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Supporting the safety, health and well-being of our Hau'ula Community . 

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Hui O Hau'ula

PO Box 264

Hau'ula, Hawaii 96717

Key Initiatives

Hauʻula Community Association provides programs with volunteer support and grant funding

HELP

Hauʻula Emergency Leadership Preparedness

HOH created a disaster plan and volunteer team to implement it for Hau'ula. The team developed the plan and work with the City DEM and the State in quarterly cross-island networking meetings with other communities. The team prepositioned emergency supplies for the community. The City and State officials said that when a disaster strikes Hau'ula will be on its own for 7-14 days or longer. The team meets monthly and is creating a Neighborhood Captain program in all 87 neighborhoods in Hau'ula.

What you can do for yourself, your family and your community

Create a family plan and share with your ʻOhana and friends

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Build an emergency kit

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Plan for special accommodations for children, infants, pets, and seniors

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Know where you can go in a disaster, in case you need to leave your home. Tsunami Evacuation Site in Hauʻula or to closest hurricane shelter

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Stay tuned to the TV/Radio when there is a disaster forecasted

Hurricane, flood, tsunami, etc.

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Plan what to do after a disaster

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Attend a community workshop in Hauʻula or nearby about disaster preparedness (CERT, Red Cross, etc.)

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Join your Hauʻula Community Association and attend monthly meetings, on the first Tuesday of every month at the Hauʻula Civic Center

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Join the HELP team

Meets every other month, or call (808) 255-6944

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If you don't know what to do or how to do any of these items, check out ReadyHawaii - A FREE online app - and/or call our HELP team for more info, attend our community workshops!

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HAU'ULA NEIGHBORHOOD SECURITY WATCH

HNSW

Volunteers support this program by walking the community and working with the police to support safety, security and crime prevention in Hauʻula. The community is concerned about safety and security, drug problems and prostitution. Volunteers meet twice a month with police and community members to work together to educate community members about how to be safe and take action when they see problems by calling 911.

Email us to get more information!

EDUCATION

Aloha ʻAina EDventures

A FREE Saturday activity and sometimes a field trip to learn how to malama ʻaina (take care of the earth from Mauka to Makai, mountain to ocean).

4-6th grade students can participate by emailing us. We take reservations for each activity, see a list below of the Aloha ʻAina EDventures planned for 2019!

Aloha ʻAina EDventures are funded by the North Shore Ocean Fest! Be sure to check out the FREE annual community, details below.

North Shore Ocean Fest

The North Shore Ocean Fest is an Annual event the first Saturday in June, celebrating World Oceans Day at Turtle Bay Resort. 2019 is our 8th Ocean Fest to raise awareness about the need to malama the ocean & its wildlife and to raise funds to support the Aloha ʻAina EDventure activities for K-12 students from Waialua to Kahaluu.

 

Ocean Fest serves as an amazing FREE one-day event to raise awareness about why and how we can take care of the ocean and its wildlife. Ocean Fest is planned and implemented by over 100 volunteers each year. 

MAUNAWILA HEIAU

Maunawila Heiau, purchased with funding from the City and State, is now held in trust by the Hawaiian Island Land Trust (HILT). Maunawila Heiau is located in Hau'ula.

 

HOH services include: Over 1500 volunteers supported cleanup days this year, created a curriculum for the students to learn them about Maunawila, and created a display of artifacts in the Hau'ula Civic Center office, became docents and created new trails at the 9 acre site. We believe It is important for our children to learn about their place, its role in history and how important it is in Hawaiian culture.

There are stewardship activities the 2nd Saturday of each month. Meet in the Hauʻula Community Park parking lot (next to Hauʻula Elementary School) and walk to the entrance on Homestead Road.

Don't forget to bring: Water, gloves, bug spray and closed toe shoes. Hand clippers if possible, we often pull weeds and plant native plants. This Heiau is a "healing Heiau" so the goal is to replant the native medicinal plants!

KOʻOLAULOA KUPUNA CLUB

FOR SENIORS

This is a FREE club for Seniors (60+)  with activities on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9am-12 Noon at the Hauʻula Civic Center. See a typical weekly schedule with us below:

MONDAY: Dancercise class and a FREE lunch provided by Oceanside Assisted Living in Punaluʻu

WEDNESDAY: Art class, including all types of medium, plus FREE lunch

FRIDAY: Tai Chi class, followed by FREE lunch

We also have speakers, game days and gardening days! Lots of variety, fun and great people! Once a month there is an excursion or Holoholo that is provided based on the interests of the group. We have our own 20-passenger bus which makes these trips a lot of fun! Please come in, check us out and share Aloha together!

A specially catered breakfast is provided on a monthly basis, on the 2nd Friday of each month called BreakFEST! With great food, fun, live music, presentations, guest speakers, etc.