Date Chartered: April 16, 1964
Club Pua: Aloalo (Red Hibiscus)
Club Colors: 'Ula'ula a me Ke'oke'o (Red and White)
Mele: Uluwehi O Ka‘ala
Po‘e ‘Ōlelo: E paepae I Luna Loa I Ka MālaMalama
Po‘e Haole: Hold High the Light of Knowledge
Pelekikena: Jonathan Tungpalan
Hope Pelekikena 'Ekahi: Montie Hess
Hope Pelekikena 'Elua: Dreana Kalili
Pu`uku: Alberta Low
Pelekikena iho nei: Moana Sanders
Kakau 'Olelo: Antoinette “Toni” Lee
Kakau Mo'olelo: Dan Kalili
Ho'opa'a Mo'olelo: Leimomi Morgan
Alaka'i Mele: Nola Nahulu
Sergeant-at-Arms: Charles Kapua
Kahu: Kaiulani Hess
PHHCC 2013 Installation flyer.pdf
Pearl Harbor Hawaiian Civic Club 2012
by Jonathan Tungpalan
The Pearl Harbor Hawaiian Civic Club remains committed to being active and visible in our Community as we strive to make our Hawai'i a better place to live. We do this by collaborating with organizations in our Community such as Hawai'i Maoli, DHHL, Friends of the Royal Hawaiian Band, Lunalilo Home, Loko Ea Fishpond, Hawaii Youth Opera Chorus, Aloha Festivals, Kawaiaha'o Church, Native Hawaiian Advisory Council, and the 'Aha Moku Council. Our participation in cultural activities include the King Kamehameha Hula Competition, providing flowers for Historic Washington Place, Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalaniana'ole Celebration, various Hawaiian craft demonstrations for conventions in Hawai'i, all Ali'i Sundays at Kawaiaha'o Church, and the Aloha Festivals Royal Court, Investiture, and Parade.
Other community events our Club participated in include the Great Aloha Run Water Station 1, Hawai'i Fishing Festival, and the Pearlridge Summer Train ride.
True to Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalaniana'ole vision: “E Paepae I Luna Loa I Ka Malamalama”, Hold High the Light of Knowledge, this year, our Club has awarded 10 scholarships to deserving members pursuing their post-high school education.
Our Club meets monthly and has an average attendance of 35-40 members. We continue to perpetuate and rely on the knowledge of our kupuna, as we empower and shape the future generation for our Hawai'i.