July general membership meeting cancelled
Dinner: $12, RSVP requested
Prince Kūhiō Hawaiian Civic Club was founded in 1964 in response to the need to provide educational opportunities in the form of scholarships, and to encourage civic engagement dedicated to the progress of Hawai'i and its people. The Kalaniana'ole Scholarship Pa'ina, a luncheon to benefit the Scholarship Fund and recognize three 2016 Kalaniana'ole Honorees, will be held on:
Saturday, August 13, 2016
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Marriott Waikiki Resort & Spa
We are honoring the following outstanding individuals for their valuable and lasting contributions to our Hawaiian community. The 2016 Kalanianaʻole Scholarship Paʻina Honorees are:
• Momi Cazimero is the founder of Graphic House, the first woman owned design firm in Honolulu. She has served on the boards of several organizations, including Friends of Hawaii Charities, Aloha Festivals, Hale Kipa, Historic Hawaii Foundation and Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce.
• Neil Hannahs directed the Land and Assets division of Kamehameha Schools until his retirement in 2015. Recently, he launched Hoʻokele Strategies LLC, a consulting enterprise. Mr. Hannahs is active in community affairs and was appointed to serve on the State of Hawaiʻi Commission on Water Resources Management.
• George Paris led the Iron Workers Local 625 for 36 years and currently is the director of the Iron Workers Stabilization Fund. Mr. Parisʼ community service contributions are stellar and include the T. George Paris Scholarship Fund which has supported several hundred students in their pursuit of a college education.