About

Thursday, October 29, 2009, at 11:58:49 PM HST

The club’s primary goals are to:
• Educate our community on how best to preserve and promote the healthy growth of limu and our reef system
• Educate and the restoration of coastal habitat by replanting native limu once commonly found on our shoreline.
• Practice our Hawaiian traditional cultural practices and protocol.

The club’s major concerns are:
• Preservation of limu and the reef system
• Fostering the growth of limu in `Ewa Beach
• Developers of homes, drainage and pipes going into our waters and destroying the limu and reef

Helpful information:

Date Organized: April 28, 2001
Date Chartered: November 8, 2001
Club Flower: White Ginger
Club Colors: Green, White, Yellow
Club Song: “Pupu A`o Ewa”
Club Motto: “E ho`omana`o i ko waiwai ho`olina”
“Remember Your Heritage”
Po`e `Olelo:
Po`e Ha`ole:

 

Officers & Directors 2006-2008

Pelekikena:
Hope Pelekikena:
Pu`uku:
Kakau `Olelo Ho`opa`a:
Ho`opa`a Mo`olelo:
Mele Alaka`i:

Directors: Lawrence A Woode Jr
Corrina Moefu
Dirk Kalae Campbell
Nadine L Woode
Corrina Moefu
Gaylord Kalani Apana

Henry Chang Wo
Lenell Campbell

For club information please contact Pelekikena-Larry Woode Jr. or Hope Pelekikena- Corrina Moefu @ 341-4460.

 

Info & History

About

Where is the No Pick Zone?

It’s an area 1.5 miles near the shoreline to 150 yards out. The landmark is starts at the western boundary of the Gunnery Range and ends at Mumu`u Street.

News

The House of Limu: Clinging on to the past

The Hawaii Independent published a news article on our efforts to perpetuate the limu ecology of Ewa.

Welcome to the “No Pick” Zone

`Ewa-Pu`uloa Hawaiian Civic club project site will be the “`Ewa Beach No Pick Zone,” at an area 1.5 miles near the shoreline to 150 yards out. The landmark is starts at the western boundary of the Gunnery Range and ends at Mumu`u Street.

Contact:

Pelekikena-Larry Woode Jr. or Hope Pelekikena- Corrina Moefu @ 341-4460.