Monthly Archives: June 2016

Kalihi Palama Hawaiian Civic Club 2016 Polo-style Shirt Design

Kalihi Palama Hawaiian Civic Club Polo-Style Shirts

Club T-shirt in pink or polo shirt in white:  If you wish to order, please let me know size.  I know we took a survey about a year ago and some of us have grown :); others have gotten smaller.  Thus, please send me the type of shirt you’d like to order and size.  Cost is t-shirts S-XL:  10.00.  XXL:  $12.00   XXXL $14; polo is S-XL:  $15; XXL $17; XXXL $20.  T-shirts will be light pink; polo in white.

Kalihi Palama Hawaiian Civic Club 2016 Polo-style Shirt Design

Kalihi Palama Hawaiian Civic Club Polo-Style Shirt

Kalihi Palama Hawaiian Civic Club T-Shirt design 2016

Kalihi Palama Hawaiian Civic Club T-Shirts Ordering Online

Brand new design for 2016, now taking orders! Order on the website, pay by cash or check at pickup, or mail in a check.

Kalihi Palama Hawaiian Civic Club T-Shirt design 2016

Club T-shirt in pink or polo shirt in white:  If you wish to order, please let me know size.  I know we took a survey about a year ago and some of us have grown :); others have gotten smaller.  Thus, please send me the type of shirt you’d like to order and size.  Cost is t-shirts S-XL:  10.00.  XXL:  $12.00   XXXL $14; polo is S-XL:  $15; XXL $17; XXXL $20.  T-shirts will be light pink; polo in white. Order onilne at the link below:

Kalihi Palama Hawaiian Civic Club T-Shirt

 

OHA and Kamehameha Schools Launch Native Hawaiian Federal Service Fellowship

 OHA and Kamehameha Schools have partnered to launch the Native Hawaiian Federal Service Fellowship.  Fellows will spend 9-months in Washington, DC, working within a U.S. Congressional office on federal policy affecting Native Hawaiians and others.  In addition to the opportunity to make an immediate impact on national policy, fellows will gain practical insight into the inner workings of the Federal Government and influence over decisions that affect the Native Hawaiian community.
The program consists of three components: 1) immersion through work on Capitol Hill, 2) individual mentoring from senior aides, and 3) seminars on topics proposed by the fellowship cohort. The program will last up to nine months, beginning in September 2016 and ending in May 2017.  Fellows will be compensated via a $30,000 stipend.  The ideal candidate is a recent college graduate and/or graduate student available to work full time in DC for 9-months.  Candidates should have a demonstrated commitment to the wellbeing of the Native Hawaiian community and show the capacity to work successfully in an office setting.  The deadline to apply is 11:59 PM HSTJuly 1, 2016. More information, including details on how to submit an application, can be found at www.oha.org/DCinternships.

General Membership Meeting Tomorrow!

General Membership Meeting tomorrow, Jun. 27, 2016, 5:30 p.m., Nā Lama Kukui.

Kalihi Palama HCC General Membership Meeting

KPHCC General Membership Meeting on Monday, June 27 at 5:30 p.m. at Na Lama Kukui.