• Lā Wahi Hānai

    Posted: August 8, 2012

    In Hawai’i and especially on the Wai’anae Coast we show respect for the ‘āina. Please join us. Why not make it a family affair? Bring the ʻohana from 8 to 10:30 a.m. every third Saturday of each month. We’ll begin with malama ‘āina (clean-up) and then move on to wā a‘o (educational time). Come prepared: dress comfortably and don’t forget a hat, sunscreen, mosquito repellent, appropriate shoes and a water bottle. And, bring something from your home to share, perhaps papaya, mango, fish, kalo, a song or a story.

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  • Reading is “FUN”damental with INPEACE’s Keiki Steps Program!

    May 19, 2012

    Getting ready for the first day of school is an exciting (and sometimes scary) time in a keiki’s life. It’s more than just a new experience, it’s a milestone and preparing for it can mean the difference between tears and a smile.


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  • Lā Wahi Hānai

    April 9, 2012

    Much of the world recognizes Earth Day during the month of April. But in Hawai‘i, every day is Earth Day! Native Hawaiians take great pride in respecting, protecting and maintaining the ‘Ᾱina. Join members of your community for Lā Wahi Hānai, a special clean up and educational experience, Saturday, April 9 at Kupu Ola Nānākuli Elementary School.


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  • INPEACE Wins "Best Places to Work in Hawai'i" for the Second Time

    February 12, 2012

    This year marks the second time that INPEACE has been recognized on the esteemed list of Hawai‘i Business “Best Places to Work”. The recognition was a result of an employee survey that showed a high level of overall satisfaction.


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