Department of Hawaiian Home Lands

November 29, 2011 — While swarms of homestead kids swirled in and around the end of the Kaupuni cul-de-sac, their parents were gathered at the community center to learn how to get the most out of their super energy-efficient LEED Platinum homes. Kimo Kai of  Hawaiian Home Lands introduced the assembled energy experts who gave presentations ...
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Aloha no, I am hoping that you’ve already heard noise about ‘Ike Kū’oko’a, the Hawaiian newspaper initiative, and if so, here’s an update. On Monday, Nov. 28th, we (kākou) launch an ambitious volunteer effort to typescript the 60,000 remaining pages of Hawaiian-language newspapers, finally making all the available pages searchable. Lā Kū’oko’a (Nov. 28) seems ...
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Here’s wishing our beneficiaries and their families a bountiful holiday filled with good times and warm memories. We at the Hawaiian Home Lands Trust will be here to assist you with your needs after the holiday and throughout the year. Alapaki Nahale-a Chairman, Hawaiian Homes Commission Director, Department of Hawaiian Home Lands

Windward Community College next month will kick off its annual Native Hawaiian Scholarship ‘Aha — a series of events to take place in December and January. They’re designed to familiarize Native Hawaiian students with scholarship opportunities especially for them and teach them strategies for successfully applying. The events are scheduled for the following dates and places: ...
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HONOLULU, Nov. 22, 2011 — The trustees of the state Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) in a board meeting today voted for a new trustee to fill the Maui seat on the board vacated by Judge Boyd Mossman, who stepped down to become leader of an LDS Ward in Kona. Nominees included: Mercer “Chubby” Vicens ...
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