COASM

Association of
Hawaiian Civic Clubs
Founded 1959 - Honolulu, HI

Ke Ali'i Bernice Pauahi Paki Hawaiian Civic Club

Pili Mana'o A Pili Lokahi |  Heart to Heart, Mind to Mind, Soul to Soul


Pelekikena:

Dorinda Makanaolalani Nicholson

Address:

7236 Woodson Road, Raytown, Missouri  64133-6929

Pelekikena Iho Nei:

Henrietta Kaleikau

Date Organized:

July 21, 2012

Pu’uku:

Judy Kaiahua

Date Chartered by AHCC:

October, 2012

Kakau ‘Olelo:

Andi Meyer

Club Pua:

Plumeria and Mimosa

Kakau Mo’olelo:

Ilene Kimsey

Club Colors:

Royal Blue, Silver, Red, Green and Yellow

Kahu:

David Kaohi Kaleikau Jr.

Club Mele:

Oli Aloha

Alaka‘i Mele:

Josh Kahananui

HCC Email:

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Information submitted by:

Dorinda Makanaolalani Nicholson

HCC Website:

Hawaii-KansasCitly.com (under construction)


2017 Club Report

 

Pelekikena Dorinda Nicholson attended Mainland Council meetings in Seattle and Phoenix and will attend convention in Seattle.

The treasurer of our hui, John Kaiahua was honored by the Missouri Senate on Vietnam day for his 20year contribution to the military, serving two combat missions in Vietnam.

In April of this year, John was killed in an auto-related accident. His ashes were taken to Hawaii in July by Dorinda Nicholson, pelekikena and Ilene Kimsey, recording secretary, who joined with family members to distribute the ashes among kalo plants and also in the ocean.


Johnʻs wife, Judy has succeeded him as treasurer and will finish his term of office.

Andi Meyer, corresponding secretary performed in a play in Kansas City and also was a host and presenter for the National Storytelling conference held in Kansas City.


Kuana Toress conducted hula workshops in the Kansas City area the last week of July.

The hui participated in the annual Ethnic Enrichment Festival representing Hawaii among 50 other countries. Selling shave ice was the fund raiser for the hui.All members worked the booth for the weekend. Halau O Kiakahi performed on stage on Saturday night.

Pelekikena, Dorinda Nicholson served as the inspiration for the new American Pearl Harbor doll, Nanea, which launched on August 26, 2017 at all the American Girl stores.
 

Halau O ʻKiakahi performed four different times during the local store event. Mattel will donate an American Girl doll for the Presidentʻs Luncheon auction at the Seattle conference.