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2 HAWAIIANS & k\1erican INDIANS IN HISTORIC MEETING For years rumors of impending sovereignty, self- determination and the return of native rights have made the rounds throughout the Hawaiian community - lots of talk, but very little action.. October 13, 1994, will stand in time as a day of change for the people of Hawaiian ancestory. The day when the peoples of two distant, but similar, cultures join hands in the effort to erase the cumulative pain of 100 years of prejudice, oppression and economic adversity that has dogged the path of our people for far too long. We embrace our brothers from the great Sioux Indian Nation, who have come to help us in our quest to achieve our dream of freedom through enterprise. An Alliance ofnative Peoples... Proud To Be Indigenous, Proud To Be Free... Proud To Ask For Their Share of The Pie. Ja mes P. Rust Chairman Ha waiian Sovereign Nation, Inc. Photo courtesy ofyvonne Bringuel-Scbardt: Picturedfrom Left to right, Nelson Armitage, Vice President, HSN, John Lytle, Chairman, First American Freedom Foundation, Martin Dul'onte, ChiefAdvisor, HSN, Stevie Cournoyer, jorm er Chief & Chairman, Yankton Sioux Tribe.

3 DEDICATION THIS 35th ANNUAL CONVENTION CONHEHORATIVE SOUVENIR BOOKLET IS DEDICATED TO THE LATE JOHN S. thlnington III { mom HE HONOR AS A CHARTER MEMBER OF THE CENTRAL HAUl HAHAIIAN CIVIC CLUB, THE MAUl DISTRICT COUNCIL OF THE ASSOCIATION OF HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUBS AND AS AN OUTSTANDING MEMBER IN ALL OF THE OTHER ORGANIZATIONS HE WAS INVOLVED WITH; HE GAVE HIS ENERGY, TIME AND EFFORT IN THE SUPPORT AND BETTER MENT OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF HAHAII NEI.

4 Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs 35th Annual Convention. Maui 1994 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS A special Mahalo a nui loa to all of the supporters who have subscribed to advertisements in this year's 1994 Convention Booklet for the Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs. Please kokua and support them whenever possible. Without their generous support, this book would not have been possible. The Office of Hawaiian Affairs Hawaiian Soveriegnty Nation, Inc. Cabanilla Laha ina Shell KamehamehaSchools/Bishop Estate Hawaiian Airlines Alexander & Baldwin, Inc. Kahului Florist First Hawaiian Bank BLS Body/Fender Shop jd Painting & Decorating, Inc. Komoda Store & Bakery Kaui's Florist Emura's Na Lima Mili Hulu No'eau Maui Industrial Service, Inc. Mike Kitagawa Chevron & Food Mart Las Vegas Hawaiian Civic Club Wai Vlu Farms New Maui Fishing Supply Takamiya Market Maui Tropical Plantation Maui Beverage & Supplies, Ltd. Morihara Store Davis Travel & Tours, Inc. Ekahi Tours Na Keiki 0 Hawaii Maui Inter-Continental Resort Pukalani Superette Hawaii Health Care Clinic Nagasako Super Market Tasaka Guri Guri Ace Printing Abraham Aiona, Association of Haw aiian Civic Clubs Governor John Waihee Clayton Hee, OHA Board Chairman Linda Crockett Lingle, Mayor H.K. Bruss Keppler, Assoc iation of Hawaiian Civic Clubs

5 ASSOCIATION OF HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUBS P.o. Box 1135 Honolulu, Hawaii PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE 'Ano'ai me ke aloha pumehana, Ipu kukui ala mau pio'ole i ka akani kaua'ula! Welcome to the Hawaiian civic Clubs. 35th Annual Convention of the Association of Maui no ka 'oil The Association year has been eventful as we celebrated the 75th Anniversary of the establishment of our movement through the founding of the Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu on December 7, 1918, while continuing to strive to fulfill the vision of our founder Prince Jonah Kuhi5 Kalaniana'ole. Mahalo piha to our officers, their hana nui throughout the year. directors and committee chairs for Again, you have done us proud! Best aloha to all members as we, together, complete the important work that brings us to convention. Our workshops,. our resolutions and the debate on them and our committee deliberations and reports all help us to gain the knowledge and insight necessary to preparing us to carry on our pervasive endeavors to improve the lot of our Hawaiian People". Mahalo nui loa to the members of the Maui County Council clubs, our hosts at this convention, for your hard work and warm Maui-style hospitality. a oia'i'o, KEPPELER

6 EXECUTIVE CHAMBERS HON O L U L U JO H N WAIHE E GOV E ItNOIt MESSAGE FROM GOVERNOR JOHN WAIHEE November 13, 1994 I am pleased to extend my warmest aloha to everyone who has come together on Maui for the 35th annual convention of the Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs. This meeting of local and national civic clubs is most timely, for there is much unresolved busin ess to discuss MM not only in Hawaii, but across the Pacific and around the globe. In 1993, we observed the looth anniversary of the illegal overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy. Since then, the issue of Hawaiian sovereignty has taken on a number of forms, shaped by the interests of autonomous organizations. The Hawaiian Civic Clubs have been steadfast in their support for improving the condition of the Hawaiian people, especially through continued education, I hope and expect that your deliberations on Maui will inspire you anew to persist in this effort to work for the common good. May you all have a most productive and informative convention. ----JOHN WAIHEE

7 LINDA CROCKETT LINGLE Mayor TELEPHONE OFFICE OF THE MAYOR COUNTY O F M AUl WAILUKU, MAUl, HAWAII I A MESSAGE FROM THE MAYOR On behalfofthe people ofthe County ofmaui. it gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the 35th Annual Convention ofthe Associatton ofhawaiian Civic Clubs. I am glad that Maui is hosting this evem, which promises to be very exciting and memorable. The convention weekend provides a wonderful opportunity to meet with fellow members from other clubs, share ideas and take pride in your accomplishments over the past year. My best wishes to the organizers and participatus ofthe 35th Annual Convention ofthe Association ofhawaiian Civic Clubs fo r a very successful and productive conference. Sincerely, ~~~~ LINDA CROCKEIT LINfiili: Mayor, County ofmaui

8 STATE OF HAWAI'I OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS 711 KAPI'OLANI BOULEVARD, SUITE 500 HONOLULU. HAWAI'I PHONE (608) FAX (808) MESSAGE FROM OHA BOARD CHAIRMAN CLAYTON BEE November 13, 1994 Aloha ia kakou pakahi apau. I am honored and privileged to have this opportunity to welcome you to the 35th Association ofhawaiian Civic Clubs Annual Convention for This year's theme, "KA IPU KUKUI'A'A MAU, PIO 'OLE I KA MAKA 10 KAUA'ULA"; The eternal flame cannot be extinguished by the fierce winds of Kuau'ula, reminds us to be vigilant in our collected efforts to provide a better life for our youngsters, and generations ofhawaiians to come. One such effort is to learn, ask questions and make choices as we discuss and decide the complexities of sovereignty. I know the Hawaiian Civic Clubs actively serve the Hawaiian people. It is my hope this conference will provide answers to the many issues which affect us today. E lanakila kakou. I ho'okahi pu'uwai me ka lokahi. Let us move forward with one heart, strengthened by unity.

9 OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS TRUSTEIS Clayton H. W. Hee ClWRMm 111=lYAIIU Abrnham A10na VICE ClMJRMA.'1 TRUSIT. t.\w toamke'ata Akaka JRlL'TfL llawaj1 Rowena ',Akana TRUSTn:..I T URGf A. French)' DeSoto TRl/STrf AT l.aage Kina'u Boyd Kamali'l TRUSITE AT-l.AAGE l\amald A. Kanahele. Hl 1I1USITE,U-U.RGE M05r5K. Keale, Sr. TRUSIT. IV\lL~'1 ~ NrtllJIU arnuel L Kcaloha, lr. 11lUST. MOLOKA".ll z.i.na J Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs P.O. Box 1135 Honolulu, Hawaii Aloha Mai and Aloha Kakou, As the Trustee representing Maui, I am especially happy to welcome all of you to the Valley Isle. The fact that you chose Maui for your Annual Convention, pleases us, and we hope that you spend some time visiting the many historical sites and also enjoy the natural beauty of our favorite island. I know that business will demand much time as you go through your sessions and workshops, Much needs to be done and relative to the needs of our people, however, I know that much will be accomplished. Dante K. Carpenter A L'lISTRAroJ! Me ke aloha, Sesntta A.D.Mocpono, Esq. V[PUlY AD,\IJNlSTIlAroIl Abraham Aiona Vice-Chairman, Board of Trustees Trustee, Maui Island. 711 Kapl'olanl Boulevard, Sulte 500. Honolulu, Hawai' H 9 Phone Fax

10 HAWAII Hawaii Council Report (Not Available) HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB OF HAMAKUA P.O. Box 458, Honokaa, HI July 2, 1937 DATE CHARTERED(AOHCC) April 16, 1966 CLUB MOrrO Va Mau ke ea 0 ka 'Aina I ka pono Hawaii Aloha CtUB FLOWER Maile CLUBCOLORS Lavender and whi te CLUB OFFICERS & DIRECfORS Reynolds N. Kamakawiwoole Vice Sylvia Beckham Gloria Lukzen (Ronnie Cordoban) Corresponding Secretary: Lisa Juan Marilyn Kamakawiwoole Directors: John Akina, James Lukzen, Clyde Mendes Chairman of the Board: Tony Ancheta Sergeant-At-Arms: Moses Kunishige Chaplain: Elaine Mills Historian: Ronnie Cordoban ACTIVITIES & ACHIEVEMENfS Calendar sale chaired by Clyde Mendes along w ith the book sale provided the dub with some good profits. Farmers Market held on 2 Saturdays chaired by Sylvia Beckham also was very successful for the smaller fundraisers. Softball tournament - Our larger fundraiser was a success chaired by Lovey Juan and concession chairman Ronnie Cordoban held on September 10 and 11 at Haina Park which raised over $ in profit assisted funding our delega tes expenses to the 1994 AOHCC convention. SCHOLARSHW Chaired by James Lukzen and his scholarship committee provided five ($250.00) scholarships awards for students from Honokaa High School. The club provided a dinner attended by our members, recipients and their parents held on July 14 at the Honokaa Club. 25% of all profits from fundralsers goes to this fund. Everyone had a delightful time along with the program and music. HIGHWAY CLEAN UP PROJECf This Adopt the Highway project led by chairman John Akina allowed our members to pick up the opa la at least 3 times this year with members and families participating in our designated 2 mile Hawaii Belt road located between Paauhau and Kalopa. The club members really enjoyed the project along with the healthy walk. Mahala to all participating members. ALOHA WEEK FLOAT Our members were enthused about getting involved in the Aloha Week parade held on September 24 at Waimea and although it's 15 miles away from our home dis trict, we were going to show our Aloha spirit and in the Theme of Lokomaika'i also include our tribute to our sugar company final harvest. This project chaired by Ronnie Cordoban will promote the pride of our dub and the spirit of Aloha. INTERNAL PROJECfS Chairman Hazel Salaza r and John Alcina have scheduled arts and crafts workshops for our members in October hopefully at Waipio Valley Lookout. BOARD OF DlRECfORS Our board meets every first Thursday, that has allowed the Board to become more involved into the activities and approval of projects and money dispersements. There are new officers elected during this year, which include Treasurer, Recording Secretary and Sergeant at Arms. MEMBERSHW We have grown to 45 members as of this da te and continue to grow, although we live in community whereby our largest employer Harnakua Sugar Co. will termin ate operations in Hamakua this year. Aloha to Hamakua Sugar Co. We will miss you. CONVENTION We are planning to send 4 delegates to this year's convention. Attending are President Reynold Kamekawiwoole, Vice President Sylvia Beckham, Program CommitteeChairman Hazel Salazar and Health Committee Chairman Jacqu elyn Kalaau. FAREWELL NOTE We are going to miss our past chartered member, Lillian Pascual, who always had a smile and aloha for everyone that she approached. She was tru ly Hawaiian in every way. She was not only a fine and outstanding member of our club, but a great mother, grandmother, and friend to everyone. Aloha Lillian! God bless you. Our club will continue to have fun with our activities, including the upcoming Casino N ight for our members, not enough at Vegas. We will furthe r grow in recru itment and will give everyone an opportunity to join our club. We want to thank everyone to have a prosperous year and to all members of the Hawaiian Civic Club of Hamakua, IMUA-HAMAKUA. HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB OF HILO P.O. Box 1560 Hilo, Hawaii DATE CHARTERED CLUB MOITO CLUB COLORS CLUB OPFICER & DIRECfORS Vice Directors: Historian: (Not Available) (Not Available) (Not Available) "Hawai'I Aloha" Pana'ewa Maile Red and Gold Lily Pa Alberta Kruger Muriel Nuuanu Violet Makuakane John Makuakane, Alvin Kahina, Hobie Van Giesen, Al Tallett, Edward Atkins Muriel Nuuanu

11 Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs 35th Annual Convention s Maui 1994 HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB OF KA'U P.O. Box 4 Pahala, Ha waii Augusl1969 DATE CHARTERED February 1970 CtUB MorrO Va Mau Ke Ea 0 Ka Aina I Ka Pono (The life of the land is perpetuated. in righteousness) Ka Nani A'a Ka'u A'ali'i CLUB COLORS Green and White CLUB OFFICER & DIRECTORS First Vice Second Vice Directors: Helen (Tita) Tayamen Wm. AhiaJr. Mae Akamu Jeanette Howard Leinaala Enos Helen Cajigal, Lillian Ortega, Lilly Ahia, Anna Cariaga ACTIVITlES & ACHIEVEMENfS 1993 Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada (4) in attendance, (2) delegates, (1) at large (1) guest. Scholarship awards - High School graduates: Kellle Andrade and Napoleon Kailiawa; Post-graduate: Krisinda Ibarra. Sponsored (22) 5th grade students of Hawaiian ancestry to the Kamehameha Schools summer exploration program from Pahala and Na'alehu School. Hosted. Maori College students and makua from New Zealand, Total (27) on 12/10/93 Hawaiian Sovereignty Commissioners meeting in Ka'u on 1/18/94. Special OHA meeting in Ka'u on 6/6/94. Fundraised the Education fund - Kalua and Poi take-out on 9/5/94 Our meetings are held once per month, alternating at Pahala and Ne'alehu. KOH ALA HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB P.O. Box 719 Kapaau, Haw aii DATE CHARTERED CLUBMOTIO CLUBCOLQRS CLUB OFFICER & DIRECTORS First Vice Secretary: Directors: Chaplain: Historian: (Not Available) 1964 (Not Available) '''Ahahui'OKiwini Kahala" Ilima Red. and Yellow Margaret Hoshida Fred Soloman Jr. Janet Coit Eudora Lincoln Evelyn Soloman, Jack Salvador Jr. Mary Lee Marie Soloman KONA HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB P.O. Box 4098 Kailua-Kana, HI DATE CHARTERED (AOHCC) February 1952 CLUB Morro Kulia I Ka Nu'u (Strive for the Highest) Kona Kai 'Opua Pikake CLUB COLORS Red and Yellow CLUB OFFICERS & DIRECTORS Leimana DaMate First Vice Buddy Farden Second Vice Kila DeMello Malani DeAguair Pearl Glory Directors: Kahea Beckley, Hannah Springer, Irma Chillingworth, Rose Fujimori, Ka'ohelo Kirk, Arthur Mahi, Josep h, Spencer III, Curtis Tyler Sergeant-at-Arms: Richard DeAguair Chaplain: Leon Sterling, Jr. Historian: Ka'ohelo Kirk Choral Director: Zeke Israel ACTIvmES & ACHIEVEMENfS The Kona Hawaiian Civic Club began 1994 with a significant amendment to our Constitution and By-Laws by adding the position of Second Vice-President. Member Kila DeMello was elected 2nd CVP in a special election. The Constitution was also amended to bring it into line with the Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs constitution. In February, KHCC was Significan tly involved with community group who formed. a "Land Development Naming Committee". The purpose of this committee is to act in an advisory capacity to the Hawaii County Planning Division whenever new developments or subdivisions are planned. The focus of this advisory group is to try to make sure that any new development names are kept Hawaiian and preferably reflective of the site ahupua'a. KHCC members who sit on this Advisory Council are: Hannah Springer, Hank Kekai, jcjo Tanimoto, Moana Kuma and Kahu Leon Ster ling. The KHCC began a joint venture with the University of Hawaii-Hila Continuing Education Division in a pilot program designed to be an educational tour of West Hawaii for visiting professors of various mainland universities. Coordinated by KHC member, Kahea Beckley, this was a week-long program of cultural experiences including historic site visits, tours, hands-on experiences with lauhala weaving, lei making, laau lapeau, lectures on current models of sovereignty, discussions on ceded lands and water rights, with a finale 2-hour Hawaiian show performed by KHCC members. Also in February, the KHCC hosted a public information forum with Mr. Warren Lee, President of HEeO, and Warren Hee, President of Waimana Enterprises on the controversial issues of economic development and power needs for West Hawaii. Attended by a large cross-section of the community, one of the focuses of this forum was on the ground water rights and the common usage of water originating on ceded lands. This forum was facilitated and organized by KHCC member Ross Wilson.

12 Leimana DaMate, Rachel Freitas, and Curtis Tyler joined the other civic clubs of the HI District Council in attending the Hawaiian Sovereignty Advisory Commission meeting held in Honolulu in February. In March, the KHCC co-sponsored with Hulihe'e Palace, a celebration of Prince Kuhio Day. Coordinated by Bucky Leslie and Richard Gouveia, this event included cultural displays and Hawaiian performances. The KHCC participated in the Hawaii Food Bank Drive in April by manning a collection booth and accepting donated canned foods for this worthwhile cause. Member Kila DeMello also coordinated a support group who participated in the "March For Parks" fundraiser for Pu'uhonua 0 Honaunau, City of Refuge. Kahea Beckley organized the Hawaiian culture display and workshop at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel for Destination Hawaii. This workshop was designed to educate tourists in "hands-on" Hawaiian arts and crafts. In May, KHCC members, Malani DeAguair and Fanny Au Hoy attended the Office of Hawaiian Affairs "Conference on Hawaiian Language" in Honolulu. The KHCC was also fortunate enough to be able to participate in a navigational educational project with the Polyn esian Voyaging Society and the canoe, the "E'Ala". Our memb ers provided the opportun ity for na 'opio, ages to 14 to 18, to sail the E'Ala on a three-day trip from Pu'uhonua 0 Honaunau to Kawaihae. We were also fortunate enough to have some of our kupuna who are very knowledgeable in ocean current and celestial navigation accompany our crew and teach as they sailed. This project was coordinated by KHCC member, Angel Pilago. HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB OF LAUPAHOEHOE P.O. Box 397 Laupahoehoe, Hawaii : July 1971 DATE CHARTERED: February 1972 CLUB MOTO: Ua Mau Ke ea 0 Ka Aina I Ka Pono (The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness) : Ka Nai Aupuni : (Not Available) CLUBCOLORS: Royal Blue and Gold CLUB OFFICERS & DIRECTORS First Vice Second Vice Directors: Sergeant-at-Arms: Chaplain: Historian; Walter C. Victor Louise "Sweetie" Maikui Hannah Shimasaki Gertrude "Lei" Sato Ernest K. Thomas Rebecca "Momi" Kalauli, James "Ula" Kaeha [r., Elizabeth "Mahoe" Eugenio Albert Maikui Toribio Francisco Janice G. Naiditch ACTMTIES & ACHIEVEMENTS Catered luau's for scholarship fund. Awarded four scholarship grants. Participated in the Kamehameha Day activities in Kona, Hawaii. PRINCE DAVID KAWANANAKOA HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB 203 Todd Avenue Hilo, Hawaii : 1966 DATE CHARTERED: 1966 CLUB MOTTO: Ua Mau e ea 0 ka 'aina i ka pono (The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness) : "Kuu Home I Keaukaha" : (Not Available) CLUB COLORS: Rainbow CLUB OFFICERS & DIRECTORS: Ululani Sherlock First Vice Clarence Mauhili Nona Kukona E. Sonny Kinney Directors: Ann Nathaniel, Gennie Kinney, Leirnomi Mauhili Sergeant-at-Arms: Bob Sherlock Chaplain & Historian: Mary Mae Unea ACTIVITIES & ACHIEVEMENTS PDKHCC continues its efforts toward recruiting new members and encouraging inactive members to participate in meetings. Hosted a heavy pupu gathering of the Whittier College Class of '62 reunion with a presentation by Sonny Kinney on Ho'oponopono. Participated in Kamehameha Day festivities both in Hawaii and Hilo. Sponsored two students at this summer's Kamehameha School's Exploration program. Ongoing fundraising activities and projects to help increase our scholarship funding and subsidize expenses of officers and members attending annual conventions. MAUl Maui Council Report Aloha kakou! On behalf of the officers and members of the Maui District Council, I would like to extend a very warm aloha to all in attendance at our 35th Annual Convention of the Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs here on Maui. We were privileged to be an active part in the activities of this year's convention and we're looking forward to a most successful and rewarding experience. The three remaining clubs in the Maui District Council have been instrumental in the preparation for this convention and this is a good start. The Hoolehua Hawaiian Civic Club on Molokai have a new set of officers and are off to a good start in becoming involved in the Maui Council as well as their 'aina, We have finally reviewed and up-dated the Constitution and By-Laws of the Maui District Council, elected and installed a full slate of officers in compliance with our Constitution. I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all the new officers in the three clubs of the Maui Council as well as the incoming officers of the Maui District Council who will

13 Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs 35th Annual Convention. Maui 1994 be duly installed at the end of this 35th Convention. Furthermore, I'd like to thank all the members in the Maui District Council for their time and effort in the preparation and completion of their activities for this convention and I am proud to claim that they were a part of me throughout my term as Pres ident of the Maui District Counci1-AOHCC. Mahalo! A.D. Sonny Fernandez, President MC-AOHCC CENTRAL MAUl HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB P.O. Box 432 Kahului, Hawaii DATE CHARTERED CLUB MOTTO CLUB COLOR CLUB OFFICERS & DIRECTORS First Vice President Directors : Chaplain: Choral Director: February 1961 April 16, 1966 E Maka' Ala Kakou (Let us be watchful and alert) "Maui 0 Kama" Lokelani Pink Paul Canto Anthony "Sonny" Fernandez Desiree A. Pagaduan Patricia Feiteira Stanley Bega, Betty Bega, Clara Destefano Sasa Ewaliko Gertrude Mahi Stephanie Stucky ACTIVmES & ACHlEVEMENIS Central Maui Hawaiian Civic Club started 1994 by assisting and organizing programs for th e Association of Hawaiian Civic Club's 1994 Annual Convention to be held here at the Maui Inter-Con tinen tal Resort in Kihei. We continue to assist in Community Affairs tha t invo lves our culture through song and dance, as well as arts and crafts. We have again awarded five scho larships to students attending schools at a technical or college level, we are constantly seeking new members and we gratefully acknowledge our active members. We are again in the process and planning to restore the Hawaiian Hale at the Kapaniwai Heritage Park. The three acre developed park area was Originally established in The themes of the park are ethnic diversity as illustrated by the ethnic pavilions and the ethnolotanical garden denoting the cultures of the Phillipines, China, Japan, Portugal, and Hawaii with other structures representing the missionary or western influences. The goal of the pa rk is to educate visitors, residents and school classes about Hawaii's ethnic diversity. Plan to include the installation of interspective signs at each of the ethnic" villages " with a better designed trail system to link the villages. The activities in the park are centered around nature walks through the gardens and picnicing at the sheltered table sites. The monument de not ing the "Battle of Capon" is located along the road way between Capon Heritage Park and the Hawaii Nature Cen ter facility. DATE CHARTERED CLUB MOTTO CLUB COLOR CLUB OFFICERS & DIRECTORS Vice Presiden t: Directors: LAHAINA HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB P.O. Box 191 Lahaina, Hawaii (Not Available) Halona Olianda Pink Bernice Nitta Thelma Shimaoka Libby Ma rciel Nani Leong Adele Silva, Frank Silva, Sarah Kaumchoiwa ACTIVmES & ACHtEVEMENIS This year was more prosperous than last yea r. We have five new members! We had money making projects for two scholarships, sold pickled mangos, cookies and made leis. Participated in King Kamehameha Day pa rade and won 2nd place in the decorated vehicle d ivision. Scholarships awarded to two Lahainaluna High School graduates of Hawaiian Ancestry to continue their education at the University of Hawaii (Hilo campus) & the University of Hawaii (Manoa campus). Although it was a good year, we also had to say good bye to Norman Oda and Arnold Harray who we re members from the beginning of Lahaina Hawaiian Civic Club. HDOLEHUA HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB P.O. Box 728 Kaunakakai, Hawaii May 12, 1971 DATE CHARTERED February 1972 CLUB MOrrO Ua mau ke ea oka aina ika pono' (The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness) Ho'olehua Kukui CLUB COLORS Green and Black CLUB OFFICERS & DIRECTORS President Vice Treas urer: Directors: Edwina H. Cacoulidis Mamie B.K. Pate Winona K. Kaawa Florence K. Char Vivian K. Ainoa, Wayde Lee, Luana E. Hamakua Reactivated August 1994 KAUA'[ President's Report The clubs of the Kauai Council continue to hold their regular dub meetings. Although the dubs are now low in mem bership, their spirits are grea t and their minds and hearts also, working hard to keep the d ubs together to support the objectives and goals of their dubs as well as the Association. The dubs attended the 1993 Convention held in Las

14 Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs 35th Annual Convention. Maui 1994 Vegas, and donated Ti leaves, baby haleconias and Bird of Paradise flowers. Also table decorations consisting of Hawaiian salt, raw sugar, and macadamia nuts were brought. The council also donated Kaua i Kookies, Kulolo and brought Kauai Love You buttons as well as Kauai maps which were donated my the Hawaii Visitors Bureau. The Hanalei Club attended the 75th Anniversary of the Honolulu Civic Club and the dedication of the Grover Cleveland Court. They continue to sponsor 5th graders to the Kamehameha Summer Exploration Program. Also sponsored one 10th grader to Summer School, and supports four college students with scholarships. They continue to support their youth paddlers to the State Canoe race on Oahu and long distance race in Kana. The Kaumualii Hawaiian Civic Club continues to suppo rt the Koke'e Museum and the Garden Isle Arts Council and continues to do demonstrations of Hawaiian salt making and Poi pounding. The clubs also participated by serving refreshments at the Hawaiian Sovereignty meetings. KAU MU ALII HAWAIIA N CIVIC CLUB P.O. Box 231 Eleele, Hawaii DATE CHARTERED CLUB MOITO CLUB COLORS CLUB OFRCERS & DIRECTORS Vice Directors: March 10, 1968 February 7, 1969 (Not Available) " Kaumualii" Maile Lauliilii Red and Gold Lionel Kaohi George Arthur Kruse Lydia Kaohi Lena Menonca Florence Kajiwara, Pauline Kupo Jenni e Keuma, Penny anakalea ACTIVrnES & ACHIEVEMENTS The Kaumualii Hawaiian Civic Club continues to hold their meetings every other month. The clubs activities are limited, consisting mainly of Hawaiian arts and crafts demonstrations. We also are members of the Kokee Museum and the Garden Isle Arts Council, supporting the cultures and arts of Hawaii. Our members enjoy attending conventions whenever possible. The members of our dub donated ti leaves, Hawaiian salt, raw suga r, and macadamia nuts to the Las Vegas Club, to be used. as table decorations at our last convention held in Las Vegas. We continue to support and uphold the objectives of our dub and the Association. Members attended the Hawaiian Sovereignty Meeting and prepared refreshments, and also attended a public meeting by OHA. DATE CHARTERED CLUB MOITO CLUB COLORS CLUB OFFICERS & DIRECTORS Vice Recording Secretary & DATE CHARTERED CLUB MOTTO CLUB COLORS CLUB OFFICERS & DIRECTORS Vice Directors: KAUAI HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB P.O. Box 732 Kalaheo, Hawaii March 10, 1968 April 16, 1966 "Kaua'i, Hemolele I Ka MaHe!" (Beautiful is Kaua'i, in the Calm!) Nani Wale Lihue (Oh! Beautiful is Lihue) Mokihana Purple and White HANALEI H AWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB P.O. Box 412 Kila ue a, Hawaii Gabriel I Mary Ahana John llalaole Jr. March 26, " Kaulana a 0 Hanalei" (Famous is Hanalei) Hanohani Hanalei Pua Olena Purple and White Howard T. Yokotake Jr. Cha rles Kim Annie Hashimoto Keikilani Harada Valerie Ann Yokotake, Wayne Harada, Joseph Haumea ACTIVrnES & ACHIEVEMENTS The Hanalei Hawaiian Civic Club is low in membership, great in spirit, mind and heart. Though the numbers may be' small we continue to be active to keep the dub together, to support the objectives and goals of the Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs. Attended the 75th Anniversary of the Hawaiian Civic Club. Attended the dedication service of the Grover Cleveland Court. Attended and prepared refreshments for the Hawaiian Sovereignty meeting in Anahola. Continue to sponsor Hanalei and Kilauea 5th graders to the Kamehameha Sununer Exploration. Sponsored one 10th grader to Summer School. Continue to support our youth paddlers to the State Canoe race on Oahu and the Liliuoka Long Distance race in Kona. Continue to support four college students with scholarships. MAINLAND Mainland Council Report (Not Available) 'AHAHUI '0 LlLI'UOKALANI HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB Semora Place Cerritos, CA

15 Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs 35th Annual Convention Maui 1994 DATE CHARTERED CLUBMOlTO CLUBSONG CLUB COLORS CLUB OFFICERS & DIRECTORS Pelekikena: Hope Pelekikena 'Ekahi: Hope Pelekikena 'Elua: Kakau 'olelo Ho'opa'a: Kakau 'olelo Launa Palapala: Pu'uku: Papa Alaka'i: Historian: Choral Director: February 4, 1977 "'Onipa'a" (Steadfast) "Lei No Kamaka 'Eha" (Commonly known as "Makalapua") Pua Kalaunu (Crown Flower) Black and Yellow (Lavender Alternative) John Jensen Brucie Berard Wilhelmina Bogni Lei Jensen Darlene Kubota Joseph Smith Andy Berard, Ronnie Novy, Richard Kubota Patrick Gandal, Rose Gandal Mary Pelayo Harry Kawai 'AINAHAU 0 KALEPONI HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB 2462 Jacaranda Ave. Orange, California July 1982 DATE CHARTERED November 1982 CLUBMOlTO"E Malama la Na Poni 0 Ka 'Aina E Na Opia" (The Culture of the Land Is Preserved in its Youth) CLUBSONG "Ainahau" CLUBCOLORS Peacock Blue, Seafoam Green and White CLUB OFFICERS& DIRECTORS Pelekikena: Carl Hookaulana Bode Immediate Past Kaiwi Pang Hope Pelekikena 'Ekahi: Annette Mehana Unten Hope Pelekikena 'Elua: Helen Bissen Kakau 'olelo Ho'opa'a: Geraldine Freeman Kakau 'olelo Ho'oholo: Ginger Wilson Pu'uku: Kimeone Fahilga Papa Alaka'i: Nani Yee, Paahana Bissen, Lahaina Burbank, Kealoha Bode, Malina Kaulukukui, John Bissen Sergeant-at-Arms: John Bissen Chaplain: Mary Ann KauIuwehi Kalama Historian: Paahana Bissen HUI 0' HAWAI'I0' UTAH HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB 1242 East Emerson Ave. Salt Lake City, Utah November 1985 DATE CHARTERED November 1986 CLUB MOlTO ""Ka 'Uhane 0 lesu e ho'a ia mai a mau loa" (The Spirit of Christ that is lit to Bum Forever) "Ku'u Haoa" Pikake CLUB COLORS CLUBOFFICERS & DIRECTORS First Vice Second Vice Teal and White Jess K. Kalawaia, Jr. Haunani Howell Cheryl Razo Shirley Kalawaia Corresponding Secretary: Shirley Kalawaia Mark Gray Directors: Ellen Selu, Puna Raymond Ezekial Kamai, Jr. DATE CHARTERED CLUB MOlTO CLUB COLORS CLUB OFFICERS & DIRECTORS First Vice Second Vice Corresponding Secretary: Directors: Chaplain:,AHAHUI KIWI LA HAWAI'I 0 SAN DIEGO (Formerly HCC Hui 0 Hawai'i of San Diego) 1810 Double D Drive - El Cajon, CA DATE CHARTERED CLUB MOlTO October 12, 1993 October 27, 1993 "E Ho'olaha I Ka Pono 0 Ka Hawai'i" (To Spread the Goodness of the Hawaiian) "He Mele Lahui Hawai'i" O'kika Purple and White Dolly Keahiolala Crawford Toni Kaleilani Mallow Denise Uilani Dudoit-Meyers Noelani Spaulding Anthia Kihei Austin Tula Mapuana Striffler Darryl Rapozo, Hanalei Vierra, Bob Akeakamai Crawford Mena Keali'i Waine'e Aranio LAS VEGAS HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB 5351 South Maryland Parkway Las Vegas, Nevada CLUB COLORS CLUB OFFICERS & DIRECTORS (Not Available) November 1989 "Kulia E Loa'a Ka Na'aoau" (Strive to Obtain Wisdom) "Pua Carnation" Carnation Silver Gray/Black Kaho'onei Panoke Leina'ala Uilani Ohata-Sims Mitchell Hampp Theresa Hall Mohala Reed Dona Kanehelani Leone Kekua Paki, Mildred Demotta, Victor Jarrett, Oni Onekea, Kawaiala Tamburi, Katherine Frink First Vice Second Vice Corresponding Secretary: Directors: NA KEIKI 0 HAWAI'I - HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB P.O. Box Anchorage, AK DATE CHARTERED CLUB MOlTO CLUB COLORS CLUB OFFICERS& DIRECTORS "Onipa'a I Ka Mana'o (Holdfast to Your Goals) "Kaukana Na Pua" Pikake Purple and White

16 First Vice Directors: Chaplain: Historian: Larry Nakea Sherry Evans Sharon Estonillo [erre Yamada Guy Okada, Al Kaneta, Ashlyn Hose, Helen Kanehailua, JR Degala Hattie Nicholas Mae Smith NA PO'E 0 COLORADO - HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB 1431 E. 8th St. Pueblo, Colorado DATE CHARTERED CLUB MOrrO CLUB COLORS CLUB OFFICERS & DIRECTORS First Vice Second Vice Directors: Historian: OAHU AHAHUI SIWILA HAWAII 0 KAPOLEI P.O. Box 422 Barbers Point, HI November 1988 (Not Available) (Not Available) Orchid Red and Gold Dewey Clark Eulani Forsythe Corey Casey Betty Aona Brenda Funk Bill Hildebrand, Tania Hildebrand, Lillian Grimmett, June Akeo Lillian Grimmett (Not Available) DATE CHARTERED October 28, 1993 CLUB MOrrO E Mau Ke Ea 0 Ka 'Aina I Ka Pono (Let Sovereignty Restore the righteousness of the land) The original, uncut version of the Queen's Prayer Ilima Maoli/Native llima CLUB COLORS Red, Green, Blue and White CLUB OFFICERS & DIRECTORS First Vice Second Vice Corresponding Secretary: Directors: Sergeant-At-Arms: Chaplain: Historian: La Verne Hatch Ellie Kaanaana Shad S. Kane Joanne Kaina Emogene K. Martin Robert O. Holden Pam Dayton, Michael Kaualoku Dan Lyman Olga Kalama Melissa Guerreiro ACTIVITIES & ACHIEVEMENTS Ano'ai Kakou...It's been a year full of fun and excitement for us. Since receiving our charter at convention, we are 55 members strong and growing. Every member of this club takes an active interest in fulfilling the goals and objectives of this hui, the Oahu council and the association. All of which we take pride in being a part of. Aha Hui Siwila Hawaii 0 Kap olei holds monthly board and general meetin we also have attended all Oahu council and association meetings. Other highlights and accomplishments this year include: Oct. Attendance at 1993 convention NOV. First general meeting and election of officers DEC. First fundraiser at Makakilo Elementary, participation in the Ewa Beach Christmas parade, attendance at Nanaikapono Christmas installation and luncheon, participation in Christmas tree toy collection, attendance at Honolulu HCC 75th anniversary. JAN. Attendance at Pearl Harbor installation luncheon. Had our own installation banquet at TripIer officers club with installing office judge Walter Heen. FEB. Our club had a Hui Na'auao sovereignty workshop at which we invited other civic clubs to join us, this workshop was also taped by CNN and later aired in May, attendance at Wahiawa's informational meeting concerning Kukaneloku. MAR. Attendance at Ali'i Sunday and Mauna Ala for Prince Kuhio, participation in Oahu Council Hoikeike, Attendance at Ulupo Interpretive signs Dedication, attendance Cleveland Court Dedication. APR: Participation in Makakilo Stew Cook-Off where proceeds go to fund many community programs which include scholarship, participation in Makakilo water conservation Slow The Flow, Na Mea class in Lauhala weaving. MAY: Attendance at Pacific Islander Leadership Summit, attended club member Lance Holden's art exhibit showing. JUNE: Participated in the King Kamehameha Floral Parade, Kokua with the Oahu Council float decorating, attendance at Queen Emma 30th Anniversary/Scholarship Dinner, participated with Kalihipalama Quilt Day registration at Kawaihao Church. Na Mea Chair attended O.H.A.. Hawaiian Language Conference. JULY: Participated as ushers and facilitators at the July 4th Soapbox Workshops at Iolani Palace, participated July 31st La Ho'iho'i Ea as ushers and facilitators, help friends for Ewa with Hawaiian translation for street in the Lincoln Village Subdivision. Attended Nanaikapono Scholarship Luau. Aug: Went to Leahi Hospital to sing, play music, dance Hula for the residents, participated and coordinated the Graffiti Wipeout for Makakilo/Kapolei, members taught hula dancers from Hui 0 Kamalei Lauhala weaving to help with their fundraising efforts, club members taught Nui weaving and crafts at this years Hemophilia Camp at Mokuleia. SEPT: Visited with residents at Lunalilo Home, played music and sang, participated in Makakilo Hoolaulea, members volunteered at the Jerry Lewis Telethon both KHO and Restaurant Row site. Mahalo Nui Loa for allowing us to share with you.

17 Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs 35th Annual Convention s Maui 1994 I AU'I PAUAHI HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB P.O. Box Hale' iwa, HI DATE CHARTERED CLUB CLUB MOrro CWBCOLORS CLUB OFFICERS & DIRECTORS First Vice Directors: Chaplain: Historian: December 2, 1973 December 8, 1973 "Ka I Kaika 0 Ka Manao Ke Kino" (Strong in Mind and Body) "Pauahi 0 Kalani" Pua Kukui ame Lau Kukui Keokeo Pua'ala McElhaney Kekoa Paulsen Audrey Malama Corpuz Harriet O'Sullivan Carole Paulsen, Annelle Amaral, Betty Jenkins, Frank Dower Kupuna Elizabeth Ellis Kawohiokalani ACTIVlTlES AND ACHIEVEMEN1S Participation with: Alii Sundays at Kawaiaha'o Church, Mauna Ala Ali'i Services, Aha Opio OHA Youth Legislature, Aha Kupuna Conference, Bishop Museum Sunday, Alu Like Computer Training Center - Scholarship Award Advocacy and Support: Aloha Fun Run, Jerry Lewis' Muscular Dystrophy Telethon, Kukaneloko Birth Stone Project - Wahiawa HCC, Office of Hawaiian Affairs, LunaUlo Home, Queen Lili'uokalani Ch ildre n's Cen ter EWA HA WAIIAN CIVIC CLUB 246o-A Naai St. - Ho nol ulu, HI (Not Available) DATE CHARTERED May 4, 1948 CLUB Morro "Ua Mau Ke Ea 0 Ka'aina I Ka Pono" (The Life of the Land is Perpetuated in Righteousness) "PUPU 0 'EWA" (Not Available) CLUB COLORS Gree n and Yellow CLUB OFFICERS& DIRECTORS First Vice Second Vice Directors: George N. Kaeliwai Jr. John Quattlebaum Florence Todd Adeline Estenes George N. Kaeliwai Jr. Margie Zinkie, Michael Nakea, Marcella Quattlebaum, Katherine Nakea, Hannah Fonsenca, Madeline Kaeliwai HAWAllAN CIV IC CLUB OF HONOLULU P.O. Box 1513, Hono lul u, HI DATE CHARTERED December 7, 1918 (Not Available) CLUB MOrrO "Ua Mau Ke Ea 0 Ka Aina I Ka Pone" (The Life of the Land is Perpetuated in Righteousness) Liholiho Ilima CLUB COLORS Ilima and Red CLUB OFFICERS & DIRECTORS Marilyn Leimomi Khan Vice Pres iden t: Luana Sala Tomi Chong Corresponding Secretary: Maxine Shea Mary Awai Directors: Margaret Boyd, Momi Jones, Solomon Kern, Keawe Vredenburg, Marlene Ebeo, Kelley Kaanoi, Kealoha Kalama-Cabral, Henry Gomes, John Sabey, Sarah Keuka Historian: Choral Director: Sarah Kauka Charles Ma nu Boyd ACTIvrnES & ACHIEVEMEN1S Participated in the Hui Maka'ala 24th Annual Scholarship Fund Luncheon and Fashion Show. Proceeds for scholarships for students of Okinawan ancestry. Members modeled the Hawaiian Monarchy Gown Collection. Attended. the AOHCC Convention in Las Vegas. Appointed 22 delega tes and 6 alternates. Submitted six resolutions. Performed for the'aha Mele Inte rlude with the theme, "E Mau Ana Ka Ha'aheo (Enduring Pride). Submitted nominations for the Prince Kuhio Pauleilani, Kalaniana'ole, and Kako'o 0 Kalanlana'ole awards. Celebrated the 75th Anniversary of the founding of Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu at Washington Place; Held 75th anniversary celebration and Christmas Party at the Cannon Club. Held installation ceremony, monthly HCCH Officers Board of Directors Meetings and General Membership Meetings. Guest speakers induded: Topic: The manager of the Waioli Tea Rooms, Topic: History of the Waioli Tea Room, members of the Hawaiian Sovereignty Commission, Topic: Sovereignty; Jerry Walker, topic: "Lua": Roxanne Bertelmann, topic: Lomilomi 0 1a. Visited Luna lilo Homes to en tertain and talk-story w residents. Sent get-well cards to members. Participated in services for members, Kaliko Akee and Sally McClellan, and Hawaiian Sovereignty Advisory Commission member, Victor Iarred. Members paid their respect and sang some of their favorite songs. Participated in services for Mary Ann Uluwehi Kalama, founding member of Ainahau 0 Kaleponi HCC. Representative attended services for Aunty Emily Thomas, President, Waikiki HCC. Sent expressions of condolences to deceased families of HCCH members. Attended and supported activities of members: Nakeu Awai's annual Christmas Program at the Dole Pineapple Cannery Ballroom; Na Hoku Hanohano Awards recognizing Ipo Kum ukahi as Female Vocalist of the Year and Hawaiian Albu m, of the Year; Haunani Apoliona for Best Achievement in Album Annotation; Manu Boyd of Ho'okena nominated for

18 group of the Year; the Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce's 18th 0'0 Award Banquet honoring Haunani Apoliona; the Chaminade Alumni Association Ohana Celebrating honoring Outstanding Alumni, HCCH member, Henry Gomes. Conducted interviews on HCCH's radio program on KHVH. Attended Ali'i Sunday Services at Kawaiahao; coordinated ali'i Sunday and Mauna Ala services in honor of Prince Kuhio; attended services in honor of.the 131st Anniversary of the Confirmation of King Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma at St. Andrews Cathedral; and attended services commemorating the baptismal of Queen Lili'uokalani at St. Andrews Cathedral. Held HCCH fundraiser at "A Family A'fair" by the State Council on Hawaiian Heritage at McKinley High School. Attended the Native Hawaiian Legal Corp Fundraiser at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel. Supported the Great Aloha Run. Helped to staff a water station at Kelly's on Nimitz Hwy. Attended the Nanaikapono HCC Christmas Party & Installation at Dynasty II; the Pearl Harbor HCC Installation Banquet, Waioli Tea Room; the Ahahui Siwila Hawaii 0 Kapolei Installation, Tripler Club; the Prince Kuhio HCC Scholarship Fashion Show; the Queen Emma HCC 30th Anniversary Scholarship Dinner, Queen Kapiolani Hotel; and the dedication of Ulupo Heiau by the Kailua HCC. Supported literacy programs through donation of $200 to the Native Hawaiian Literacy Project; and hosting them in our tent at Ho'ike'ike at Bishop Museum. Supported the Hawaiian Filipino Women's Terno Ball for purposes of fund raising for community projects. Attended Oahu District Council and AOHCC meetings. Representatives attended the Hui Na'auao General Membership Meetings. Supported educational activities on Sovereignty by hosting the Hawaiian Sovereignty Advisory Commission Meeting at Central Intermediate School; conducting a special general membership meeting on Sovereignty; and attended the Hawaiian Sovereignty Advisory Commission Meeting of Hawaiian organizations at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. Submitted testimony on SB3153, HB 3630 H.D. 2, and HB 3630 H.D. 3 Relating to Hawaiian sovereignty; wrote to President Clinton and congressional representatives encouraging continued funding for the Native Hawaiian Education Act Programs. Participated in Native Hawaiian Legal Corporation survey concerning the ranking of legal problems. Members completed the survey. Participated in Ho'ike'ike, Bishop Museum. Sold baked goods. Hosted the Native Hawaiian Literacy Project. President served as guest speaker on Civic Club scholarships; member, Manu Boyd was guest speaker on Cultural Sovereignty; member, Nake'u Awai coordinated Bishop Hall activities. Assisted in hosting the Grover Cleveland Court Dedication - passed out programs, seated guests, and helped serve refreshments. Sponsored Holoku Ball '93, raising approximately $32,001 for scholarships, and honoring the Bank of Hawaii for its contributions to the Hawaiian community. Awarded educational scholarships to 60 students, approximately $29,000, at a special luncheon held in their honor at the Hickam Officer's Club. Attended Halau Na Kamalei Program - a relaxing time! donated decorations. Supported and participated in program honoring Hula Festival Founders at the Plaza Club. President serviced as MC, with members serving as hospitality. Attended the Kahoolawe Dedication; the OHA conference on Hawaiian Language. Signed petition to save family TV program, "Save the Byrds". Supported the Oahu Council King Kamehameha Celebration Float HCCH President chaired and members made monetary and floral donations, and participated in decorating the float. Supported La Ho'i Ho'i Ea - a day at Thomas Square featuring speakers on Sovereignty, helping with hosting speakers. Supported the Queen Lili'uokalani Keiki Hula Festival helping with backstage management and hospitality. Attended Kokua Loa Institute Press Conference, The Pacific Club. Commenced Choral Group practices. Supported the Muscular Dystrophy Association Telethon: Answered telephones; made monetary donations, and helped with Keiki land games. Various members serve as chair of AOHCC or Oahu Council Committees: Henry Gomes, Chair Benefits an Entitlements, AOHCC; Claire Hughes, Chair, Health, AOHCC; Luana Sala, Secretary AOHCC; Ethelreda Kahalewai, Treasurer, AOHCC, Haunani Bernardino, Chair, 'Aha Mele, AOHCC; Susan Malterre-Htun and Marsha Bolton, AOHCC Newsletter; Leirnomi Khan, Chair, Budget & Finance Committee, and Chair, Oahu Council Float, King Kamehameha Celebration Commission Floral Parade; and Monica Cockett, Coordinator, Ali'i Sunday Observances, Oahu Council. Wrote, published and distributed monthly newsletters and flyers to members. Approved new membership applications for 3 life time members, 13 regular members; 1 associated member, and 9 student members, with an overall club membership of 242 members. KAILUA HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB P.O. Box 1123, Kailua, HI June 1958 DATE CHARTERED (AOH CC) December 1960 CLUB MOTTO "E Ala 'E Na Mamo, E Ola Na Pua (Be alert, oh people, so our children may live) Na Pua Lei Ka 'Ilima

19 Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs 35th Annual Convention Maui 1994 CLUB COLORS CLUB OFFICERS & DIRECTORS Vice Presiden t: Record ing Secretary: Directors: Sergeant-At-Arms: Historian: llima llima Gold & Black Ellie Hutchinson Nappy Durante Aloha Silva Na'i 000 Jeri 000, Na'i 000, Charley Rose, Dot Uchima, Na lani Wallace, Joe Motta Lani Joaquin Kawao Durante. The club sponsored special dedication ceremonies in March for new signage at the Ulupo Heiau. It con tinues to main tain the Heiau as curator under contract of the State of Hawaii. Club members work at the Heiau every Saturday. The Heia u also serves as the site for club meetings. The club continues to provide scholarships to at least four youngsters seeking advanced education plus three grants to children who participate in the Kamehameha Schools Annual summer Explorations program. The dub organized a Na Opio group in September 1994 through the leadership of Aloha Silva. KALIHI-PALAMA HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB 21 S. Kuakini Street #229 Honolulu, HI (Nol available) DATE CHARTERED November 19, 1969 CLUB MOlTO Hoika ika Like Me Kealoha (Strive together with love) Pupu Shell and pink flowers Pink & White CLUB COLORS CLUB OFFICERS & DIRECTORS First Vice Presiden t: Second Vice Pres ident: Corresponding Secre tary: Sergeant-at-Arms Chaplain: Historian: Susan K. Pine Dexter K. Soares Julia Lagunero He len Scott Helen Gandall MillieZ. Lee Elmer Williamson Maile Mon tervon Eleanor Williamson ACTIVITIES & ACHIEVEMENTS Sponsored four na keiki to Kamehameha Schools Explorations program. Attended Oahu Council (AO HCC) meetings. Assisted the Kalihi-Palama HCAP with food distributions, fundraisers including selling of portuguese sausages. KIN G KAMEHAMEHA HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB 1823 Skyline Dri ve Honolulu, HI DATE CHARTERED CLUB MOTTO January 1967 April 6, 1967 Imua Kamehameha CLUB COLORS CLUB OFFICERS & DIRECTORS Firs t Vice- Second Vice- Thi rd Vice- Secretary: Directors: Sergeant-At-Arms: Chaplain: His torian: Imua Kamehameha Mamo Purple and Mama Gladys Shiroma Shelly Hao-Tam on Len Sousa Sam Ah Yuen Colleen Uahinui Barbara Shiraishi Momi Caswell, Milton Pe, Doreen Saito, John Saito Joseph Uahinui Rose McCarty Reina Garcia & Russell Yett 1994 ha s been a challenging year for the King Kamehameha Hawaiian Civic Club. We are continually exploring ways to raise funds to provide scholarships for our young Hawaiians. We were fortunate to share with three young Hawaiians, scholarship grants to continue their education at institutes of higher learning. Aside from our fund-raising activities, we have been keeping active in the community. In February, we assisted the sta ff a t the Lunalilo Home with their annual luau for fami ly and friends. Shelly Hao-Tamon, Gladys Shiroma and Sam Ah Yuen manned the first "thirst-aid " station for the Great Aloha Fun Run. In Ma rch, we attended the birthday celebration for our Princess Kaiulani at Mauna 'Ala. June saw the King Kamehameha Hawaiian Civic Club's choral group sing in honor of our Ali'i, Kamehameha I at Kawaiahao Church's Alii Sunday. Gladys Shiroma, Barbara Shiraishi, Ike Kaaihue and Sam Ah Yuen assisted in the construction of the Oahu District Council's Kamehameha Day Floral Parade Float. We dona ted lunches with the help of our Rein a Garcia for the speakers and workers at La Ho'tho'I Ea a t Thomas Square. In August, our members joined together for a tour of Senator Pong's plantation in Kahaluu. As usual, we were busy on the Labor Day Weekend at the Muscular Dystrophy Telethon. Mahalo to Momi Caswell and Ike Kaaihue who consistently represent our club at Alii Sundays. Our membership has enjoyed various speakers bro ught to our monthly meetings. Fred Cachola shared his knowledge of Kamehameha I in Koha la with a slide presentation. We were honored to have Bishop Estate Trus tee, Lokelani Lindsay come and talk story about her experiences as a trus tee. Kawehi Ryder of the Heeia State Park shared his knowledge of Hawaiian native plants. With education being an important item on our agenda, we constantly support all forms of it. With the help of Hui Naauao, we are still exploring the aspects of sovereignty. We sponsored Ike Kaaihue and Sam Ah Yuen to attend the Office of Hawaiian Affair's conference on Hawaiian Language - Ka O lelo Hawaii. We also learned about the Native American Graves and Repatriation Act by attending a workshop at the Bishop Museum. King Kamehameha Hawaiian Civic Club continually

20 ASSOCIATION OF HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUBS 1994 Convention Agenda (November ) Times Committee/Function Location Presiding/Chair Tuesday 5:00p - 11:00p Mainland Council Mtg. Wednesday 8:00a 8:00a 8:00a - 5:00p - 11:00p AHCC Board Meeting Thursday Close Steno Pool/Print Shop 1:30p Registration 7:00p Concessions Arts/Crafts Puakenikeni 1&2 Kukui Pavilion Lanai Kukui Terrace & Pavilion Lanai Puakenikeni 1&2 Analu Berard Luana Sala Mary Serrao Elizabeth Lau Bruss Keppeler 7:00a 7:00a 8: OOa - 2:00p Bowling 2:00p Golf 2:00p Historic Sites Tour Maui Lanes Maui Siversword Front Lobby Clara DeStefanc Sonny Fernandez Stanley Bega 8:00a 8:00a 8:00a - Close Steno Pool/Print Shop 1:30p Registration 7:00p Concessions Arts/Crafts 8:00a - 10:00p Na Hana Lima No'eau Kukui Pavilion Lanai Kukui Terrace & Pavilion Lanai Aulani Ballroom Luana Sala Mary Serrao Elizabeth Lau Ike Ka1aihue 9:00a - 4:00p Health Screening T.B.A. Claire Hughes 9:00a 9:00a - WORKSHOPS 12:00n Hawaiian Sovereignty 12:00n Native Claims Puakenikeni 1&2 Jade/Plumeria Jalna Keala M. Kamau'u 1:30p - COMMITTEE MEETINGS 5:00p Community Relations Conventions & Meetings Finance Government Relations Policy & Planning Pikake Lehua Leialoha Puakenikeni 2 Puakenikeni 1 Charles Rose W. Rodenhurst Kala Holden H. Hutchinson Annelle Amaral 5: 30p - OPENING CEREMONY 7:00p Kukui Lama Ku Ceremony Call to Order Pule Wehe Presentation of Colors Star Spangled Banner & Hawai'i Pono I Introductions State of the Association Aulani Ballroom Jalna Keala Bruss Keppe ler Thos. VanCulin Maui Council Maui Council Bruss Keppeler Bruss Keppeler

21 Council Reports O'ahu Hawai'i Maui County Kaua'i county Mainland Resolutions Committee Report Necrology Announcements/Recess Peter Ching Ann Nathaniel Sonny Fernandez Lionel Kaohi Analu Berard Ruby Maunakea Ike Ka'aihue Bruss Keppeler HO 'OLAULE 'A 8:00p - 11:00p Ho'olaule'a Friday 8:00a 8: OOa 8:00a - Close Steno Pool/Print Shop 4:00p Registration 7:00p Concessions Arts/crafts 8:00a - 10:00p Na Hana Lima No'eau Aulani Ballroom Kukui Pavilion Lanai Kukui Terrace & Pavilion Lanai Aulani Ballroom Maui Council Luana Sala Mary Serrao Elizabeth Lau Ike Ka'aihue 8:00a - 4:00p Health Screening T.B.A. Claire Hughes PLENARY SESSION 8:30a - 12:00n Call to Order Welcome Issuing New Charters Keynote Address Aulani Ballroom Credentials Report Minutes, 1993 Convention Treasurer's Report Nominations Administrative Committee Reports: Community Relations Conventions & Meetings Finance Government Relations Policy & Planning Announcements/Recess Bruss Keppeler Mayor Linda crockett-lingle Bruss Keppeler Governor John Waihee III Mary Serrao Shirley Hamadan Ethel Kahalewai Doreen Lindsey Charles Rose W. Rodenhurst Kala Holden H. Hutchinson Annelle Amaral Bruss Keppeler OFFICERS' LUNCHEON 12:30p - 2:00p Officers' Luncheon 2:00p - COMMITTEE MEETINGS 5:30p Benefits & Entitlements Education Employment & Housing Health Na Mea aavet ' i Lokelani, Lehua & Leialoha Plumeria Jade Puakenikeni 2 Puakenikeni 1 Pikake 1&2 Mainland Coun. Henry Gomes P. McElhaney Kauila Clark Claire Hughes Hannah Springer 6:30p - 7:30p Aha Mele Practice Aulani Ballroom H. Bernardino

22 'AHA MELE 8 :00p - lo :OOp 'Aha Mele Aul a n i Ballroom H. Bernardino Saturday ELECTIONS 7 :00a - l O: OOa voti ng Boot hs Open Ba l l r oom La nai Doreen Lindsey 8:00a 8 :00a - 8 :00a - Clos e Steno pool/print Shop 2 :00p Concessions Art s / Cr a fts l: OOp Na Hana Lima No'eau 8 :30a - l: OOp PLENARY SESSION Call to Order I ntrod ucti ons Credent i als Report Ke ynote Addre s s Program Committee Repor ts Benefits & Entitlements Education Employment & Housing Healt h Na Mea Hawai'i Special Committees Unfi n ished Busine s s New Busine ss El ection Resul ts Report Announcements/Adjournment Lahainaluna & Hawai'i Pono I Re t i re the Colors Pule Ho'oku ' u Kukui Kukui Terrace & Pavilion Lanai Aulani Ballroom Aulani Ballroom ' AHA' AI NA HO 'OMANA 'O 5: 30p - 11:30p 'Aha'aina Ho'omana' o Aulani Ballroom Installation of Of f icers Presentat ion of Awards Luana Sala Elizabeth Lau Ike Ka 'aihue Bruss Keppeler Bruss Keppeler Ma r y Ser rao Solomon Kaho 'oha lahala Henry Gomes P. McElhaney Kauila Clark Claire Hughes Hannah Springer Jalna Keala & Roy Be nham Bruss Keppele r II It Doreen Lindsey Bruss Keppeler Winning Directo Color Guard Thos. VanCulin Bernice Ni t t a Thos. VanCul i n Ike Ka 'aihue Sunday A"AINA PULE 9 :00a - 10 :30a Anaina Pule 11 :00a - 1: 0 0p Mainland Council Board Lu'au gardens T.B.A. Thos. VanCulin council Pres.

23 Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs 35th Annual Convention. Maui 1994 r We do believe that we have lived up to the goals and objectives that Prince Kuhle set for the Hawaiian Civic Clubs. We know that he would be very proud of our accomplishments. NANAIKAPONO HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB Moki'awe Street wai'anae, HI DATE CHARTERED CLUBMOTTO CLUB COLOR CLUB OFFICERS & DIRECTORS May 12, 1948 Ap,UI6, 1966 Nana Ika Pono (Look to Righteousness) NanakuIi-Nanaikapono Pua Kalaunu Kai'ina - Lavender Lavender Doreen K. Lindsey Vice Wanda K. Hobbs Louise M. Peters Doreen N.H. Lindsey Directors: Lydia N. Maloho, BettyLou Cullen, Louise Montizar, Charles Lindsey, Louella King Sergeant-at-Arms: Clifford Chillingworth Chaplain: Wanda K. Hobbs Historian: Lydia N. Maioho ACflVlTIES & ACHIEVEMENTS Me 'Oukou ka wellna 0 ke aloha ko makou manawa keia, akena. Ho'omau ka heluhelu. The combined efforts of NHCC members, families and friends, knowledge and wisdom shared by the O'ahu Council and OAHCC leaders and most of all, the hundreds of members of sister Hawaiian Civic Clubs who have contributed and supported NHCC's endeavors, account for NHCC's accomplishments: Hosted Sovereignty Advisory Commission meeting and Nanaikapono Elementary school 'Ahahui Siwila Hawai'i 0 Kapolei installation Pearl Harbor HCC installation Oahu Council Ho'ike'ike at Bishop Museum HSAC participation, Hilton Hawaiian Village Alii Sunday services, Kawaiahao Church Prince Kuhio Song/Essay contest, Nanaikapono Elementary school Prince Kuhio services at Mauna Ala OHA, Halawai Kukakuka Kaiaulu, Nanaikapono Elementary school US. President Grover Cleveland Commemoration, CLEVELAND COURT Hawaii Hi-schools athletic competition Merry Monarch hula competition Pearl Harbor HCC 30th anniversary Homecoming, Church of Jesus Christ LOS, Aiea award King Kamehameha Celebration commission floral parade King Kamehameha Hula Festival Queen Emma Hec 30th anniversary/scholarship dinner Nanaikapono HCC Annual scholarship luau fundraiser Neighborhood Grants workshop, Waipahu Cultural Gardens Alu Like Computer Luau fundraiser Queen Liliuokalani Keiki Hula, Exhibition perfonnance.. Queen Liliuokalani Children's Center services, Mauna Ala.. OHA, Queen Liliuokalani Observance, Ke Ola 0 K a Lani.. Kupuna Katherine Maunakea's He Ho'OILINA 0 NA MELE Oahu Council Projects, programs, activities, meetings AOHCC projects, programs, activities, etc. Nanaikapono HCC is proud and happy to be here today! PRINCE KUHIO HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB P.O. Box Honolulu, HI DATE CHARTERED CLUB MOTTO CLUB COLORS CLUB OFFICERS & DIRECTORS June 17, 1964 February 1964 Ka Lani Ana 'Ole (Heaven of boundless limits) Waialae Purple and White Violets Purple and White Leiomalama E. Desha First Vice Harriett N. Roxburgh Second Vice Quentin K. Kawananakoa Yvonne M. Ryan Corresponding Secretary: Wayne M. Chang Directors: Byron Ho, Richard Jackson, Raymond Iellings, Na'unanikinia'u Kamalii, Mary Peters, Herbert Wilson Choral Director: Debbie Kelsey and Kalai Stem ACTlVITIES & ACHIEVEMENTS Prince Kuhio HCC started its 30th Anniversary year with a beautiful installation held on the slopes of Diamond Head at the Cannon Offices Club on January 14th. Our club holds two monthly meetings, and all have been well attended by members and friends. In January, PKHCC was well represented at the Sovereignty Advisory Commission Workshop. In February we ventured to Lung Fung in Niu Valley to celebrate Chinese New Years and shared our observations and opinions about the January SAC workshop. This discussion led to the request from membership to host a Sovereignty Workshop in May. March took us to the Queen Emma teahouse with our St. Patrick "green" and our menu of corned beef; we preceded dinner with a presentation on diabetes. We were also present at the Ho'ike'ike at Bishop Museum and Prince Kuhio festivities held at Mauna Ala and the Federal building, where our choral group serenaded everyone. In April we returned to the Queen Emma teahouse for a "Hawaiian Supper" and guest speaker Rubellite Kawena Johnson. In May our club was hosted by the General Manager of The Prince Kuhio Hotel and enjoyed the melodic voice of Jimmy Kama. This event brought out many of our members that we haven't seen for some time. Also during the month

24 Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs 35th Annual Convention. Maui 1994 we hosted a Sovereignty workshop at the Kam eh ameh a Schools Performing Arts Cente r...june took us to the Queen Emma Summer Palace with an evening dedicated. to potential new members. We were successful in recruiting a few new members as a result. but more importantly we saw old friends and shared the evening with song and dance. For the third yea r we also bu ilt the King's Float for the Kamehameha Day Parade. On July Sth, PKHCC held its eighth annual golf tournament at the Hickam Mamala Bay Golf Course. We were blessed with a beautiful day filled. with fellowship and fun. Also during the month PKHCe provided testimony for the hearing of the Office of OMB on the Statistical Policy Directive No. 15. In August, PKHCC held its second annual fash ion show at the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel. Friends and members of PKHCC showed thei r enthusiastic support spending their money on a splendid array of crafts and clothing exhibited in the lobby by some 40 vendors. Our theme "Duets" was a program conceived and created by Nake'u Awai. Our models included friends, club members and scholarship recipients. Our fashion show provides us an opportunity to achieve some of the objectives of our club which include; to preserve and perpetuate the trad itions, mejes and songs of Hawai'i Nei; to encourage the learning and use of the Hawaiian language; and to assist in the education of those of Hawaiian ancestry. Although many of our members belong to othe r Hawaiian organizations PKHCC has bee n represented at every Alii Sunday, and Oa hu Council Mee ting. A proud note for our club is ou r efforts with the Lunalilo Home. With the able ass istance of PKHCC members, the Na huina family, we have provided Lunalilo Home with clothes, appliances, food and much aloha. "September took us to the home of Dudie and Carol Kawa nanakoa for our annual Kumuhana/Kinipoi. This is a fun event for me mbers to donate homemade goodies, crafts, paintings and other items. On September 11th our Choral group sang at a concert at Leeward Community College"A Legacy of Songs" and shared thei r music and love for our las reigning mona rch. October included the Oahu Council Elections, club caucus for con vention and our General Membership Meeting November will include the AOHCC convention and ' PKHCC election of officers. Thanksgiving marks a special time for PKHCC because our chora l group members traditionally give so generously of their time with song and dance at Lunalilo Home. A happy holiday celebra tion will end our year and we will celebrate! We are proud of our continued success. Our members are active in so many different organizations but somehow wi manage to carry on the goa ls and objectives of our club. At the center of our club is our scholarship program. For the fourth year we were able to provide $2,000 to Punana Leoas well as 21 additional scholarships to graduate and under graduate students. We are always heartened by the participation and support of members and friend s of PKHC They have truly enriched the lives of our scho larship recipients and we are grateful. ASSOCIATION OF HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUBS OUTSTANDING AWARD COMMITIEE 1994 The Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs recogn izes the special volunteer effort and dedication of its membership and the communi ty at-large. This yea r the committee consist of again chairperson Ike Ka'aihue of King Kamehemeha Hawaiian Civic Club, Louise Peters, Cuddles King, Mama Jensen, Daphne Kahawai-Tom of Nanaikapono Hawaiian Civic Club. Judges this year are Gladys Rodenhurst of the Princess Ka'iulani HCC, Gladys Shiroma of the King Kamehemeha HCC and Aunty Lydia Namahana Maioho of the Nanikapono Hawaiian Civic Club. ASSOCIATION OF HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUBS HANA LIMA NO'EAU AWARDS COMMITIEE 1994 The Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs recognizes the special volunteer effort and dedication of its membership for their expertise to the crafts of Hawai'i nei. This year the committee would like very much to acknowledge this year's participating clubs: Waimea HCC, Pearl Harbor HCC, 'Ainahau 0 Kaleponi HCC, Kona HCC and the Las Vegas HCC. The committee would also like to thank Aunty Brucie Berard pas t chairperso n for her assistance to th is committee. Chairman this year is Ike Ka'aihue and members of the committee are Olga Kalama of'ahahui Siwila Hawai'I 0 Kapolei and Aunty Lydia Namahana Maioho of Nanaikapono HCC.

25 Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs 35th Annual Convention. Maui 1994 Awards & Ceremony Committee 1994 Nominees Prince Kubio Award Outstanding Hawaiian Civic Club Ahahui Siwila Hawai'i 0 Kapolei Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu Las Vegas Hawaiian Civic Club Pearl Harbor Civic Club Ka Po'okel. '0 Ku b io Aw ard Outstanding Hawaiian Civic Club Member For Service To The Hawaiian Civic Club Ahahui Siwila Hawai"i0 Kapolei- Olga Kalama 'Ainahau 0 Kaleponi Hawaiian Civic Club - Victor Kaiwi Pang Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu - Marilyn Leimomi Khan Las Vegas Hawaiian Civic Club - Katherine Honuamaelani Frink Pearl Harbor Hawaiian Civic Club - M/M Val & Jessie Cavacc Kalaniana'ole Award Outstanding Hawaiian Civic Club Member For Service To The Community At-Large Ahahui Siwila Hawai'I 0 Kapolei - Annelle Napuaonalani Amaral Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu - Claire Ku'uleilani Hughes Hui '0 Hawai'i '0 Utah Hawaiian Civic Club -,Ellerunae Parker Selu Las Vegas Hawaiian Civic Club - Herbert Hapaki Watson Pearl Harbor Hawaiian Civic Club - Clarence Keawehelu Kelley Kulia I Ka Nu'u Award Outstanding Native Hawaiian (Non-Civic Club Member) 'Ahahui Siwila Hawai'i 0 Kapolei - Robert Tong Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu - Frank W. Delima Jr. Las Vegas Hawaiian Civic Club - Cheryl Lau Kaka'a '0 Kala njana'ole Award Outstanding Non-Hawaiian For Service To The Hawaiian Community 'Ahahui SiwiIa Hewai'I 0 Kapolei - Mike Kido 'Ainahau 0 Kaleponi Hawaiian Civic Club - Jane Ke'ala Kahikini M.K. Pang Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu - Hardy Kamalumalammalamaokaho'ola Spoehr Las Vegas Hawaiian Civic Club - Andrea Graham Pearl Harbor Hawaiian Civic Club - Lawrence Acopan Pu alejlan i Award Outstanding Hawaiian Civic Club Family 'Ahahui Siwila Hawai'i 0 Kapolei - Holden 'Ohana Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu - Sala 'Ohana Las Vegas Hawaiian Civic Club - Ohata-Sims 'Ohana Pearl Harbor Hawaiian Civic Club - Saski 'Ohana Prince Kuhio Hawaiian Civic Club - Nahuina 'Ohana

26 KAKO'O 0 KALANIANA'OLE AWARD 'Ainahau a Kaleponi Hawaiian Civic Club Jane Ka'ala Kahikini M.K. Pang Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu Hardy Spoehr 'Ahah ui Siwila Hawai'i a Kapolei Mike Kido KULlA I KA NU'U AWARD 'Ahahui Siwila Hawai'i a Kapolei Robert Tong Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu Frank W. Delima Jr. KE PO'OKELA 0 KUHIO AWARD 'Ainaha u a Kaleponi Hawaiian Civic Club Victor Kaiwi Pang 'Ahahui Siwila Hawai'i a Kapolei Olga Kalama Pearl Harbor Hawaiian Civic Club Jessie & Val Cava co Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolullu Marilyn Leimomi Khan

27 Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs 35th Annual Convention Maui 1994 PRINCE KUHIO AWARD Pearl Harbor Hawaiian Civic Club 'Ahahui Siwila Hawai'i 0 Kapolei Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu KALANIANA'OLE AWARD -" Hui '0 Hawai'i '0 Utah Hawaiian Civic Club Ellen Parker Selu "Ahahui Siwila Hawai'i 0 Kapolei Annellle Napuaonalani Amaral Pearl Harbor Hawaiian Civic Club Clarence Keaweahelu Kelley Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu Claire Ku'uleilani Hughes

28 Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs 35th Annual Convention Maui 1994 PUALEILANI AWARD HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB OF HONOLULU SALA 'OHANA,AHAHUI SIWILA HA WAI'I 0 KAPOLEI HOLDEN 'OHANA PRINCE KUHIO HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB NAHUINA 'OHANA PEARL HARBOR HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB SASAKI 'OHANA

29 Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs 35th Annual Convention > Maui 1994 INMEMORIUM Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu Kaliko Akee Sally McClellan Henry Ching-Shai Marcus Rosehill Genevieve Liu Kailua Hawaiian Civic Club Bernice Chow Jaylin Doo Hayser Pearl Harbor Hawaiian Civic Club Lewloha Enos Merle Kekuku Alex Meyer Charles Kaluoi OliverRoberts William Lee Qu een Emma Paul Kalakuho Kekuewa Kaipo Paakaula Leonora Branch Kathy Valeho Patrick Nakoa Betty Lou Akana Hawaiian Civic Club of Waimanalo Barbara Dole Hawaiian Civic Club of Hamakua Lillian Pascual Hc'opuloa Hawaiian Civic Club Julia Kainca Kaupu King Kamehameha Hawaiian Civic Club Earle Clemen t Kanaka'aukai Kealoha Sr. Kona Hawaiian Civic Club Connie Young Prince David Kawananakoa Hawaiian Civic Club Marie Kaleh ua Waimea Hawaiian Civic Club Elaine Flores

30 Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs 35th Annual Convention. Maui 1994 INMEMORIUM Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu Kaliko Akee Sally McClellan Henry Ching-Shai Marcus RosehiIl Genevieve Liu Kailua Hawaiian Civic Club Bernice Chow Jaylin Doo Hayser Pearl Harbor Hawaiian Civic Club Leialoha Enos Merle Kekuku Alex Meyer Charles Kaluai Oliver Roberts William Lee Queen Emma Paul Kalakuho Kekuewa Kaipo Paakaula Leonora Branch Kathy Valeho Patrick Nakoa Betty Lou Akana Hawaiian Civic Club of Waimanalo Barbara Dole Hawaiian Civic Club of Hamakua Lillian Pascual Ho'opuloa Hawaiian Civic Club Julia Kainoa Kaupu King Kamehameha Hawaiian Civic Club Earle Clement Kanaka'aukai Kealoha Sr. Kona Hawaiian Civic Club Connie Young Prince David Kawananakoa Hawaiian Civic Club Marie Kalehua Waimea Hawaiian Civic Club Elaine Flores

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38 CREDENTIALS AND REGISTRATION REPORT O'AHU COUNCIL 22 'AHAHUI SIWllA HAWAll 0 KAPOlFJ AU' PAUAJ-U 'F]NA HONOLULU KAlWA KAllHI PAlAMA KING KAMEHAMEHA KO'OLAULOA KO'OlAPOKO KUALOA- HE'ElA NANAIKAPONO PEARLHARBOR Deteee tes Alternates At Laree Members G uests TOTALS PRI NCEKUHIO PRINCESS K.AlUlANI PU'ULOA QUEEN EMMA QUEEN KAP l'olani WAHI'AWA WAIALUA WAl 'ANAE WAIKIKI WAIMANALO HAWAl'J COUNCL 9 HAMAKUA IllLO HO 'OPULOA KA"U KOIWA KONA LAUPAHOEHOE PRIN CE DAVID KAWANANAKOA WAIMEA MA Ul CO UNCIL (3 CENlRALMAUI H Q'OLEHVA lahaina KAVA'I COUNCIL 3 HANALEI KAVAl KAUMAVAUl MAINLAND COUHOL 8, 'AHAH UI 0 UU'UOKALo\NI 'Al NAHAU'0 KALEPONI HUI OHAWAll 0 UTAH HCCOF HUJ 0 HAWAll OFSAN DIEGO KAUWAHl'ANAlNAHAWAll tasvegas NA KElKI 0 HAWN'I NA PO'E 0 COW RADO GRAND TOTALS: (44)

39 OHA: Bettering th e Lives of Hawaiian s The Office of Hawaiian Affairs champions the causes of the Hawai ian people in many ways - from supporting the Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs Convention to provid ing funds to tutor Hawaiian schoolchildren; from advocat ing for Hawaiian sovereignty to assisting Hawaiian businesses ; from coordina ting the efforts of various agencies and institutions in their service of our people to holding conferences for our 'apia and kopuna. If itaffects Hawaiians, OHA is there, fulfillinq its mission : "The betterment of conditions of native Hawaiians." Bettering the Jives of Hawa iians through self-help housing. Bettering the lives of Hawaiians through tutorial programs. Bettering the fives of Hawaiians through business loans. Bettering the lives of Ha waiians through grants. Office of Hawaiian Affairs 711 Kaororanr Blvd., Suite 500 Honolulu, Hawai'i (808) E Janaklla kakou. / no 'okent pu'uws! me ka /okahi. Let us move forward with one heart, strengthened by unity.

40 OHA: Bettering the Lives of Hawaiians The Office of Hawaiian Affairs champions the causes of the Hawaiian people in many ways - from supporting the Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs Convention to providing funds to tutor Hawaiian schoolchildren; from advocating for Hawa iian sovere ignty to assisting Hawaiian busin esses; from coord inating the efforts of various agencies and institutions in their service of our people to holding conferences for our 'opio and kopuna. If it affects Hawaiians, OHA is there, fulfilling its mission: 'T he betterment of conditions of native Hawaiians. " Bettering the lives of Hawaiians through self-help housing. Bettering the lives of Hawaiians through tutorial programs. Bettering the lives of Hawaiians through business loans. Bettering the lives of Hawaiians through grants. Office of Hawaiian Affairs 711 Kapi'olani Blvd., Suite 500 Honolulu. Hawai'i (808) E lanakila kakou. I ho 'okahi p u 'uwei me ka lokahi. Let us move forward wi th one heart, strengthened by unity.

41 THOU HAL SIL'aling is a n immora l. unjust ifiable practice. Yet in Hawaii th ere is :1 sol id Il blory o f it. A hlstorv of deception. A histo ry of discriminati on. A h isto ry o f pain.v, Millionx o f.u'rcx of I bwarian tint! 11;1\'1.: been taken from its Pl'( Ipll' - a nd Ill! inwill lx- regulated out of the h.md:.. of all landowners if mandatory l'oi1\'l r...ion commue-. This )'l.'ar marks the lthh a n n i\'l'r~ir:' the U.S. Supreme COUll'," decision to co ndone the slc...aling of Hawaiian land. They called it "land reform:' We ca ll it stealing, STOP THE STEALING of KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS BER.'l:lct PAUAHI BISHOP ESTAn

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