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1337 days ago

AS A NATIVE HAWAIIAN, I CALLED NHLC TO INQUIRE ABOUT THEIR PURPOSE AND ROLE. THE RECEPTIONIST GAVE ME A VERY VAGUE DESCRIPTION. AFTER OTHER INQUIRIES, THAT WERE LEFT UNANSWERED, SHE PUT ME ON HOLD FOR 10 MINUTES. THE SECRETARY OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, MOSES HAIA, GOT ON THE PHONE AND TOLD ME THAT SHE WAS NOT ABLE TO PROVIDE THAT INFO TO MY INQUIRIES ONE OF WHICH WAS HOW TO CONTACT THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF NATIVE HAWAIIAN LEGAL CORPORATION. THERE WERE MANY OTHERS - BUT SHE HUNG UP ON ME. MY QUESTION STILL REMAINS UNANSWERED - HOW IS IT POSSIBLE A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION DEDICATED TO REPRESENTING NATIVE HAWAIIANS IN LEGAL DISPUTES PROVIDE LEGAL HELP FOR ONE HAWAIIAN AND NOT FOR THE OTHER HAWAIIAN WHEN THE DISPUTE IS NOT A HAWAIIAN ISSUE? ISN'T THAT A CONFLICT & WASTE OF FINANCIAL RESOURCES THAT IS DESIGNED TO ENHANCE HAWAIIANS? ........ I AM GETTING THE FEELING OF THE "BLACK CRAB IN THE BUCKET" SYNDROME.

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1440 days ago

1. Very High rates for children; in which you pay for your childrens food on top of a fee of at least $1000 a month for child. 2. Unqualifed management Directors are not qualified, none have their degrees and were promoted from clerical work. Only teachers have degrees. 3. Temporary Teachers nearly 10 teachers have quit in last year. Is this the kind of school you want your child to be in.......

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1526 days ago

the place suxs ass there all fat ass not worth the money to send ur kid there go get book and make ur kid do it them self and u would save a lot more money then send them there to the ripe off place. they make kid go get them food cause there fat and lazy all they do is copy pages out of books and text books and make kids do them. and they never give kids the help they need instead of going to the hell whole that its not worth it send ur kid to kumon or get them a privet teacher so ur kid can the one on one help that he or she need in schooling keep away for the place cause they will ripe u off and you will be spend a arm and a leg for that place that so calles it a regular school.
(p.s.) the stuff they say that they helped there kids walk and talk is bully shit and they use it as a back bone and they really dont help and all i can say is make a good choise and dont go there




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1676 days ago

I currently live here and bring every one of our guests to this beautiful park! If you've looked at pictures of Oahu you have surely seen th...

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1688 days ago

There's not a lot of aloha at this library. If you want a federal tax form, they don't carry them. I got sent to another library and they ...

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1688 days ago

Kaimuki Public Library is a regional library, so it has a good-sized collection of about 125,000 items. But more importantly, this library ...

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1710 days ago

Makiki Christian Church Preschool should be your first choice to leave your kids when you go to work. The environment is filled with learnin...

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1731 days ago

12-2-08 Aloha, Its a must see in Honolulu, Rolling the R's at the small intimate 100 seater theater. The cast has a light and up beat tempo as they portray Kalihi 5th graders from the 70's. Yo,

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1788 days ago

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The first U.S. branch of the YMCA started in Boston in 1851; there are now more than 2,500 locations nationwide, making it the country's largest nonprofit community service program. Each YMCA reflects the community it's in, offering differing services based on the area. Most include fitness areas with aerobic equipment, classes and racquetball and tennis courts. Many also have day care and after-school programs, as well as summer day camps.

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1804 days ago

I went here and had the 5 hour package deal which included a facial, 1-hour massage, body scrub, manicure and pedicure. The facial and the ...

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