Friday, August 10, 2018

Many seniors don’t get the food aid they would qualify for -- how to get help applying

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Do you know any Hawaii kupuna struggling to afford adequate food? Please tell them to call @HelpingHandsHI 440-3812 to check if they qualify for #SNAP food stamps. If they do qualify, @HelpingHandsHI will help them apply too!

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Kokua Council Windward July 19 program: Making the World a Much Better Place

Pohai Nani, Club Room, 2nd Floor,
45-090 Namoku Street, Kaneohe

COMMUNITY WELCOME

Agenda:

11:30 (Optional) — Buffet Lunch in Dining Room, $11. Reservation and Information: Samuel Cox (808) 779-3606 or revsamuelcox@gmail.com .

12:30 Program: Prof. Richard Miller: “Making the World a Much Better Place”

Richard Miller is Emeritus Dean & Professor, William S. Richardson School of Law

1:30 Adjourn

More Information: Samuel Cox 779-3606, Richard Miller 254-1796

Monday, July 09, 2018

Kokua Council July 23 program: The Lieutenant Governor: Who is running? Why?

Please Join Us for Lunch

Monday, July 23, 2018-- 11:30 A.M. To 1:00 p.m.

Miyama Main Hall, Harris United Methodist Church, Nuuanu Ave. and South Vineyard Blvd.

Ample parking—driveway off Nuuanu Ave.

Agenda:
11:30 Luncheon (optional) : Various Pizzas, Salad, and dessert—$5.00 Donation

11:40 Welcome, Introductions and Remarks, Jim Shon, President

11:45 Program: Candidate forum: “The Lieutenant Governor: Who is running? Why? What additional powers and dutiesm if any, should we give the Lt. Governor?

All candidates for Lt. Governor have been invited.

Key questions for our candidates and attendees:

For all Candidates:

"The LG is an office without significant purpose or power. What new duties or powers would they--the candidates--want the Legislature to give to the LG?"

Each candidate will also be asked to address one or two of the following issues that impact seniors:

(1) Adequate funding for State and County Kupuna services.
(2) The government’s untimely payments to service providers.
(3) Improved oversight of licensed care homes and new aging in place operations.
(4) Consumer Protection for condo seniors.
(5) The transparency of the legislative process
(6) Improving the Kupuna Caregiver's bill
(7) The implementation of more effective regulation and penalties against abusers of children and elders.

1:00 Adjourn

Monday, June 11, 2018

June 25 program: “Meet and converse with Hawaii’s First Lady, Dawn Amano-Ige”

Please Join Us for Lunch

Monday, June 25, 2018-- 11:30 A.M. To 1:00 p.m.

Miyama Main Hall, Harris United Methodist Church, Nuuanu Ave. and South Vineyard Blvd.

Ample parking—driveway off Nuuanu Ave.

Agenda:
11:30 Luncheon (optional) : Various Pizzas, Salad, and dessert—$5.00 Donation

11:45 Welcome, Introductions and Remarks, Jim Shon, President

12:00 Program: Kathy Wyatt: “Please join us
to meet and converse with Hawaii’s First Lady,
Dawn Amano-Ige”


1:00 Adjourn

Dawn Amano-Ige is currently a member of the Spouses’ Leadership Committee for the National Governor’s Association.

In her role as first lady, Mrs. Ige draws on her experiences as an educator and business woman. She supports education, particularly in the areas of STEAM (Science, Technology education, Arts and Math), global education, and international student exchanges. Mrs. Ige was honored in 2016 by the Public School of Hawaii Foundation.

Mrs. Ige also promotes healthy living through the Department of Health’s Choose Healthy Now program.

Professionally, Mrs. Ige was an educator who most recently served as vice principal of Kanoelani Elementary School and Moanalua High School. Prior to working in school administration, she was a 3rd grade teacher for over 10 years at Waimalu Elementary School. Mrs. Ige previously worked in business as marketing director of Kapiolani Health Care System and as an account executive for the public relations firm of Stryker Weiner Associates.

Mrs. Ige was born and raised in Ewa, Hawai and is a graduate of James Campbell High School in Ewa Beach. She received her bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Hawaii, where she met her husband. She also earned a master’s degree business from Chaminade University in Honolulu. After having children, she returned to the University of Hawaii at Manoa for a professional diploma in elementary education.

The Iges have three children, Lauren, who is an attorney in Washington, D.C; Amy, a registered nurse in Jacksonville, Florida, and Matthew, who is a senior at John Hopkins University in Baltimore. (from http://governor.hawaii.gov/meet-the-first-lady/)

Saturday, June 09, 2018

Kokua Council Windward June 21, 2018 program: Senator Will Espero: Housing and Other Issues in Hawaii

Pohai Nani, Club Room, 2nd Floor,
45-090 Namoku Street, Kaneohe

COMMUNITY WELCOME

Agenda:

11:30 (Optional) — Buffet Lunch in Dining Room, $11. Reservation and Information: Samuel Cox (808) 779-3606 or revsamuelcox@gmail.com .

12:30 Program: Senator Will Espero : “Housing and Other Issues in Hawaii, A Report from the Legislature”

Sen. Will EsperoWill Espero has had a distinguished career in the Hawaii Senate for 18 years. He has served as the Majority Leader and most recently the Vice President of the Senate.

He will share some of the most recent legislature accomplishments especially Housing and Other Issues.

They found over half a billion dollars for affordable housing -- packaged in a way that developers were confident will actually lead to construction fairly soon.

Lawmakers continued funding for ongoing homeless programs like Housing First, which have been making slow progress. But also made another serious investment, $30 million for six Ohana Zones which will quickly provide housing for those who are still unsheltered.

1:30 Adjourn

More Information: Samuel Cox 779-3606, Richard Miller 254-1796

Monday, May 21, 2018

Honolulu announces opening of Section 8 wait list

 From the City and County website:
Opening of the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Wait List
The City and County of Honolulu’s Section 8 HCV Wait List will be open on Monday, June 4, 2018 at 7:45 a.m. to Friday, June 8, 2018 at 4:30 p.m.  For details, please read the Public Notice which was posted in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser on Sunday, May 20, 2018.
Reminder:  Please review the List of Information needed to fill-in the pre-application.  The link to the online pre-application is at https://tinyurl.com/oahuvoucherwl  It will be available only during the Wait List opening period.
Please review the Frequently Asked Questions.

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Spread the word on SNAP benefits for kupuna

Do you know any food-insecure seniors? They may not know they could qualify for SNAP (food stamp) benefits. Let them know!

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Monday, May 07, 2018

Kokua Council Windward Thursday, May 10th Program: "Cherish the Earth with Sierra Club"

Pohai Nani, Club Room, 2nd Floor,
45-090 Namoku Street, Kaneohe

COMMUNITY WELCOME

Agenda:

11:30 (Optional) — Buffet Lunch in Dining Room, $11. Reservation and Information: Samuel Cox 779-3606, Richard Miller 254-1796 or Mary Piette 263-5956

12:30 Program: Kimiko Lahaela-Walter: "Cherish the Earth with Sierra Club"

Kimiko Lahaela-WalterKimiko is the Conservation Program Coordinator for the Sierra Club of Hawaii.

The Sierra Club of Hawai'i is one of the oldest and most effective grassroots environmental organizations in the islands.  Founded in 1968, they currently have more than 16,000 members and supporters volunteering to help people better explore, enjoy, and protect Hawaiʻi's unique environment and wildlife. 

They inspire residents of all ages to get outdoors, experience our unique environment, and stand up for the things we all love about the Hawaiian Islands.

Not only does the Sierra Club advocate for sustainability, but they practice it through on-the-ground conservation. Their outings and service programs organize hundreds of volunteers each year to perform such tasks as native species planting, trail building, beach cleanups, and invasive species removal.

1:30 Adjourn

May 23, 2018–12th Annual “The Good, Bad and the Ugly” post-legislative forum

There is no regular meeting in May.

Instead:

Please join us for the 12th Annual Post Legislative Forum

"The Good, Bad, and the Ugly"


Sponsored by the Hawaii Alliance for Retired Americans (HARA) and Kokua Council

Wednesday, May 23, 2018 8:30 am to noon at the State Capitol, Room 325

Cost: Free A continental breakfast and light lunch will be provided. To reserve a space, please RSVP by calling 722-9937 or email: wongj060@hawaii.rr.com.

Invited legislators include:

Senator Ronald Koucbi, Senate President
Senator Michelle Kidani, Senate Vice President
Senator Rosalyn Baker, Commerce, Consumer
       Protection & Health Chair
Senator Josh Green, Human Services Chair
Senator Donovan Dela Cruz, Ways & Means Chair
Senator Will Espero, Housing Chair
Representative Scott Saiki, House Speaker
Representative Mark Nakashima, House Vice Speaker
Representative John Mizuno, Health & Human
        Services Chair
Representative Della Au Belatti, Majority Leader
Representative Sylvia Luke, Finance Chair
Representative Gregg Takayama, Kupuna Caucus Co-Chair

Shining Light Awards” will be presented to individuals who have contributed to advancing issues in the Legislature and the community of senior advocates in the legislative process.
            

The Legislative Review is a forum to hear from legislators about how senior issues fared this session and to allow attendees to share issues and concerns that may be considered in the 2019 Legislative Session and beyond.

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Monday, April 23 program: Is adult day care the key to community-based senior care?

Please Join Us for Lunch

Monday, April 23, 2018-- 11:30 A.M. To 1:00 p.m.

Miyama Main Hall, Harris United Methodist Church, Nuuanu Ave. and South Vineyard Blvd.

Ample parking—driveway off Nuuanu Ave.

Agenda:
11:30 Luncheon (optional) : Various Pizzas, Salad, and dessert—$5.00 Donation
11:45 Welcome, Introductions and Remarks, Jim Shon, President
12:00 Program: Kathy Wyatt: “Is adult day care the key to community-based senior care?”
1:00 Adjourn

Kathy Wyatt is a Registered Nurse, a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator, Certified Director of Nursing in Long Term Care, and Certified Administrator of Assisted Living Facilities and Adult Residential Care Homes.  Ms. Wyatt is on the Kokua Council Board and is active in Kupuna Caucus. She runs a non- profit organization, Hale Hau’oli Hawaii, that is committed to meeting the needs of the elderly and their caregivers through community education programs, resources and referrals, and an adult day care.

For program details, see the April Kokua Council newsletter.

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Monday, March 26, 2018 Kokua Council program: Working towards common ground on the Jones Act

Please Join Us for Lunch

Monday, March 26, 2018-- 11:30 A.M. To 1:00 p.m.

Miyama Main Hall, Harris United Methodist Church, Nuuanu Ave. and South Vineyard Blvd.

Ample parking—driveway off Nuuanu Ave.

“Working towards common ground on the Jones Act”

Agenda:
11:30 Luncheon (optional) : Various Pizzas, Salad, and dessert—$5.00 Donation
11:45 Welcome, Introductions and Remarks, Jim Shon, Interim President
12:00 Program: Joe Kent: “Working towards common ground on the Jones Act”
1:00 Adjourn

Joe Kent is Vice President of Research, The Grassroot Institute of Hawaii

For program details, see the March Kokua Council newsletter.

Thursday, February 15, 2018

MONDAY, February 26, 2018 program: Legislative Review—The key bills and issues in the 2018 session

Please Join Us for Lunch

MONDAY, February 26, -- 11:30 A.M. To 1:00 p.m.

Miyama Main Hall, Harris United Methodist Church, Nuuanu Ave. and South Vineyard Blvd.

Ample parking—driveway off Nuuanu Ave.

Legislative Review

The Key Bills and Issues in the 2018 Session

Agenda:
11:30 Luncheon (optional) : Various Pizzas, Salad, and dessert—$5.00 Donation
11:45 Welcome, Introductions and Remarks, Jim Shon, Interim President
12:00 Program: The Key Bills and Issues in the 2018 Session
1:00 Adjourn

IN MEMORIUM

One of Kokua Council’s longest serving leaders, Laura Manis, recently passed away. Laura was a major contributor to senior advocacy for many years, chairing our legislative committee. She knew all the people, and all the issues. Laura will be missed. We can honor her by remembering that each and every one of us can continue to be engaged in our democracy, and in carefully following how our government responds to the challenges of a rapidly aging community.

Saturday, January 06, 2018

Kokua Council Windward Thursday, January 11 program

Kokua Council Windward

& Pohai Nani Green Team

Thursday, January 11th  12:30-1:30 p.m.   

Pohai Nani 2nd Floor Club Room

Honolulu Opala Program Recycling Specialist Evan K. Bisho will give a presentation on what and how residents in the community and at Pohal Nani should sort their recyclables and other wastes that go to the city transfer stations and H-Power under the present Department of Environmental Services Refuse Division.

There are current community concerns that the policies of the city’s garbage disposal and recycling program will be changed in a few years.

Jerry Aglipay, Pohai Nani maintenance supervisor will explain the disposal of waste and recycling operations at Pohai Nani.

We welcome Pohai Nani and Kaneohe community residents to attend this meeting.

For more information: Chuck Burrows 595-3922, Duane Preble 551-5994, Samuel Cox 779-3606, Dick Miller 254-1796

Monday, January 29, 2018 program: Legislative Review—The Key Bills and Issues in the 2018 Session

Please Join Us for Lunch

Last Monday in January -- 11:30 A.M. To 1:00 p.m.

Miyama Main Hall, Harris United Methodist Church, Nuuanu Ave. and South Vineyard Blvd.

Ample parking—driveway off Nuuanu Ave.

Monday, January 29, 2018

Legislative Review

The Key Bills and Issues in the 2018 Session

Agenda:
11:30 Luncheon (optional) : Various Pizzas, Salad, and dessert—$5.00 Donation
11:45 Welcome, Introductions and Remarks, Jim Shon, Interim President
12:00 Program: The Key Bills and Issues in the 2018 Session
1:00 Adjourn

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Governor’s press release: Kupuna Caregivers Program provides up to $70 per day to cover cost of adult care services

Hot press release – not yet posted on the Governor’s website:

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State launches landmark Kupuna Caregivers Program to help working caregivers pay for support services for older adults

HONOLULU - Working caregivers who pay for services to support their kupuna may now be eligible for financial help of up to $70 per day to cover the cost of adult day care, chore services, home-delivered meals, homemaker services, personal care, respite, or transportation. The Hawaii Executive Office on Aging (EOA) is launching the state's Kupuna Caregivers Program which was signed into law earlier this year by Gov. David Ige to help Hawaii's working caregivers.

"The landmark initiative is a first step in recognizing the significant contributions and sacrifices of Hawaii's working caregivers as they celebrate and honor their kupuna," said Gov. David Ige. "Support for our caregivers is critically needed as Hawaii's population is aging more rapidly than the national average and our seniors live longer than seniors in any other state."

Under Act 102, qualified caregivers who apply for the program may receive up to $70 per day in services (subject to the availability of funds and paid directly to contracted service providers, not the caregiver). To be eligible, caregivers must be employed at least 30 hours a week by one or more employers and provide direct care to a care recipient who is a citizen of the US or a qualified alien, 60 years of age or older, and not covered by any comparable government or private home and community-based care service, except kupuna care services. The care recipient cannot reside in a long-term care facility and must have impairments of at least two activities of daily living or two instrumental activities of daily living or one activity of daily living and one instrumental activity of daily living or substantive cognitive impairment requiring substantial supervision.

"We are hopeful that this program will provide working caregivers with the opportunity to continue working and with peace of mind knowing that their loved ones are safe and are receiving services and supports that maximize their independence and quality of life," said Terri Byers, director of the Hawaii Executive Office on Aging. "EOA is looking forward to analyzing the data we collect during this first six-month pilot period to evaluate demand for services, provider capacity, and how effective the program is in helping caregivers retain employment and ease financial burden."

Interested caregivers should contact the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) as soon as possible to apply for the program. Program funding is limited to a total of $600,000 available until June 30, 2018 unless a subsequent appropriation is made by the Hawaii State Legislature. Applying for the program includes employment verification, assessment of the care recipient, and a caregiver burden assessment. For further information or to apply, call the ADRC statewide phone number (808) 643-2372, ADRC TTY line (808) 643-0899, or go to http://www.hawaiiadrc.org.

Friday, November 17, 2017

Monday November 27 Program: Disaster Preparedness: Can we protect our seniors?

PLEASE JOIN US FOR LUNCH


Monday November 27, 2017, 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Miyama Main Hall, Harris United Methodist Church, Nuuanu Ave. and South Vineyard Blvd.
Ample parking—driveway off Nuuanu Ave.

TOPIC: DISASTER PREPAREDNESS: CAN WE PROTECT OUR SENIORS?

OUR PANEL OF EXPERTS:
  • Inspector Nelson Makua who is with the Fire Prevention Bureau of the Honolulu Fire Department
  • Toby Clairmont who is the Executive Officer of the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency (HI-EMA)
  • John Cummings III who is Public Information Officer for the City and County’s Department of Emergency Management

Agenda:

11:30 Luncheon: Various Pizzas, Salad, and Dessert—$5.00 Donation

11:45 Welcome, Introductions and Remarks, Jim Shon, Interim President

12:00 Panel of Experts’ remarks and Q&A.

1:00 Adjourn

Monday, October 09, 2017

Kokua Council Windward Thursday, October 12th Program: “Sustainability Ideas for Action”

Pohai Nani, Club Room, 2nd Floor,
45-090 Namoku Street, Kaneohe

COMMUNITY WELCOME

Agenda:

11:30 (Optional) — Buffet Lunch in Dining Room, $11. Reservation and Information: Samuel Cox (808) 779-3606 or revsamuelcox@gmail.com .

12:30 Program: Duane Preble, Convener: “Sustainability Ideas for Action”

Extensive travel has given Duane and his wife, Sarah, global perspectives. Consequently, they consider themselves citizens of the world. They have long been advocates for local environmental planning and sustainability issues.

Both have served on boards of environmental organizations.   Concern for the sustainability of Hawaii and our planet has led them to work to reduce their carbon footprint and lead by example.

Duane, together with Chuck “Doc” Burrows and others, are proposing a Sustainability Action Committee to be based here at Pohai Nani.  He will share his ideas and is inviting you to share yours.  Interested community members are welcome.

1:30 Adjourn

Friday, September 15, 2017

Monday September 25 Program: Rep. Mizuno remarks and Q&A


PLEASE JOIN US FOR LUNCH

Monday September 25, 2017 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Miyama Main Hall, Harris United Methodist Church, Nuuanu Ave. & South Vineyard Blvd.
Ample parking—driveway off Nuuanu Ave.

TOPIC: Rep. John Mizuno, Chair of the newly created House Committee on Health and Human Services. Representative Mizuno will chair this important committee that covers a wide range of health and human service issues.

On Rep. Mizuno's agenda will be Ensuring Consumer Protection for Vulnerable Seniors, Preparing for possible Federal cuts in funds to Hawaii, Listening to the issues and priorities of senior advocates, and answering our questions. Find out about the current efforts to prevent existing licensed care homes from dropping their licenses and thus operating beyond the State’s authority to protect residents.

Agenda:

11:30 Luncheon (optional): Various Pizzas, Salad, and Dessert—$5.00 Donation

11:45 Welcome, Introductions and Remarks, Jim Shon, Interim President

12:00 Rep. Mizuno remarks and Q&A.

1:00 Adjourn

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Monday, August 28, 2017 program: “Fighting back against injustice, the battle for condo owners' rights”

PLEASE JOIN US FOR LUNCH

Monday, August 28, 2017:

“Fighting back against injustice, the battle for condo owners' rights

11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Miyama Main Hall, Harris United Methodist Church
Nuuanu Ave. and S. Vineyard Blvd.−Ample parking−driveway off Nuuanu Ave

Agenda:

11:30 Luncheon (optional): Various Pizzas, Salad, and Dessert—$5.00 Donation

11:55 Welcome, Introductions and Remarks

12:00 Program: Panel discussion: “Fighting back against injustice, the battle for condo owners'
rights

Representatives of government and the legal community are invited panelists. And representatives of the condo community, including condo management, association board directors, and owners, will also participate. It should be a lively discussion!

1:00 Adjourn

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Kokua Council Windward: Thursday, August 10, 2017: “Alzheimers’: The Caregiver’s Perspective: From diagnosis to saying the long goodbye”

Pohai Nani, Club Room, 2nd Floor,
45-090 Namoku Street, Kaneohe

COMMUNITY WELCOME

Agenda:

11:30 (Optional) — Buffet Lunch in Dining Room, $11. Reservation and Information: Samuel Cox (808) 779-3606 or revsamuelcox@gmail.com or Richard Miller 254-1796.

12:30 Program: Pearl Johnson: “Alzheimers’: The Caregiver’s Perspective: From diagnosis to saying the long goodbye”

1:30 Adjourn

Monday, July 24, 2017 Program: House Speaker Scott K. Saiki

PLEASE JOIN US FOR LUNCH

Monday, June 26, 2017: House Speaker Scott K. Saiki

11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Miyama Main Hall, Harris United Methodist Church
Nuuanu Ave. and S. Vineyard Blvd.−Ample parking−driveway off Nuuanu Ave

Agenda:

11:30 Luncheon (optional): Various Pizzas, Salad, and Dessert—$5.00 Donation

11:55 Welcome, Introductions and Remarks

12:00 Program: Rep. Scott K. Saiki

Rep. Scott K. Saiki represents District 26, the urban Honolulu areas of McCully, Kaheka, Kakaako, and
Downtown. He was first elected in 1996 and named Majority Leader in 2013. He became Speaker in the
2017 legislative session.

Representative Saiki was born in Honolulu. He Received his B.A. from the University of Hawaii at
Manoa, and his J.D. from the University of Hawaii at Manoa's William S. Richardson School of Law.

In addition to being a state representative, Saiki is a lawyer in private practice.]

1:00 Adjourn

Monday, June 19, 2017

Monday, June 26 Program: “Mental Health Issues Facing Seniors”

PLEASE JOIN US FOR LUNCH

Monday, June 26, 2017: “Mental Health Issues Facing Seniors”

11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Miyama Main Hall, Harris United Methodist Church
Nuuanu Ave. and S. Vineyard Blvd.−Ample parking−driveway off Nuuanu Ave

Agenda:

11:30 Luncheon (optional): Various Pizzas, Salad, and Dessert—$5.00 Donation

11:55 Welcome, Introductions and Remarks

12:00 Program: Dr. Mark A. Fridovich: Mental Health Issues Facing Seniors

Dr. Mark A. Fridovich is Administrator of the Hawaii Department of Health Adult Mental Health Division. He served as the Administrator of the Hawaii State Hospital (HSH) from August 2006 to the February 2013, at the end of the multiple-decade long US Department of Justice involvement with HSH and AMHD. Dr. Fridovich is also (Adjunct) Assistant Professor, University of Hawaii, John A. Burns School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry. He is a doctoral level licensed psychologist and holds a Masters degree in public administration from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.

1:00 Adjourn

Friday, May 12, 2017

May 24, 2017–11th Annual “The Good, Bad and the Ugly” post-legislative forum

There is no regular meeting in May. Instead:

Please join us for the 11th Annual Post Legislative Forum

"The Good, Bad, and the Ugly"


Sponsored by the Hawaii Alliance for Retired Americans (HARA) and Kokua Council

Wednesday, May 24, 2017 8:30 am to noon at the State Capitol, Room 325

Cost: Free A continental breakfast and light lunch will be provided.

 

Invited Speakers include:

Senator Ronald Kouchi, Senate President
Senator Jill Tokuda
Senator Will Espero
Senator Rosalyn Baker
Senator Josh Green
Senator Les Ihara, Jr.

Representative Joseph Souki, House Speaker
Representative Sylvia Luke
Representative Gregg Takayama
Representative Scott Saiki
Representative Dee Morikawa
Representative Delia Au Belatti

Shining Light Awards” will be presented to individuals who have contributed to advancing issues in the Legislature and the community of senior advocates in the legislative process.

To reserve a space,
please RSVP by calling 722-9937 or email: wongj060@hawaii.rr.com.

The Legislative Review is a forum to hear from legislators about how senior issues fared this session and to allow attendees to share issues and concerns that may be considered in the 2018 Legislative Session and beyond.

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Kokua Council Windward RESCHEDULED from May 11–> June 8

Due to illness of our speaker, our Kokua Council Windward Program scheduled for Thursday May 11th is cancelled.   The program will be rescheduled for Thursday, June 8th.