Month: May 2012
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Aloha Ho’owaiwai Network- Hawai’i Island!
I hope your week is off to a good start!
If you are part of an organization or program that offers direct services to low income individuals and families, please click here to complete the Resources Match pilot survey to gather general eligibility info on your program. For those organizations or program managers/coordinators who have already spoken with someone about the Resources Match pilot on Hawai’i Island- we thank you for taking the time!!
It takes about 10-15 minutes to complete. Your responses will help us make sure more Hawai’i Island families are reaching the resources they are eligible to receive.
**If this does not apply to you, please feel free to forward to any agency or program on Hawai’i Island that offers direct services to individuals and families in need so that we may gather a more complete list of resources available to Hawai’i island families and communities.
Mahalo nui loa & have a great week!!
–The Ho’owaiwai Network
If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail email@example.com or call (808) 550-2661.
Have you registered for the Family Financial Empowerment yet?! Click here to find out more!! Hurry! Registration ends June 8th.
All Ka’u residents can come to the Resource and Distance Learning Center in Pahala from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. to connect to an HMSA doctor online via video conference or by phone!
Our trained staff will provide the equipment and any assistance needed to get you online to discuss your symptoms and treatment options with a doctor securely and privately.
To schedule an Online Care appointment with a doctor, call the Ka‘u Resource and Distance Learning Center at (808) 928-0101.
Monday through Friday, 8a.m. to 12p.m.
Online doctor conversations are available by appointment only and walk-ins are welcome for registration.
96-3126 Puahala St., Pahala, HI
(located one street in front of the Pahala Library)
On Saturday, November 26, 2011, Ka`u Rural Health Community Association, Inc. in partnership with The American Cancer Society and HMSA, hosted its first annual Ka`u Community Floating Lantern Ceremony at Punalu`u Black Sands Beach Park.
Hui Okinawa Kobudo Taiko Group
Soka Gakkai International
Kahu Kimo Awai, Hilo Chapter Youth and Women’s Division
Providing entertainment by Taiko drummers, hula dancers, and musicians, the free event was an opportunity for Ka`u residents to come together to honor the past, present and future generations.
Following a potluck lunch, the different families experienced a camaraderie as they worked alongside each other to create and decorate their choice of lotus blossom or box-style floating lanterns to celebrate their own loved ones.
Family members gathered at the water’s edge near sunset and, accompanied by the music of guest singer Keoki Kahumoku, set their lanterns afloat on the surface of Medicine Pond.
Dusk brought with it a sense of peace gently illuminated by the light of a sea of lanterns crafted out of love, as people reflected on the lives and memories of their friends and loved ones.