Aloha e Na Kilo Aina,
It’s that time of year again. Kailapa Community Association and partners are happy to be able to host our 4th Annual Na Kilo Aina Camp for Kawaihae and South Kohala. Please share with your friends and family. Hope to see you there.
From the flyer:
“KCA is proud to host the 4th Na Kilo ‘Aina camp again this year supported through our partnership with Na Maka o Papahanaumokuakea, Hawaii Sea Grant, OHA, and many other organizations. Na Kilo ‘Aina Camp focusing on celebrating our Coastal/Marine environment and our community partners. These camps provide an avenue for South Kohala families and community members to spend quality time with each other learning about our unique landscapes of Kawaihae, the marine resources our families have depended on for generations, and the many partnerships that are constantly working to support the health and wellness of our people and our place.”
See the announcement flyer here: 2016 Na Kilo ‘Aina Support
Please see the Summer 2016 newsletter for the latest from Kailapa Community Association:
From the release:>
“The Kailapa Community Association is proud to announce an award from the Office of Hawaiian Affairs ‘Ahahui Event Grant program in support of the Na Kilo ‘Aina (NKA) Camp in Kawaihae scheduled in October during the fall intercession.
The NKA camp impacts 3 of OHA’s strategic results (culture, Land & Water, and Health) but most strongly aligns with and addresses with Land & /water in support of achieving Pae’aina sustainability. NKA helps to re-establish and strengthens our community members relationship to ‘aina building a clearer and deeper understanding of the need we have for a viable land base.”
Read the full press release here: 2016 OHA ‘Ahahui Grant Event Award for Na Kilo ‘Aina
What: Earth Day
Where: Kailapa Mailbox Site
When: April 23 7:00am – 12:30pm
Who: Community, family, and friends!
Join the Kailapa Community Association for our Earth Day Community Cleanup. Bring your own refillable water bottles, sunscreen, and gloves. Wearing hats and shoes is recommended. Meet at the Kailapa mailbox site at 7:00am to sign waivers and pick up supplies. Snacks and a lite lunch will be provided.
Click the flyer to view in full.
Please see the Spring 2016 newsletter for the latest from Kailapa Community Association: