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NCA Swimming Pool
OPEN Weekdays ONLY!
At this time, the NCA swimming pool will be open on Wednesdays & Thursdays Only
by appointment only.
To make an appointment you may call
You may leave a message if necessary and we will follow up with you to schedule the appointment.
For complete new rules and pool policies due to the COVID-19 pandemic, please click here or check out our Recreation Department Tab for more information.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the NCA pool will be closed on weekends until further notice. We do apologize for the inconvenience.
Department of Education
Mobile Learning Lab
The Department of Education will be making the Mobile Learning Lab available for all students attending Pahoa Elementary, Keonepoko Elementary and HAAS students.
The Mobile Learning Lab will be at the Nanawale Longhouse two days a week on
Monday and Wednesday.
To sign-up your children or for more information, Please check out our "Community Affiliates" tab for more information or click here
S E P T E M B E R H E A D L I N E S
September 2020 Calendar
Dates to Remember:
Monday, Sept 7th : Labor Day Holiday
- Office Closed (You may leave messages)
Every Friday: COH Feed The People
Monday & Wednesdays: DOE Mobile Learning Lab
Last Thursday of the Month: Kanaka Ha'aheo Food Pantry
Please note: Calendar dates are subjected to change with or without notice especially during the Co-Vid 19 Pandemic.
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!! )
For more information on the Feed The People Program, please click here....
POOL CLOSED FOR MAINTENANCE
DATED: FRIDAY SEPT 11
Vibrant Hawaii Resilience Hub
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.
Parents are able to sign their child(ren) to use the Nanawale Hub to use the internet provided for students and/or pick up food on certain days.
Food provided will come from local farmers, food vendors and restaurants in the area to support their businesses.
Beginning Friday, September 25th, The Hub will be open to students (Kinder - 12th grade) from 8am to 3:30pm. During the time students may use the hub to use the internet available or simply pick up a meal. Breakfast, Lunch and Early Dinner will be served.
Beginning on Thursday, October 1st, Hub will be open for 8 students (Kinder - 1st grade) from 12pm - 3pm internet services will be provided.
For more detailed information regarding this great program, please visit:
Resource for Kupuna
An agent from SeniorAdvice.com, an industry-leading senior care organization dedicated to providing tools and essential resources to help enhance the lives of older adults of all walks of life has reached out to Nanawale to share this resource to our valuable Kupuna.
"We've published a dedicated page that provides extremely well detailed and thorough information for families and senior citizens who are researching available care options and programs that can help maintain their independence and quality of life. This free resource provides comprehensive information on topics like financial support and care options that are available in every city and state across the country.
You can read more about our work here: https://www.senioradvice.com/assisted-living"
*** MASK REQUIRED UPON ENTRY! ***
Please enter and line up at the Nanawale Longhouse Back Gate.
Food Pantry will be at a first come first served basis. Please be patient as we take down your information and as we place the bags into your car.
PLEASE REMAIN IN YOUR VEHICLE!
Kanaka Ha'aheo Food Pantry Reminder
Thursday, Sept 24th @ 12pm
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.
Pahoa Water Quality Report
The 2019 Pahoa Water Quality Report is available for your review.