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Kaho`omiki continues to proudly
manage Aloha State Games, Fun 5
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Since 2003, students at A Plus
after school sites across the
state have enjoyed Fun 5 [...]

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

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The Hawaii Senior Olympics
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2014 Hawaii Senior Olympics

Posted by Kahoomiki

Please join us!

TO REGISTER PLEASE CLICK HERE.

November 7, 2014 at 6 pm

Track & Field: All Events Other Than Throwing

(Short hurdles, 100, 50, 400, 800, 200 plus long jump, high jump, triple jump and pole vault)
University of Hawaii Track, Honolulu

ALL AGES WELCOME
COMPETITION ARRANGED IN 5-YEAR AGE GROUPS
REGISTRATION – $30 PER PERSON, INCLUDES SHIRT
Awards: Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals in each age group.

Registration Deadline: November 6, 2014
For More Information contact Mark Zeug at markzeug@gmail.com
Organized by Hawaii Senior Games Association And the Hawaii Association of USATF

November 8, 2014 at 4 pm

Track & Field: Throwing Events

(Shotput, discus, javelin)
University of Hawaii Track, Honolulu

ALL AGES WELCOME
COMPETITION ARRANGED IN 5-YEAR AGE GROUPS
REGISTRATION – $30 PER PERSON, INCLUDES SHIRT
Awards: Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals in each age group.

Registration Deadline November 6, 2014
For More Information contact Mark Zeug at markzeug@gmail.com
Organized by Hawaii Senior Games Association And the Hawaii Association of USATF

November 9, 2014 at 7 am

10K Road Race

Kapiolani Park (Check-in 6 to 6:45 am)

ALL AGES WELCOME

COMPETITION ARRANGED IN 5-YEAR AGE GROUPS
REGISTRATION – $30 PER PERSON
Awards: Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals in each age group.

Registration Deadline November 7, 2014
Organized by Hawaii Senior Games Association and Mid Pacific Road Runners Club

November 11, 2014 at 10 am Warm-up, 11 am start

Swimming: Char & Fred Tester Seniors/Masters Open

Central Oahu Regional Park

OPEN TO ALL COMPETITORS 30 OR MORE YEARS OF AGE
COMPETITION ARRANGED IN 5-YEAR AGE GROUPS
REGISTRATION – $30 PER PERSON
Awards: Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals in each age group.

Registration Deadline November 7, 2013
Entry Fee: $30 for up to five events, not including relay. Fee covers Venue Rental, Insurance, Polo Shirt, Awards, Meet Expenses

Short Course Events Offered, in order of competition: 200IM, 50 Free, 100 Breast, 50 Back, 100 Fly, 200 Breast, 100 Free, 500 Free; 20 Minute Break; 50 Fly, 100 Back, 50 Breast, 200 Free, 100 IM, 200 Back, 200 Medley Relay (Extra event, teams can be made up on-site).
Organized by the Hawaii Senior Games Association

November 15, 2014 at 9 am

3 on 3 Basketball

Manoa Valley District Park

A fun tournament for seniors 50 or more years of age, being held in conjunction with the ESPN/University of Hawaii Diamond Head Classic. Three mornings of 3-on-3 basketball — then watch the UH, plus Akron, Oregon State, St. Marys, South Carolina, and others (go to UH Athletics for more details). Tournament teams made up on site based on who shows up that day — hoping for enough players to make three or four teams in the 50+ age group and a similar number for the 65+ or 70+ age group. Games will be two 15-minute halves, running time, National Senior Games Association rules. Pagoda Hotel accommodations available for about $100 per nite, being held by tournament organizer. Possible appearance as exhibition game during ESPN’s Diamond Head Classic.

ALL PLAYERS 50 AND ABOVE WELCOME COMPETITION ARRANGED IN AGE GROUPS DEPENDING ON NUMBER OF REGISTRATIONS – TEAM ASSIGNMENTS ARRANGED AT TOURAMENT.
REGISTRATION – $30 PER PERSON, INCLUDES SHIRT

For more information, contact Mark Zeug at markzeug@gmail.com

November 16, 2014 at 8 am check-in, 9 am start

Bowling

Hickam Bowling Lanes

Singles, Doubles, Mixed Doubles
REGISTRATION – $30 PER PERSON

OPEN TO ALL PERSONS 30+ YEARS OF AGE
$35 Walk Up Registration
Awards: Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals in each group.
Registration Deadline November 14, 2013
Partners must register individually.

Questions: e-mail Mel Matsumura at mel.matsumura@navy.mil

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2014 is a Qualifying Year for the National Senior Games, presented by Humana, which will be held in Minneapolis/St. Paul.  More information on the 2015 games can be found on the NSGA.com website.

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Hawaii Senior Olympics – Tennis Results -

August 16 & 17; 23 & 24, 2014

2014 Hawaii Senior Olympics Tennis Results



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2014 Aloha State Games! Mahalo to all our participants!

Posted by Kahoomiki

Aloha State Games 10K Results – June 15, 2014

2014 Aloha State Games 10K Results

Aloha State Games Weightlifting Results – June 21, 2014

2014 Aloha State Games Weightlifting Results

Aloha State Games Action Pistol Results – June 7 and 8, 2014

2014 Aloha State Games Action Pistol Results

Aloha State Games Swim Meet Results – June 28, 2014

2014 Aloha State Games Swim Meet Results

Aloha State Games Track and Field Results – July 18 and 19, 2014

2014 Aloha State Games Track and Field Results


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Hawaii Afterschool! and Out-of-School Partners Summit Highlights

Posted by Kahoomiki

On March 13, 2013, the first statewide Afterschool and Out-of-school Partners Summit was held in Honolulu, Hawaii. The goals of the summit were to: inform participants about local and national issues; to (re) inspire stakeholders about the
importance of afterschool programs and out-of-school time; and to get input from stakeholders on shaping Hawaii’s first afterschool and out-of-school network.

View the Highlights Document here


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The Hawaii 5210 Let’s Go! Keiki Fun Run was fantastic!

Posted by Kahoomiki

A sincere thanks to each of you for your contribution to this year’s Hawaii 5210 Let’s Go! Keiki Run! The kids and their families enjoyed a high energy morning focused on the Hawaii 5210 message of health and wellness, all while raising much needed funds for our island’s school programs. We had a total of 1,470 registrants and an approximately $22,000 donation for our schools.

We would like to thank:

• Kaiser Permanente – Mahalo for serving as presenting sponsor and continuing your support of this event. Your investment in our keiki is much appreciated.
• UHA – Mahalo for your continued support as a sponsor.
• Hawaii 5210, Let’s Go! and team – Terrific partnership to bring awareness to Hawaii 5210.
• Great Aloha Run team – Thank you for the partnership.
• McDonald’s Restaurants of Hawaii, Meadow Gold Dairies, Junior League of Honolulu, Capital One 360 and Armstrong Products – Thank you for your generous donation to the healthy breakfast. Lani Moo and Friends and Ronald McDonald were a hit with the kids.
• Surfvivor Media – Great T-shirts. Thank you.
• Hastings & Pleadwell team – Your PR support is so appreciated. As a result of your efforts, we were able to advance the Hawaii 5210 message and encourage registrations. Our sincere thanks for taking our event on.
• McKinley High School team – Phenomenal brigade of 100+ volunteers! The kids were an immense help.
• HAHPERD – Thank you for handling very important aspects of this event. Your partnership is vital to the event. Mahalo!
• UH Food Science & Human Nutrition Council team – Thanks for handling the breakfast distribution and for providing our fruit suits.
• Mid-Pacific Road Runners Club – Mahalo for stepping in to assist in such a large way.
• Hawaii Child Nutrition Programs – Thanks for your valuable help.
• E Ola Koa, KES Dance Fitness Team and Street Jamz WeRkOuT and the Hawaii 5210 dancers – The energy was palpable and such a big part of the event’s success. Thank You!
• YMCA of Honolulu – Thanks for helping out with the pre-run chores, during the race and for your support.
• Kapiolani Community College, Culinary School – Mahalo for serving on the advisory committee.
• Dr. Wee – Mahalo for doing media interviews and assisting during the day of the event.
• Kahoomiki Board Members – Thanks for all your support and advice.
• UH Women’s Track Team – thanks for guiding the little ones through the course and cheering them on.
• PSE: Pacific Sporting Events – Thanks for the wonderful online registration.
• City and County of Honolulu, Honolulu Police Department and Department of Transportation Services- Your support made this run a completely safe and fun event.
• Mehana Oriana Muranaka – Mahalo for your beautiful voice, the National Anthem and Hawai`i Pono`î were very special.
• Augie T. – Thank you for being part of this celebration. You really got things moving.
• Keala Peters – Many, many thanks for your leadership and making the Keiki Run a fantastic event.


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National Dance Week! Sept 29-Oct 6

Posted by Kahoomiki

National Dance Week Hawaii is back for its 4th year BIGGER and BETTER!  This year we are offering online pre-registration discounts and NDW-Hawaii All-Access Passes (online only).  Take advantage of these discounts and join us for a week of dance fun! www.NDW-Hawaii.com


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2013 Hawaii Physical Activity & Nutrition Summit

Posted by Kahoomiki

The 2013 Hawaii Physical Activity & Nutrition Summit is coming up on May 23-24, 2013. Join us at the Hilton Waikiki Prince Kuhio Hotel to talk about “Good Health: Good Policy.”


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Kaho’omiki in Motion!

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Check out how we are doing in the community!




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Martial Arts Schoolfest

Posted by Kahoomiki

Join us on Sunday, April 7th as we work with martial arts schools from all over ‘Oahu to exhibit and appreciate the traditions and disciplines of Martial Arts. This event will provide support for the continuance as $5 from each registration we be donated to a designated martial arts school. $20 per registration gets you..an event t-shirt, an official Aloha State Games medallion, and more!


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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.