NCA Trunk or Treat Drive Thru Event
Friday, October 30th
4:30pm - 6:30pm
Have you recently seen on social media programs or events with a group called Kanaka Ha'aheo?
Last week they were mentioned "LIVE" at the new Pahoa Sunday Farmer's Market with Councilman Matt Kaneali'i-Kleinfelder, being mentioned for distributing free burritos in Nanawale and recently beginning a food pantry distribution site at the Hawaiian Beaches Da Store??
But who are they?
Check out more information on the volunteer group Kanaka Ha'aheo and the many many exciting things that they do for our growing community. Click here...
Family Halloween Online
NCA will be having a Family Halloween Costume Contest..
Three Families will WIN a Food Gift Basket courtesy of
Kanaka Ha'aheo and Nanawale Community Association.
Deadline to enter is Saturday, October 31st @ 9pm
Winners will be contacted on Monday, November 2nd
*** HOW TO ENTER COSTUME CONTEST ***
1. "Like" Kanaka Ha'aheo's Facebook page
2. Email a photo of your child(ren) and/or family in costume(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please include family name in subject line
- Contact person and phone number
3. Please note by submitting your photo, you give NCA permission to post your family pictures on the NCA website, nanawale.com
It's our Annual Halloween Event is coming Friday, October 30th from 4:30pm - 6:30pm
It will feature a Drive Thru event where families may come to the Nanawale Longhouse to get some Halloween treats. We will be following all CDC and County Guidelines.
NCA is in need of volunteers to decorate your vehicles and pass out candy. If you would like to volunteer, please CLICK HERE to fill out the contact form and our Recreation Coordinator will contact you.
Have you noticed a new "Kupuna Resources" button on our Homepage?
Our Kupuna have taken care of us always and sometimes they need a little help themselves.
In partnership with other various community partners, resources to our Kupuna are now available from utilities, rent, mortage food, etc...
Report, Report, Report!
In order to keep our neighborhood safe and keep our community a great place to live, residents need to come together and do their part. If you see suspicious activity, an abandoned vehicle or unpermitted structure, please do the necessary steps and report it to NCA and the authorities.
Youth Challenge Academy
At the Hawaii Youth Challenge Academy we focus on training our Cadets to be successful members of society through the use of an Eight Core Component frame work. The Eight Core Components of the intervention model focuses on the holistic development of the Cadet. Deliberate experiential learning and training at the Academy are, therefore, created with these Eight Core Components as their foundation.
Despite what you may have heard, this program is not for troublemakers. Cadets learn the basic live skills to live in today's society.
For more information and about enrollment, please click here
County of Hawaii District 4 Council Representative Ashley Kierkiewicz
Feed The People Website Update
To make it a lot easier for anyone wanting to reserve a bag of food from the FEED THE PEOPLE program, there is a website available that specifies the dates of the program from now until the end of the year.
"Going forward, RSVP links will be published to activatehawaiiaid.org/feed-the-people every Monday at 3pm for weeks a drop is scheduled. (Find our recipe collection here too!! )
Vibrant Hawaii Resilience Hub
Fun Enrichment Classes
The goals of this project are to provide COVID-19 emergency response programming to:
• Support community and family resilience
• Increase digital access, and
• Provide food assistance while supporting local business.
Beginning on Thursday, October 1st, Hub will be open for 8 students (Kinder - 1st grade) from 12pm - 3pm
GREAT ENRICHMENT FUN with Aunty Cheyenne
Students who attend will be provided with a Free Lunch and Take home family dinner
For more detailed information regarding this great program, please visit:
Want to poison an Albizia Tree(s)?
We all remember Hurricane Iselle which made our canopy of Albizia trees a thing of the past and the introduction of how dangerous these trees really are.
NCA offers Milestone to those who wish to get rid of their Albizia trees.
For complete information and resources please click here or visit our member resources page.
Department of Education Learning Lab Monday & Wednesdays: (8am - 2pm)
Vibrant Hub Enrichment Activities Kindergarten & First Grade Fun with Aunty Cheyenne (12pm - 3pm)
Feed the People Fridays (11am - 1pm)
Kanaka Ha'aheo Food Pantry
Thursday, October 29th @ 11am
Halloween Truck or Treat Event
Friday, October 30th 4:30pm - 6:30pm
DOWNLOAD PDF CALENDAR
Swimming Pool is.....
OPEN on Wednesdays & Thursdays
Saturday & Sunday
Beginning Saturday, October 17th
to make your appointment
For more information on the Feed The People Program, please click here....
Kupuna WALMART Grocery Delivery Services
How amazing it this??
The Department of Human Services (DHS) is pleased to share that last week the testing was completed, and Hawaiʻi Walmart stores received approval from the Food and Nutrition Service to proceed..
This program will enable kupuna, those with pre-existing health conditions, and others who would prefer not to go into the store, to pick up their groceries curbside at no cost. Or they can utilize the delivery option for a fee.
For more information please visit our Kupuna Resources page or Click here.