Notices

Annual Membership Meeting

05.10.2010 0

Please join us in the Hale Waa for Hawaiian Canoe Club’s Annual General Membership Meeting on Monday, May 23, at 5:00pm.   All current and past members are welcome.

Let’s come together to kick off the regatta season, meet paddlers and coaches and talk about upcoming events, including the HCRA State Championships in August.  Members can also pay dues and collect their 2011 HCC handbooks.

The mission of Hawaiian Canoe Club is to perpetuate and preserve the art of Hawaiian canoe paddling by providing an environment rooted in traditional Hawaiian values that promotes personal growth , character development, and achievement in physical fitness.

Maui Invitational Keiki Regatta Results

03.01.2010 0

2010 RESULTS

Regatta Results

Novice B Girls
1. Hawaiian                          3.37.87
2. Kai Heo                            3.44.13
3. Hawaiian unoffical     4.02.27

Novice B Boys
1. Hawaiian            3.02.40
2. Keahiakahoe    3.18.97

Novice B Mix
1. Hawaiian # 1     3.03.28
2. Kai Heo               3.17.05
3. Keahiakahoe    3.24.76
4. Hawaiian # 3    3.45.16
5. Hawaiian # 2    3.47.28

Novice A Girls
1. Hawaiian             2.39.35
2. Kai Heo               2.40.60
3. Alapa Hoe           2.41.51
4. Na Kai Ewalu    3.03.45
5. Pulama Hoe       3.05.80
6. Keahiakahoe     3.15.38

Novice A Boys
1. Pulama Hoe         2.28.72
2. Hawaiian # 1       2.29.20
3. Alapa Hoe            2.45.17
4. Keahiakahoe       2.46.76
5. Hawaiian # 2        2.48.18
6. Ka Mamalahoe    3.29.38

Novice A Mix
1. Hawaiian # 1            2.21.53
2. Alapa Hoe                 2.26.75
3. Hawaiian # 2           2.33.55
4. Pulama Hoe # 2     2.36.07
5. Na Kai Ewalu           2.41.59
6. Keahiakahoe           2.49.87
7. Pulama Hoe             2.50.34
8. Kai Heo                      3.03.71

JV Girls
1. Hawaiian # 1        2.11.40
2. Alapa Hoe # 1     2.17.93
3. Keahiakahoe       2.22.77
4. Hawaiian # 2      2.28.52
5. Kamamalahoe    2.31.15
6. Keola o ke kai    2.37.11
7. Keola o ke kai    2.44.89

JV Boys
1. Hawaiian # 1      2.04.67
2. Keahiakahoe      2.06.35
3. Na Kai Ewalu     2.09.35
4. Keola o ke kai    2.14.98
5. Keola o ke kai    2.24.85
6. Hawaiian # 2     2.35.34
7. Pulama Hoe      2.49.54

JV Mix
1. Hawaiian 1               2.18.85
2. Kamamalahoe        2.23.30
3. Hawaiian 2              2.27.95
4. Keola o ke kai 2    2.32.13
5. Keahiakahoe          2.35.73
6. Na Kai Ewalu 2      2.40.71
7. Na Kai Ewalu 1      2.43.09
8. Kai Heo                    2.44.43

Varsity Girls
1. Hawaiian             5.15.43
2. Alapa Hoe          5.29.56
3. Keahiakahoe    5.42.20
4. Kai Heo              6.02.24
5. Pulama Hoe    10.15.02

Varstiy Boys
1. Keahiakahoe 1    4.01.49
2. Hawaiian              4.29.12
3. Na Kai Ewalu      4.48.22
4. Keola o ke kai    4.59.79
5. Keahiakahoe       DNF

Varsity Mix
1. Keahiakahoe     4.24.44
2. Hawaiian             4.34.41
3. Na Kai Ewalu     5.01.21
4. Na Kai Ewalu    5.12.01
5. Keola o ke kai    5.13.94
6. Pulama Hoe       5.34.44

OC-2 Results

Novice B OC-2
1. Hawaiian                 3.01.01    Hi’ilei Lu’uwai & Roman George
2. Keahiakahoe         3.02.00    Kyla Kawela & Dustin Rosario
3. Pu Lama Hoe        3.25.23    Alexandrite Edayan & Marcello Edayan
4. Ka Mamalahoe    3.33.99    Taiana Orenellas & Nahono Bayne-Omai
5. Alapa Hoe              3.42.04    Camille Ladesma & Primo Mateo

Novice A OC-2
1. Alapa Hoe              2.36.91    Britini Abrigo & Ryan Sanford
2. Hawaiian               2.41.61    Mogul Lu’uwai & Mikaela McDaniel
3. Keola o ke kai     2.49.08    Taylor Hanso & Roson La’a Dayton
4. Hawaiian 2           2.49.87    Tressie Ostermiller & Ariel Elfman
5. Keahiakahoe       2.55.60    Asia Igafo & Jonah Smith
6. Pu Lama Hoe       3.00.07    Taylor Basuel & Tevita Feiloakitau
7. Ka Mamalahoe    3.12.72    Cheyanne Courtney & Issac Faurot

JV Mix OC-2
1. Hawaiian             2.28.24    Angelique Fontaine & Xaiver Leon
2. Hawaiian             2.34.63    Kara Frampton & Flo Michelier
3. Keahiakahoe     2.39.43    Kori Palencia & Uli’I McFadden
4. Pu Lama Hoe    2.44.26    Rheani Longakit & Abiji Meheula
5. Alapa Hoe           2.47.06    Ashlen Kinilau & T.J. Bajaran
6. Keahiakahoe      2.48.55    Taisha Correra & Delson Smith
7. Keola o ke kai    3.05.39    Nicole Romano & Dustin Dayton

Varsity Mix OC-2
1. Keahiakahoe          2.10.53    Rachel Kincaid & Kalei Kaho’okele
2. Keahiakahoe         2.21.78    Kiana Carvalho & Scott Kaili
3. Hawaiian                 2.28.86    Lilinoe Bal & Levi Alemeida
4. Ka Mamalahoe     2.33.25    Florybel Tangonan & Justin Layco
5. Keola o ke kai       2.45.66    Roslyn Tit Dayton & Gregory Mana Peregil
6. Pu Lama Hoe         2.48.33    Visa Nason & Raymond Gailarde
7. Ka Mamalahoe     2.49.33    Tawnie Skaggs & Thomas James Harvest-Silva

Long-Distance Results

JV Girls
1. Hawaiian                12.57.00
2. Ka Mamalahoe    13.20.00
3. Na Kai Ewalu        14.42.18

JV Boys
1. Hawaiian                  10.57.22
2. Keahiakahoe          11.33.17
3. Ka Mamalahoe      11.38.52
4. Na Kai Ewalu         11.59.65
5. Hawaiian Nov A    12.56.35

Varsity Girls
1. Hawaiian    12.49.24

Varsity Boys
1. Keahiakahoe     9.58.33
2. Hawaiian             11.08.93
3. Na Kai Ewalu    12.50.31

Mahalo to all of our Volunteers & Parents

Traditional Hawaiian Hale

02.01.2010 2

Hawaiian Canoe Club is constructing a Traditional Hawaiian Hale adjacent to the current hale.

The 50’ x 30’ hale is the largest in the State of Hawai‘i. The hale will be the piko, or center, of an intergenerational gathering place to perpetuate, preserve, and celebrate traditional Hawaiian knowledge and practices. It will meet our needs of providing a quality program for our keiki but also the opportunity to expand and improve programs that benefit the entire community. From daily hula practices to elaborate Hawaiian ceremonies and festivals, the hale will be a place for Hawaiians, non-Hawaiians, keiki, makua and kupuna to gather, share, and enjoy Hawaiian culture. Its proximity to the ocean only strengthens the hale potential to become a piko because the ocean holds a infinite amount of resources and inspiration.

The construction of this landmark project would not be possible with out the support of the Cooke Foundation, Group 70 Foundation, Dorvin D. Leis Company, Otomo Engineering, Engineering Dynamics Corporation, Peter & Judy Siracusa, The Bendon Family Foundation, Calrsmith Ball LLP, Dowling Company, Goodfellow Brothers, Hawaii Fueling Network, Jac & Susan Kean, Kent & Polli Smith, Land Tech, Manici Welch & Geiger, Maui Oil Company, Pacific Energy Management, Pete & Debbie Martin, Wailea Realty, Frampton & Ward LLC, and George Rixey.  Hale Wa’a Rendering

Click to view pictures HCC members working on the hale

Hawaiian Canoe Club Gift Tins

01.05.2009 1

100% Molokai Estate Gift Tin

Our Estate gift tin presents three 1/2 pound bags of our top-sellers from our Kualapu‘u plantation. A bag each of our Moloka‘i Island Princess, Malulani Estate, and Hawaiian Espresso – Moloka‘i Style. Experience a range of taste characteristics that can only be created from the soils of Moloka‘i – from the ‘aina. A portion of your purchase goes directly to supporting the Hawaiian Canoe Club.

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