Association of
Hawaiian Civic Clubs
Founded 1959 - Honolulu, HI

98-505 Kaamilo St, Aiea HI 96701
 Date Organized: January 1964
Date Chartered by AHCC
: April 1964
Club Pua
: Lehua Mamo a me Lehua `Ula`ula
Club Colors
: Mamo a me Poni
Club Motto
: I mua e nä poki’i a inu i ka wai ‘awa’awa. ‘A’ohe
hope e ho’i mai ai.
Club Motto
: Let us go forward my brothers and sisters and
drink of the bitter waters. We shall not return, go back, or
Club Mele
: I Mua Kamehameha

Pelekikena: Shelly Hao-Tamon
Hope Pelekikena: ‘Ekahi: Roth “Kaipo” Puahala
Hope Pelekikena: ‘Elua: Joseph “KUhio” Lewis
Pu`uku: Isaiah “Ike” Ka`aihue
Pelekikena Iho Nei: Ruth Holt

Kakau Mo’olelo: Sandra Puahala
Kakau ‘Olelo: Desiree Kehaulani Terry
Ho’opa’a Mo’olelo: Jeremy Lau

Matthew Bedard, Michael Iamele, Michael “Alika” Ogden
Ethann “Makana” Oki, Jesus Puerto, Wayne “Waiolama” Tanaka

Hinano Paia-Gates, Makanaokalani Lewis, Kawaiola Lewis
Kamuela Puahala, Hemakanamaikalani Puahala, Makani Tanaka

Isaiah “Ike” Ka’aihue
Cell: 808-286-4707
Business: 808-594-1905
Email: ikepono at

King Kamehameha Hawaiian Civic Club 2013
The members of King Kamehameha Hawaiian Civic Club have been very busy this past year. We all seem to ask each other as to where does time go? For many of us it has been with our families, work, extra-curricular activities and the many volunteerisms we do in our community. For us we would like to express our appreciation to Roth Kaipo Puahala, Ethann Makana Oki, Wayne Waiolama Tanaka, Kamana’opono Crabbe, and Uncle Ike for representing our club at the 54th Annual Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs Convention on the Garden Isle, home of our mo’i and founder of the civic club movement. After last year’s convention we got involved with Hawai’i Youth & Kids Day at the Capitol and Bishop Museum; the Imperial Court of Hawai’i and presented three cultural awards for their event; attend, participate with the Hawaiian Affairs Caucus of the Democratic Party; attend and participate in the 150 Years of the Episcopal Diocese in Hawai’i – celebrating the vision of King Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma who both established a church for the people and honors Jesus Christ and a spiritual community that respects their Hawaiian culture; attended and participated in the Feast Day of King Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma (The Holy Sovereigns) at St. Andrews Cathedral; we helped with Church of the Crossroads in serving hot Thanksgiving meals to the homeless and less fortunate; attended the Pacific Business News 11th Annual Business Leadership Awards dinner honoring our member Jesus Puerto of Soul de Cuba Restaurant; attended the Historic Hawai’i Foundation “Kama’aina of the Year Award” honoring Senator Inouye; attended and supported the Rotary Club of West Honolulu “David Malo Award” banquet honoring Robert & Roland Cazimero; participated in the 8th Annual Kupoukupu Conference at Blanche Pope Elementary School; supported, attended, and participated in the 2012 Annual Waimanalo Makahiki Competition and Ceremonial Celebration event at Bellows Beach Park; attended the Anniversary Celebration of King Kamehameha IV declaring Christmas an official holiday 150 years ago at St. Andrews Cathedral at Washington Place; supported and participated in the Big Brother and Big Sisters of Hawai’i fundraiser at Soul de Cuba Restaurant; club provided and hosted the 5th Annual Christmas Luncheon for Youths on Christmas day; attended and participated in the Queen Emma’s Birthday Celebration, Queen Hospital, Mauna ‘Ala, and Saint Andrew’s Cathedral; attended and Council meeting participated in the Installation of Officers for the O’ahu Council of Hawaiian Civic Clubs; attend Association and Council quarterly meetings; attended Kana’iolowalu workshop at the Von Holt Room at Saint Andrew’s; supported Martin Luther King Celebration; supported and participated in Native Hawaiian Scholarship Aha; participated in the “Get the Drift and Bag It” a walk through One’ula Beach Park as a community clean-up; attended and supported Lunalilo Home Annual Benefit Luau fundraising; written testimonies to the State Legislature; Mälama Honua (Hokule’a) lecture series I at the Von Holt Room; King Kamehameha IV birthday celebration at Saint Andrew’s; attended the 38th Annual Honpa Hongwanji Living Treasures; attended and participated in the Kauhale Wetland Preserve Habitat Restoration Day at Hoakalei Property; participated in the Prince Kuhio Festival Parade; participated with the Grover Cleveland Memorial Service; participated in the American Diabetes Walk; assisted with the Kamehameha Schools Song Contest; attended the Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu Holoku Ball; supported the 9th Annual Ne’epapa I Ke O Mau, Aha Punana Leo preserving the Hawaiian language; Pau Hana Kanikapila fundraiser for the Hawaiian Affairs Caucus of the Democratic Party of Hawai’i; participated in the American Cancer Society Relay for Life; supported the Hale O Na Ali’i ‘Umeke Award luncheon; participated in the draping of leis for the King Kamehameha Statue on O’ahu and in Washington, DC at the National Museum for Native Americans; participated in the King Kamehameha Floral Parade; King Kamehameha Day ho’olaule’a booth; contributed to the Kamehameha Schools Exploration Program; cleaning of Mauna ‘Ala; attended the Community Connections: Bright Spots in Building a Sustainable Future; attended and participated in the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation; supported the Prince Lot Hula Festival; attended the Hawai’i Agriculture and National Future Famers convention; attended the Hawai’i Maoli Fundraiser at ‘Ihilani Hotel; participated in the Civic Engagement Workshop Series 2013 National Association of Parliamentarian membership cohort; celebrated Queen Lili’uokalani Birthday Celebration at Saint Andrew’s Cathedral; attended the birthday celebration for the Late Senator Dan Inouye at Honolulu Hale; attended the dedication of the Renaming of Saddle Road to the Daniel K. Inouye Highway; BOY WE’RE TIRED. Thank you Lord for the strength and the spirit to carry on the vision and mission of our founder PRINCE JONAH KUHIO KALANIAN’OLE.