Kaho`omiki continues to proudly
manage Aloha State Games, Fun 5
and the Senior Olympics[...]


Since 2003, students at A Plus
after school sites across the
state have enjoyed Fun 5 [...]



The Aloha State Games are an
Olympic-style multi-sports
festival for Hawaii’s athletes [...]


The Hawaii Senior Olympics
is a multi-sport event for men
and women 50 years [...]


Hawaii Senior Olympics Tennis Tournament

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Mahalo – 2016 Keiki Great Aloha Run

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The 2016 Keiki Great Aloha Run a 1.5 mile  run around the Neal Blaisdell Center started with a bang and ended with 2,600 kids, parents and supporters crossing the Finish Line.   This year’s run raised $34,500 that will benefit the fitness and nutrition programs at 115 Oahu schools.

This event could not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors, fabulous community partners and awesome volunteers.  While not a complete listing, we would like to say “Thank You” to the following:

  • Kaiser Permanente – For being the Presenting Sponsor of the 2016 Keiki Great Aloha Run. Your past and continued support of this initiative for “Healthy Kids, Healthy Families and Healthy Schools” is greatly appreciated.
  • Hawaii 5210, Let’s Go – For supporting the education and awareness of healthy eating and physical activity through the Hawaii 5210 messaging.
  • Carole Kai Charities – For the partnership and overarching support of the Great Aloha Run.  Special thanks to Claire and Brent.
  • Kokua Hawaii Foundation – Your providing of a water station and donation of compostable cups, reusable tote bags and reusable bamboo sporks, added important environmental messages to our participants to be plastic-free and take care of the “aina.”
  • Meadow Gold Dairies For donating milk, juice and yoghurts.  This generous donation supported our messaging of eating healthy.
  • Whole Foods Market Your donation of bananas was the perfect compliment in our breakfast bags.
  • Clif Kids Your donation of Clif Kids bars was a nutritional treat that brought smiles to youthful faces.
  • HAHPERD – For the support of your members in staffing the Packet Pickup and T-shirt distribution.  Your active partnership is vital to the event.
  • U.H. Food Science & Human Nutrition Council team – For the support of your members in preparing the nutritious breakfast bags.  FANTASTIC!
  • McKinley High School Athletic Teams and Cheerleading squad – For the many hands to help with set-up, serve as course marshals, and cheer on the runner.  Go Tigers!
  • YMCA of Honolulu – For collating and preparing the packets – many Thanks to the members of the Tai Chi classes.  For unfolding the tote bags the teens in Club Mid.  Your many helping hands made a huge task doable!  Mahalo to the Metropolitan YMCA for helping to promote the event.  Mahalo to Chris Aoki for his graphics skills that created this year’s logo.
  • Kama’aina Kids For sharing the Keiki Corner at Living 808 with the Keiki Run.
  • City and County of Honolulu, Honolulu Police Department and Department of Transportation Services For your support in ensuring the safety of our participants.
  • Keiki Run Planning Committee Members – Your attention to all the pre-event planning details resulted in a safe, smooth and successful event.
  • Kahoʻomiki Board Members – Mark Zeug and Donna Ede for your stellar engagement in all phases.  Diane Tabangay for providing us with meeting space and coordinating the Y’s teens. Colby Takeda for photographing the event.  Anna Koethe for coordinating the press releases.  Paula Adams for managing the stage activities.
  • Anna Koethe – A terrific job in coordinating the press releases.
  • Hawaii Child Nutrition Programs – Thanks for your ongoing support and guidance.
  • E Ola Koa, KES Dance Fitness Team – Your warm-ups for the runners was high octane.
  • PSE: Pacific Sporting Events – Your responsive assistance with the online registrations made for a 5-star experience.
  • Surfvivor Media – Pete and crew – the t-shirts look great!
  • Colby Takeda – “A picture says a thousand words” and your photos to capture the event were terrific.
  • Augie T. – Thank you for again emceeing this event. You really got things moving.
  • Mahealani Sims Tulba “Mahea” – Mahalo for sharing your beautiful voice and gracing the run with the National Anthem and Hawai`i Ponoʻî and for bringing B.R.A.V.E. Hawaii mascot with you to the Keiki Run.
  • Joan Davis - Mahalo for all you do… your experience is invaluable.
  • Kyllie and Anna, Hawaii 5210 interns for staffing the Volunteer Check-in table.
  • Debra Shiraishi-Pratt and Asia Engle – Mahalo for your leadership, we couldn’t have done it without you.
  • And the biggest MAHALO to all our participants – kids, parents, and school coordinators!  Thank you for lacing up your shoes and supporting Oahu’s schools.


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2016 Keiki Run Packet Pick-Up

The Running Room
819 Kapahulu Avenue

Saturday, February 6 from 12 noon to 5 p.m.
Sunday, February 7 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

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2016 Keiki Great Aloha Run

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To register please click here.

Click here to download a mailing registration form.

School TeamIt’s easy to get your school ready and running.  Download a school information packet here:

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2015 Aloha State Games

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Thanks for participating in the 2015 Aloha State Games!!!

Click here for the 2015 Aloha State Games results.

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Aloha State Games – Track and Field Meet

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Track and Field Meet
University of Hawaii, July 17 and 18, 2015

Click here to register!

Categories – Track Events:

  • Long jump
  • Triple jump
  • High jump
  • Pole vault
  • 100 meters
  • 200 meters
  • 400 meters
  • 800 meters
  • 1500 meters
  • 3000 meters (for girls – starting with yellow through adult women; and boys yellow and blue)
  • 5000 meters (for boys and men, starting with orange and above)
  • Short hurdles (80/100/110)
  • 1,500 racewalk
  • Long hurdles (200/400)
  • 4 x 100 relay
  • 4 x 400 relay
  • Ohana relay (family members only)

Divisions: Youth participation is determined by birth year, as follows:

Year Born      Wrist Band Color

2009 or later     Red (RE)

2007 or 2008    Purple (PU)

2005 or 2006    Green (GR)

2003 or 2004    Yellow (YE)

2001 or 2002    Blue (BL)

1999 or 2000    Orange (OR)

1997 or 1998     White (WH)

Open and Masters division determined by age on July 17, 2015.

Categories – Throwing Events:

  • Shot Put
  • Discus
  • Javelin (Open and masters only)

Divisions (by color): Red, Purple, Green, Yellow, Blue, Orange, White, Open (age 19-29).

Masters – Age 30-34; 35-39; 40-44; 45-49; 50-54; 55-59; 60-64; 65-69; 70-74; 75-79; 80-84; 85-89; 90-94; 95-99, 100+

Males and females in separate divisions.

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Aloha State Games-Senior Olympics Pickleball

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Tournament to take place Friday-Sunday, July 10-12 at the Holua Tennis and Pickleball Center in Kona.  Competition starts at 8:00 each day.

Please click here for Information and Registration Forms.

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Our Mission Statement

To actively support and encourage lifelong healthy lifestyles through physical activity, good nutrition, and community and social interaction, to enhance the quality of life for all Hawai`i residents.

Financial Limitations

Kaho`omiki is a small non-profit with limited resources, and therefore limits its payments primarily to direct costs – a maximum flat rate of 1.5 percent (1.5 %) will be allowed for indirect (overhead) costs.