Posts Tagged ‘Community’

I’m Not Crazy! I’m A Teacher!

“What are you doing in your classroom?” This was the standard question I got from my principals who passed through my school over the years. They even made sure my classroom was located at the far end of the campus ...


Major Tragedy And Disgrace – Iwi Kupuna at Ewa Plantation Cemetery!

Millions of bucks thrown around and away, but the City owned Ewa Plantation Cemetery is nearly completely neglected and tombstones knocked down and broken. This is a BROKEN TRUST with the Ewa Plantation Community and their rich...


Malama Makaha Purposes Win-Win Solution

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Malama Makaha Purposes Win-Win Solution Makaha Valley, Hawaii – April 22, 2013 – Malama Makaha submits plan to Governor Abercrombie that would eliminate the by-pass road requirement for the Ma...


Nanakuli-Maili Neighborhood Board has four meetings during April-May

The regular meeting of the Nanakuli-Maili Neighborhood Board will be on on Tuesday, April 16, 1013, at the Nanaikapono Elementary School  cafeteria, located at 89-153 Mano Avenue, 7:00-9:30 P.M.  New business on the agenda ar...



New Owners of Waianae Mall Promise Improvements

Waianae Mall will change for the better after A&B Properties, Inc. redevelops the mall. David Haverly, representing the Alexander & Baldwin real estate company, spoke at the recent Waianae Neighborhood Board meeting on ...


Nanakuli High School Annual Songfest Celebrates Hawaiiana

Memories of my class trying to win the song contest held every year at Nanaikapono School sixty years ago make me yearn to hear the familiar sounds of Hawaiian music. Returning to Nanakuli we can experience that same old countr...


Calvin Endo Strengthens School-Community Ties in Waianae

Every town wants to have someone be an effective liaison between its schools and community, and Waianae is fortunate to have Calvin Endo. Because of his relentless efforts with the local parent-teacher associations, he was reco...


New Year Wishes For The Leeward Coast

Happy New Year! We all look forward to a new year filled with worry-free days. The leeward coast of Oahu is made up of diverse but unique towns – Ewa Beach, Kapolei, Ko`Olina, Honokai Hale, Nanakuli, Maili, Waianae, and M...



Waianae Parks Promote Spring Fun and Learning

The Waianae District of the City and County Parks and Recreation Department will host new classes for fun and learning at parks located in Makaha, Nanakuli, Maili, Waianae Regional Park, and at the Pililaau Park. The spring pro...