Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs
Founded 1959 - Honolulu, HI

PO Box 711912, Salt Lake City UT 84171
 Date Organized: November 1985
Date Chartered: November 1986
Pua: Pikake
Waiho‘olu‘u: Teal & White
Mele: Ku‘u Hoa
Makia ‘Olelo Hawai‘i: Ka ‘uhane ‘o iesu e ho‘a mai a maui loa
Makia ‘Olelo Pelekania: The Spirit of Christ that is lit to burn

Pelekikena: Tina Cabiles-Carden
Hope Pelekikena ‘Ekahi: Charlene Lui
Hope Pelekikena ‘Elua: Wahine U‘i Nielsen Ka‘iwi
Pu‘uku: Barbara Fullmer
Na Alaka‘i: David Carden, Cheryl & Garin Richards


Hui Hawai`i O Utah Hawaiian Civic Club 2013

This year has been a busy one for us. Our club is now managing the Hawaiian Cultural Center in Midvale, UT. We have many activities and initiatives in the works, the first of which is the 'Ohana Day Care program, aimed at not only ensuring that we are self-sustaining but more importantly, that we’re able to positively impact our children starting at that young age.

We’ve had workshops, which included learning about how to make your own Mahiole. In March, we hosted a Kuhio Presentation: Living His Legacy: Honoring Prince Kuhio in 2013 and Beyond. We held our Chili Cookoff on 8/24, as well as, our KOAHINE addressing Native Hawaiian women and Breast Cancer on 8/30. In addition, we hosted the Talanoa Series monthly. It’s always rewarding for us to be actively engaged with our Hawaiian community.

Our Living Traditions festival was a success as always, with many young volunteers making it not just profitable, but fun!

We’re humbled that we can continue to be not just engaged, but effectively and culturally empowering in our community.