com

                       M-Z      Jennifer Mychackavane        808-450-2984 or huireservationsmz@gmail.com

If you are a member and are bringing a guest, you must RSVP for your guest as well as yourself.

DEADLINE: The deadline for each Hui luncheon reservation is 7:00 PM on the Sunday prior to the luncheon. The
reservation deadline for special events is 7:00 PM five days prior to the event.

CANCELLATIONS: To cancel a reservation, please contact Sudarat Romar or Jacqueline Lai. Reservations cancelled prior
to the deadline will not be charged. For reservations cancelled after the deadline, every attempt will be made to fill the
cancelled reservation with someone from the Space A list or with a walk-in. You will be responsible for payment in the event
your reservation cannot be filled.

If a member does not pay for a missed luncheon within one month of written notification, the member is flagged as “not in
good standing” and does not receive a Hui Lei, cannot borrow Hui Property, or apply for a Hui Scholarship until “in good
standing” status is resumed.

 SPACE A LIST: After the deadline, please contact Jacqueline Lai (A-L) or Sudarat Romar (M- Z). Names will be placed on
the Space A List in the order they are received.

WALK-INS: Walk-ins will be accommodated based on the availability of cancelled reservations. Walk-ins that are Hui
members will be charged $5 extra if you did not RSVP.

 NO-SHOWS: The member will be responsible for payment if they do not attend a luncheon for which they made a
reservation. No attempt will be made to fill a slot that has not been cancelled.

CHILDCARE: For 20010-2011 Hui Luncheons

-Childcare for the Hui Luncheons will be at Peterson CDC at the hourly care facility.

-Peterson CDC will hold 3 slots in each age group for the Hui until the Wednesday a week prior to the luncheon.

-Drop-off will be at 10:30 AM and pick-up will be at 1:30 PM.

-Rates will be the hourly rate of $4.00. Blue Star benefits will be honored.

-Members will be responsible for making their own reservations and payment upon pick-up.

-When picking up your child, you will need to present the Hui Childcare Card from the Hui luncheon to CDC, or be denied use of the
reserved slots in the future.

-Call Central Registration at 655-5293 to make a reservation. Child(ren) must be properly registered with Child and Youth
Services prior to calling. Children must wear closed toe and closed heel shoes and must have up-to-date shot record


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Dear Friend,

        As a member of Hui O’ Na Wahine, you make it possible for your Hui O’ Na Wahine to enhance
the quality of life for our community by continuing in the tradition of providing a support system for the
Hui members, creating a sense of unity, developing leadership skills and promoting community spirit.
For example in 2010, your Hui O’ Na Wahine was able to award more than $12,000 in scholarships to ten
high school seniors, more than $6,000 to eleven continuing education students and more than $42,000 in
welfare grant checks. This year we are anticipating that we will be able to give back at least $20,000 in
scholarships to our community. Additionally, your Hui O’ Na Wahine offers at least ten activity clubs for
its members on a regular basis and offers an avenue to earn a little bit of money by consigning your
treasures at our Thrift Shop.

        We could not have accomplished our mission without our compassionate, dedicated and
committed Board and YOU. Well! It’s time for your Hui O’ Na Wahine to begin the search for new
members of the Executive Board for the 2011-2012 term. The executive board consists of the President,
1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President, Secretary, Operations Treasurer and Scholarship & Welfare
Treasurer. All position descriptions and the needed skill sets are included for your review.

        Your nominating committee is asking for your help in finding the right individuals to serve on the
Hui O’ Na Wahine Executive Board for the 2011-2012 term. Please encourage your neighbors & friends
to share their gifts and talents with us-to step forward. And, please, don’t overlook yourself! If you’re
new to the island and looking for a place to belong or a worthy club to get involved with, become a
member of the Hui O’Na Wahine and join our board! If you join in February or March, you are eligible
to nominate yourself for a position at this time

        The nominating committee will accept written nominations via snail mail until 5:00 p.m. March 9,
2011. All nominations submitted electronically must be received by 5:00pm March 9, 2011 also. At the
March luncheon, we will present the slate of nominees and accept any additional nominations from the
floor. The slate of nominees will be finalized on March 24, 2011 and then be published in the April Hui
Lei. A Governing Board that includes an elected Executive Board and an Appointed Board governs the
club. The Executive Board positions are elected positions voted on by the general membership at the
April luncheon. These officers are installed at the May luncheon. Please do not hesitate to contact me if
you have any questions.

                                 Your Hui O’ Na Wahine needs YOU!

Kelly Russell
Hui O’ Na Wahine
Parliamentarian
huiparlimentarian@gmail.com




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President:
The President serves as the official representative of the Hui. All meetings are presided over by the President who
is also present at all membership functions. He or she signs documents on behalf of the Hui and performs other
duties including but not limited to preparing budgets, appointing chairpersons, serving as an internal control for the
treasurers, planning the Hui year, and submitting monthly and yearly reports. The position of President requires
four very important skills; credibility, neutrality, judgment, and fairness. The position needs to be filled by a person
with strong leadership skills and a strong work ethic. Other skills that can be developed while on the job include
communication, facilitation, and organization.

1st VP:
The main job of the 1st Vice President is to act as a support system for the President. The 1st Vice President
oversees Fundraising, Publicity, Hui Lei Editor, Scholarship, Volunteer Coordinator, Welfare, Webmaster, and the
Hui Thrift Shop Liaison. In event of the President’s absence or resignation, the 1st Vice President will assume the
President’s duties. The 1st Vice President attends all Board and General Membership meetings, luncheons, submits
monthly reports, and meets during the summer months with Hui Lei editor to determine submission deadlines.
Traits or skills the 1st Vice President should have include organization, leadership, communication, judgment, and
credibility.

2nd VP:
The 2nd Vice President oversees Decorations, Reservations, Membership, Activities & Hospitality, Historian, Ways
& Means, Property, and Vendors. The 2nd Vice President attends all Board and General Membership meetings and
luncheons. Other duties include planning, coordinating, and arranging the luncheons. This includes coordinating all
aspects of the program with the guest speaker and venue. The 2nd Vice president is the announcer for all luncheons.
If you love to talk and have great communication skills, this is the position for you! Other skills the position
requires are people skills, thinking outside the box, organization, credibility, and a strong work ethic.

Secretary:
The Secretary is the official record keeper. The Secretary attends all Board and General Membership meetings,
takes and preserves the minutes, keeps accurate lists of members, roll call lists, governing documents, delegation
information, committee membership, and maintains all other documents for the Hui. The secretary also picks up
and distributes mail, and collects board reports. Skills needed for the position include credibility, judgment, strong
organization, and communication.

Operations Treasurer:
The Operations Treasurer attends all Board and General Membership meetings, prepares the yearly Hui Operating
Budget, assists the President in all financial decisions, and works with the Scholarship and Welfare Treasurer.
Financial statements are prepared and submitted monthly, checking accounts are maintained, and the funds are
distributed to maintain the Hui and its endeavors. A member with a background in accounting will shine best in this
position. If you have great organizational skills as well credibility, organization, judgment, and a strong work ethic
then this position is for you.

Scholarship and Welfare Treasurer:
In this position, The Scholarship and Welfare Treasurer works with the Operations Treasurer to track incoming
welfare and scholarship funds all year and then disburses said funds. Monthly reports, checking accounts, board
meetings, etc. are all the responsibility of the position. The Scholarship and Welfare Treasurer is on the scholarship
committee. The scholarship committee determines the eligibility of each scholarship applicant and distributes
scholarship money accordingly. In order to excel in this position it is encouraged that the nominee have a
background in accounting, a strong work ethic, credibility, organization, and good judgment.




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Hui O’ Na Wahine
PO BOX 861305 Schofield Barracks,HI  96786

                   Board Resume & Application
By:_Kelly Russell_______Parliamentarian

1. Personal Information
Name:______________________________________________________________________________________

Address:
___________________________________________________________________________________________

Phone: (_____)_________________________________ Email Address:
__________________________________________________________________________

2. Club Experience
___________________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________

3. Job Experience
___________________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________

4. Volunteer Experience
___________________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________

5. Elected Offices: Please annotate your first, second and third choice
_____ President _____ 1st Vice President _____ Recording Secretary _____ Property Coordinator
_____ 2nd Vice President _____ Corresponding Secretary _____ Treasurer

6. Appointed Offices: Please annotate your first, second and third choice
_____ Parliamentarian _____ Drumbeat _____ Scholarship _____ Social
_____ Publicity _____ Membership _____ Welfare _____ Historian
_____ Fundraiser (Craft Fair) _____ Hospitality _____ Ways and Means _____Reservations
_____ Fundraiser (Spring) _____ Volunteer and Donations Coordinator

7. Signature

I have read this resume in its entirety, to include the attached job descriptions, and understand what will be
expected of me if I am elected or appointed to a Governing Board position. I understand that I must have at least
one year left at Schofield Barracks to run for an elected office or to accept an appointed position.
Signature: _______________________________________________________________ Date:


Submit as soon as possible!
Return Resumes to:
Hui O’ Na Wahine
ATTN: Parliamentarian
PO BOX 861305
Wahiawa, HI 96786



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                            !"#$%&$'($)(*#+,

                            P.O. Box 861305
                            Wahiawa, HI 96786

 Dear Welfare Applicant,
 Thank you for your interest and request! The Welfare Committee will consider each request we
 receive based upon substantial need and the amount of funds available for distribution. Please
 provide complete answers to all questions on this form and feel free to attach a separate piece of
 paper if needed to help us fully understand your request. All requests must be postmarked by
 March 26, 2011 to be considered for funding. The Welfare Committee will meet to decide on all
 requests and you should hear back from me within three weeks of the application deadline.

 Sincerely,                                                       -(#.$/01$$!"#$%&$'($)(*#+,
                                                                  ATTN: Welfare Chair
 Madeline Lafleur                                                 P.O. Box 861305
 Welfare Chairperson                                              Wahiawa, HI 96786

     1. Name of organization requesting funds: ____________________________

     2. Amount requested? ___________________________________________

     3. How will the money be used? ____________________________________
     ______________________________________________________________
     ______________________________________________________________


     4. Your name and organizational job title_____________________________

     5. Contact information (how you may be reached)

                   Phone:      ____________
                   Address:    ____________
                   E-mail:     ____________


      203$!"#$%&$'($)(*#+,$),.4(3,$5066#//,,$78,$%+.91

      Date Received by Welfare Chair ____________
      Fully Funded? _____ Partially Funded? ________ Funding Denied? ________
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                                  Hui O’Na Wahine
                    High School Senior Merit Scholarship Application
Dear High School Senior,

Thank you for your interest in applying for the Hui O’Na Wahine High School Senior Merit
Scholarship. The Hui O’Na Wahine is the all ranks spouses club at Schofield Barracks
established in 1931. Each year, scholarships are awarded to high school seniors and family
members continuing their education based on academic merit, community service, an original
essay, and references. All portions of the application must be returned to your school college
counselor OR postmarked or hand delivered NO LATER THAN 20 March 2011 to:

       Hui O Na Wahine
       ATTN: Scholarship Committee
       PO Box 861305
       Wahiawa, Hi 96786

Please see the requirements below to determine your eligibility for this scholarship.

Eligibility Requirements:
   •   Cumulative GPA of at least 3.0
   •   Graduating Senior in the current year or have graduated in the past two (2) years and not
       attended a post high school institution
   •   Be planning to attend an accredited college, business or trade school
   •   Child of a member in good standing of the Schofield Hui O Na Wahine
           o If the membership date falls after December 31st, a $15.00 application fee is required

Applicant is not eligible if:
   •   They are a prior recipient of the Hui O’Na WahineMerit Scholarship
   •   They have accepted any four-year scholarship (military academy appointment, ROTC, athletic
       scholarship, etc.)

For more information contact Courtney Cochran at (501) 352-0990 or
huischolarships@gmail.com.


Applicant Checklist

   o   Completed Application with fee if applicable
   o   Current Transcript with class rank
   o   SAT or ACT scores (a copy)
   o   Two (2) Letters of Recommendation
   o   Original Personal Essay
   o A list of school activities, community activities, and work experience, with a brief
     description of the position held in each. List must be typed.




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                                    Hui O’Na Wahine
                      High School Senior Merit Scholarship Application
Please TYPE or use BLACK INK.

Applicant’s Name:_______________________________________________________

Hui O’Na Wahine Member’s Name:__________________________________________

Address:_______________________________________________________________

         _______________________________________________________________

Phone Number:_____________________ Alternate Phone Number:______________

High School Attending:___________________________________________________

I plan to attend: PLEASE CHECK ONE
____ College/University   ____ Technical School                        ____ Business School

Name of Institution:______________________________________________________

I pledge that all information contained on this application, and all attached documentation, is accurate to
the best of my knowledge. Should any part be found inaccurate, I understand I may be disqualified. I
understand that if I accept any four-year scholarship (to include ROTC, athletic, etc.) or an appointment
to a service academy (West Point, Annapolis, Air Force Academy) I will inform the Scholarship Chairman
immediately and render myself ineligible for a Hui O’Na Wahine Merit Scholarship. I accept that the
decisions rendered by the Merit Scholarship Committee are final.

                                          PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
The Privacy Act of 1974 (5 USC Sec 522) requires that you be informed of the following information:
The information supplied on this application is for local scholarship consideration and will be used in selecting
individuals for awards.
I approve release of application information to the Scholarship Committee.
I hereby grant full permission to use my name and likeness in publicity releases or displays as a winner of a Hui
O’Na WahineMerit Scholarship.
I hereby state that the essay included with this application is exclusively the work of the applicant.
_____________________________                            ___________________________________

Applicant Name (Print)                                   Applicant Signature                       Date


               DEADLINE for receipt by Scholarship Chairperson: 20 March 2011




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                                  Hui O’Na Wahine
                    High School Senior Merit Scholarship Application

                                      Applicant Instructions
The completed application packet shall include:

   •   Completed and signed application sheet

   •   A list of school activities, community activities, and work experience, with a brief description of the
       position held in each. List must be typed or written legibly. Please include any awards that you
       have received either in school or through these activities. Use the judging rubric to help you
       format your list.

   •   Original personal essay describing how this scholarship, combined with your personal
       motivation, will aid you in obtaining your academic goals. Please adhere to the following
       guidelines:

           o   Use Times New Roman with a 12 pt font
           o 1.5 or double spacing (limit to one page)
           o Do not use your name throughout the essay

       Your essay is a very important part of this application. It will be evaluated based
       upon clarity of thought, creativity and individuality, and grammatical soundness.
   •   Copy of official current transcripts including class standing and SAT or ACT scores

   •   Include two letters of reference recommending you for a scholarship based on your character,
       ability and potential. These letters may not be from relatives. Consider asking a volunteer
       organizer, a teacher, or current or previous employer for a recommendation. These letters must
       also be in a sealed envelope, signed and dated by the person providing the
       recommendation. Additional instructions for the person writing your recommendation letter are
       provided with this packet.

Recipients of the merit scholarships will be notified on or about 20 April 2011.

The award will be made out to the academic institution and given to the recipient. It is the
recipient’s responsibility to ensure that the award is turned into the appropriate location at the
school. Any unusual circumstances, which might delay the student's educational schedule, must
be brought to the attention of the Scholarship Chairperson to determine continued eligibility for
the award.

All materials sent to the Merit Scholarship Chairperson become the property of the committee.

Neither the chairman nor her committee assumes responsibility for lost or misdirected
applications.




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                                 Hui O’Na Wahine
                   High School Senior Merit Scholarship Application


                       RECOMMENDATION LETTER INSTRUCTIONS
   Thank you for agreeing to write a letter of recommendation on behalf of this scholarship
   applicant. Your recommendation is an important part of his/her application package and we
   appreciate you taking the time to write this letter. The Hui O’Na WahineScholarship
   Committee would like to request that you follow the guidelines listed below:
      • Please provide your letter directly to the applicant in a sealed envelope, signed across
          the seal, prior to March 20, 2011.

       •   Please type or clearly print your letter.

       •   All applications are judged anonymously. There are several judges reading each
           application. To preserve each applicant’s anonymity, we will black out the use of the
           applicants name in the letter before judges score the letter. Also, the applicant will not
           be allowed to see the letter.

       •   If the applicant requests a copy of the letter, you are free to give them another signed
           copy of the letter for their records and possible future use.




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                                 Hui O’Na Wahine
                  Continuing Education Merit Scholarship Application
Dear Continuing Education Student,

Thank you for your interest in applying for the Hui O’Na Wahine Continuing Education Merit
Scholarship. The Hui O’Na Wahine is the all ranks spouses club at Schofield Barracks
established in 1931. Each year, scholarships are awarded to high school seniors and family
members continuing their education based on academic merit, community service, an original
essay, and references. All portions of the application must be postmarked or hand delivered NO
LATER THAN 20 March 2011 to:

       Hui O Na Wahine
       ATTN: Scholarship Committee
       PO Box 861305
       Wahiawa, Hi 96786

Please see the requirements below to determine your eligibility for this scholarship.

Eligibility Requirements:
   •   Current Cumulative GPA of at least 3.0
   •   Currently attending an accredited college, business or trade school at least half time
   •   Member in good standing or Family Member of a member in good standing of the Hui O Na
       Wahine
          o If the membership date falls after December 31st, a $15.00 application fee is required

Applicant is not eligible if:
   •   They are a prior recipient of the Hui O’Na Wahine Merit Scholarship
   •   They have a four-year scholarship (military academy appointment, ROTC, athletic scholarship,
       etc.)
   •   They are taking less than six (6) semester hours or equivalent

For more information contact Courtney Cochran at (501) 352-0990 or
huischolarships@gmail.com.


Applicant Checklist

   o   Completed Application
   o   Current Transcript
   o   Two (2) Letters of Recommendation
   o   Original Personal Essay
   o A list of school activities, community activities, and work experience, with a brief
     description of the position held in each. List must be typed. (Use the rubric as your guide)



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                                  Hui O’Na Wahine
                   Continuing Education Merit Scholarship Application
Please TYPE or use BLACK INK

Applicant’s Name:_______________________________________________________

Hui O’Na Wahine Member’s Name:__________________________________________

Address:_______________________________________________________________

         _______________________________________________________________

Phone Number:_____________________ Alternate Phone Number:______________

Institution Attending:_____________________________________________________

____ College/University      ____ Technical School       ____ Business School         _____Grad School

I pledge that all information contained on this application, and all attached documentation, is accurate to
the best of my knowledge. Should any part be found inaccurate, I understand I may be disqualified. I
understand that if I accept any four-year scholarship (to include ROTC, athletic, etc.) or an appointment
to a service academy (West Point, Annapolis, Air Force Academy) I will inform the Scholarship Chairman
immediately and render myself ineligible for a Hui O’Na Wahine Merit Scholarship. I accept that the
decisions rendered by the Merit Scholarship Committee are final.

                                          PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
The Privacy Act of 1974 (5 USC Sec 522) requires that you be informed of the following information:
The information supplied on this application is for local scholarship consideration and will be used in selecting
individuals for awards.
I approve release of application information to the Scholarship Committee.
I hereby grant full permission to use my name and likeness in publicity releases or displays as a winner of a Hui
O’Na Wahine Merit Scholarship.
I hereby state that the essay included with this application is exclusively the work of the applicant.
_____________________________                            ___________________________________

Applicant Name (Print)                                   Applicant Signature                       Date


               DEADLINE for receipt by Scholarship Chairperson 20 March 2011




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                                 Hui O’Na Wahine
                  Continuing Education Merit Scholarship Application

                                      Applicant Instructions
The completed application packet shall include:

   •   Completed and signed application sheet

   •   A list of school activities, community activities, and work experience, with a brief description of the
       position held in each. List must be typed or written legibly. Please include any awards that you
       have received either in school or through these activities.

   •   Original personal essay describing how this scholarship, combined with your personal
       motivation, will aid you in obtaining your academic goals. Please adhere to the following
       guidelines:

           o   Use Times New Roman with a 12 pt font
           o 1.5 space (limit to one page)
           o Do not use your name throughout the essay

       Your essay is a very important part of this application. It will be evaluated based
       upon clarity of thought, creativity and individuality, and grammatical soundness.
   •   Official current transcript

   •   Include two letters of reference recommending you for a scholarship based on your character,
       ability and potential. These letters should not be from relatives. Consider asking a volunteer
       organizer or current or previous employer for a recommendation. These letters must also be in
       a sealed envelope, signed and dated by the person providing the recommendation.
       Additional instructions for the person writing your recommendation letter are provided with this
       packet.

Recipients of the merit scholarships will be notified on or about 20 April 2011.

The award will be made out to the academic institution and given to the recipient. It is the
recipient’s responsibility to ensure that the award is turned into the appropriate location at the
school. Any unusual circumstances, which might delay the student's educational schedule, must
be brought to the attention of the Scholarship Chairperson to determine continued eligibility for
the award.

All materials sent to the Merit Scholarship Chairperson become the property of the committee.

Neither the chairman nor her committee assumes responsibility for lost or misdirected
applications.




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                                Hui O’Na Wahine
                 Continuing Education Merit Scholarship Application


                       RECOMMENDATION LETTER INSTRUCTIONS
   Thank you for agreeing to write a letter of recommendation on behalf of this scholarship
   applicant. Your recommendation is an important part of his/her application package and we
   appreciate you taking the time to write this letter. The Hui O’Na Wahine Scholarship
   Committee would like to request that you follow the guidelines listed below:
      • Please provide your letter directly to the applicant in a sealed envelope, signed across
          the seal, prior to March 20, 2011.

       •   Please type your letter.

       •   All applications are judged anonymously. There are several judges reading each
           application. To preserve each applicant’s anonymity, we will black out the use of the
           applicants name in the letter before judges score the letter. Also, the applicant will not
           be allowed to see the letter.

       •   If the applicant requests a copy of the letter, you are free to give them another signed
           copy of the letter for their records and possible future use.




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                                                          March Army Fact
  Cheap & Free Things To Do!
                                                 The last living soldier from World War I.
New to the island? Bored on the island?          Frank Buckles, of Charles Town, W.Va.,
Well, there are plenty of ways to keep           passed away recently at the age of 110. He
occupied and watch your wallet, too!             was a motorcycle driver who spent much of
                                                 the war delivering dispatches. He also
Free!: Learn some military history and visit     served as an ambulance driver.
the Arizona Memorial. It’s a humbling
experience! The memorial is open year-
round and is free. Just make sure to get               March Hawaii Fact
there early to avoid the big crowds and the
hot sun.                                         Island of Niihau: A privately owned island,
                                                 with livestock-raising as its principal
Cheap!: Check out Sea Life Park! The park        industry. There is highly limited access by
offers interactive activities with penguins,     general public through helicopter landings
sea lions and dolphins, and all at an            at uninhabited sites. Legend says Niihau
affordable price for the family. Keep your       was the original home of the goddess Pele.
eyes out for specials, too!                      The island has a population of 230, and is
                                                  69 square mile




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                                     March 2011

    Sunday        Monday        Tuesday    Wednesday       Thursday           Friday        Saturday 

                            1              2               3             4              5

                                               Adventure   Adventure
                                                 Club        Club



6             7             8              9               10            11             12
                                                           Tennis Club
                            Tennis Club        Babbling      8:30am
                              8:30am           Bookends     Martinez
                             Martinez            7pm          Gym/
                               Gym                           Bunco/
                                                            Wine Clu
13            14            15             16              17            18             19

                            Tennis Club                       Hui
                              8:30am                       Luncheon
                             Martinez                       10:30am
                               Gym


20            21            22             23              24            25             26
                                                           Tennis Club
                            Tennis Club                      8:30am      Thrift Shop
                              8:30am                        Martinez      Volunteer
                             Martinez                         Gym/       Orientation
                               Gym                         Game Time
                                                                            9-12
                                                              Gals
27            28            29             30              31
               Daytime
               Gourmet
                 Gals



 


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And don’t forget…

    Hui Luncheon              Visit the          Check out a
      March 17               Thrift Shop!        scholarship!


    Submit an           Hui Lei Submissions      Join an Activity
    app. for a          For April: Mar 21             Club!
  board position        For May: Apr 25



                      www.schofieldspousesclub.com




  HUI LEI                                            NONPROFFIT ORG
  ATTN: DISTRIBUTOR                                  US POSTAGE PAID
  P.O. BOX 861305                                    WAHIAWA HI
  WAHIAWA, HI 96786                                  PERMIT NO. 79




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