Month: February 2014
Hui Mālama Ola Nā `Ōiwi invites you to our 2nd Annual E Ola Kākou: Generational Connections event funded by Susan G. Komen. This event is will be held on Saturday, February 22, 2014 from 10am-2pm in Hilo at Bay Front to honor Cancer Survivors, Survivors `Ohana & for those who may be at risk for Cancer. I have attached a flyer which gives more detailed information. There will be FREE Clinical Breast Exams & Mammography referrals/services on location along with some valuable community health resources information.
What a time to get in the water to participate in the canoe races! Put a team together with your co-workers and enter a friendly competition in support of our Cancer Survivors, Survivors `Ohana & for those who may be at risk for Cancer.
PLEASE pass on this flyer & email throughout your agency and to your ohana & friends.
We hope to see you there to have fun on this special day!
If you have any questions, please contact Leimomi Shearer at 969-9220 or email@example.com.
KRHCAI Academy interns, Kamrie Koi and Nysa Kaniho, along with Executive Director, Jessie Marques and Board President, Donna Kekoa spend valuable talk story time with Senator Brian Schatz and Representative Colleen Hanabusa. The KRHCAI team is in Washington for the 25th Annual Rural Health Policy Institute.
Pictured above: Student Interns Kamrie Koi and Nysa Kaniho pause to take a picture with 97 year old Auwsticz survivor, Fanny Aizenberg. Chaperones Jessie Marques and Donna Kekoa also stand with interns. Pictured below: Jessie Marques and Donna Kekoa stand outside the Holocaust Musuem.
Students and chaperones will take in the 25th Annual National Rural Health Policy Institute in Washington D.C. Feb 4-6.