What's Happening in Nanawale
What's Happening in Nanawale
The "Online Bazaar" Button
Have you noticed a new button on the website?
The world has changed to a much more sophisticated and digital age. Especially, during this time of uncertainity.
Do you need a special gift? Want to treat yourself? Need to order hygiene products, vitamins or laundry detergent? How about some jewelry for Mom?
Take advantage of the new "Online Bazaar" which features everything from crafts to everyday household items. Most vendors offer home delivery or shipping.
SHOP SAFETY FROM HOME..
Delivery to your front door maybe available from most vendors
Kupuna, this may be an excellent alternative to have things delivered to your door without the hassel of driving and walking around the market.
If you have questions or are interested in being a vendor, please take the time to visit the Online Bazaar by clicking on the button for more information.
Spring Rummage Sale
Spring is coming and a lot of people will be doing some Spring cleaning. Instead of throwing them away, NCA may have an option for you..
We will be having a Treasures and Rummage Sale in March. Make a few bucks selling your toys, books, DVD's, electronics, video games, tools, dishes and everything in between to locals who may be looking for those treasures. Those items could help many families during these hard times. We are all in this together so let's help one another get through this..
Note: We will NOT be looking for vendors to sell CLOTHING or SHOES...
Spring Treasures and Rummage Sale
Saturday, March 27th
10am to 1pm
Pahoa Schools Booster Club & Scholarship Fund
Class of 2021 Scholarship
APPLICATIONS ARE DUE FRIDAY, APRIL 9TH 2021
Applications are now available:
Vendor Information will be available soon to work out the Co-Vid policies and procedures.
If you have questions, please feel free to email Recreation Coordinator, Aaron Ferreira at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions, please e-mail Aaron Ferreira
Now & Then Scholarship
Class of 2021 (PHIS & HAAS)
Please submit the following by April 1, 2021:
● 2 letters of recommendation ● Resume (GPA, community service, clubs, sports, employment...)
● Personal essay that tells me your story and vision for the future. (where will you attend post secondary education and what area of study will you pursue?)
Completed documents can be mailed by the deadline to:
Aunty Nancy Seifers
PO Box 951
Pahoa, HI 96778
or email at
Dates to Remember
Monday, February 15, 2021 - President's Day Holiday (Office & Pool Closed)
Thursday, February 25, 2021 - Kanaka Ha'aheo Food Pantry @11am
February 2021 Calendar
The NCA Swimming Pool hours and days of operation are:
Monday, Wednesday - Sunday
10am to 3pm
By Appointment Only
Please contact the Recreation Department
Daily from 8am - 3pm
Except TUESDAYS, Holidays and/or Events. Please see monthly calendar
If no one is available to take your call, please leave a message and we will return your call ASAP.
Please have your pool card number handy when making your appointment. If you are unsure of your pool card number, you may check with the main office
NCA follows all CDC, State and County CoVid Guidelines
For more information on NCA guidelines, please visit our NCA Swimming pool page or click here.
& Swimming Pool Appointments
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Check out their NCA Community Affiliate Page
Health Insurance Open Enrollment
For Hawaii County Residents
Attention Hawaii County Residents!!!
Health Insurance Open Enrollment for Hawaii County Residents.
February 15th 2021 to
May 15th 2021
For more information, please download the flyer or click here.
Save your HEART
this Valentine's Day
While you’re celebrating with loved ones this Valentine’s Day, don’t forget your heart needs some love, too. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States for both men and women, taking about 647,000 lives each year.
Prevent Heart Disease: A Video by Medicare. To view click here.....
Hui Malama Loa Na 'Oiwi Services
If you have questions about the following programs or classes please contact Leo Brite (808)746-0994 or email: email@example.com