Ka ʻĀina Hoʻopulapula o Keaukaha.
The Hawaiian homelands of Keaukaha.
We, the native Hawaiian beneficiaries of the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act, as amended July 9, 1921 by the 67th Congress, do hereby accept and support these By-laws as set forth by the membership of this Association, that it will protect, preserve and perpetuate the rights defined within the provision of the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act, 1920 as amended, for the betterment of the conditions of all the native Hawaiians. We also look to protect, preserve and perpetuate the customary and traditional rights and values of our Hawaiian culture and to seek the wisdom of our na Kupuna, to help formulate and educate all in our Hawaiian communities.
It shall also be the objectives of the Keaukaha Community Association to engage in, encourage and promote community pride and participation, in the Keaukaha Community’s efforts to provide a safe neighborhood for the health, general welfare and the effects of reducing neighborhood tensions and to combine all our efforts to work for the betterment of all our native Hawaiian people residing on lands having the status of Hawaiian Home lands in general and in particular those of the Keaukaha Community Association.
The Keaukaha Community Association disseminates a community newsletter monthly. Current and back issues can be accessed below.
Orientation day: Monday, February 9 @ 4pm, Doc Hills.
For more information, contact Keahi at (808)-895-8666 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Keaukaha Community Association Monthly Meetings
Vision and Mission
UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS
KCA MONTHLY NEWSLETTER