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2016 Hui Wa‘a Regatta Schedule: Revised

Date Day Event Place
May 28 Saturday  regatta Kamehameha Ke‘ehi
June 4 Saturday  regatta Manu O Ke Kai Hale‘iwa
June 11 Saturday  regatta Kalihi Kai Ke‘ehi
June 18 Saturday  regatta Windward Kai Kailua
June 25 Saturday  regatta ‘Ālapa Hoe Ke‘ehi
July 2 Saturday  Lōkahi Ke‘ehi 
July 9 Saturday  Nā Keiki O Ka Mō‘i Ma‘ili Beach 
July 16 Saturday  Waikiki Beach Boys Waikīkī 
July 23 Saturday  Hui Wa‘a Championship Ke‘ehi 
August 6 Saturday  HCRA State Championship Ke‘ehi 
 

All Hui Wa‘a regattas for 2016 will be run on Saturdays.

Keep in mind that parking and traffic may be difficult at many regatta sites. Ke‘ehi Lagoon generally has ample parking, but other locations can be very congested. Be sure to allow yourself enough time for travel and to find parking.

We have a responsibility to keep our race venues clean and in good repair. When you are setting up and taking down your tents, please make sure you do not drive on the grass, especially at Ke‘ehi Lagoon. Remember that dogs are generally not allowed on our beaches. During and after each regatta please ensure that your area is clean.

 

2016 Hui Wa‘a Bylaws & Race Rules

 
 

President: Elias “Eli” Nakahara  
Vice-President: David “Kawika” Ho  
Treasurer: Teresa “Trace” Ballesteros  
Secretary: Sandie Freitas  
Race Chair: Mark “Kalae” Chung  
Asst Race Chair: Desmond “Desi” Ishii  
Chief Recorder: Charray “Noe” Fox  
Director: Pua Ajifu  
Director: Dana Goreki  
Director: Faith Craycroft  

Nā ‘Ohana O Nā Hui Wa‘a
P. O. Box 2279
Honolulu, HI 96804

Purpose

Hui Wa‘a is organized exclusively for the following purposes:

  1. To maintain and perpetuate Hawaiian culture through the promotion of Hawaiian water sports;
  2. To teach, train, instruct, and expose children, men and women in the ancient art, craft and history of Hawaiian canoeing;
  3. To provide means and facilities for activities tending to foster the development and maintenance of strong and healthy minds, bodies and spirits among all people;
  4. To provide opportunities for the interaction and communion of people in the interest of mental and social well-being; and
  5. To promote international canoe racing competition. Hui Wa‘a is organized exclusively as a social welfare organization engaged in the promotion of an amateur sport, including for such purposes, the making of distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under Section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code.
 
Updated June 26 2016
 
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