Tuesday, June 25th, 2019 – You are invited to a Father Son BBQ. Join us for games, crafts, food, laughter, and fun while learning the importance of building trust, having a healthy relationship and being a positive role model.
What a novel idea! Kudos to Hale Opio on coordinating the youth health fair (Val Saiki had to pack up early since she was participating in the Wilcox Health diabetes expo Saturday) and talent show Friday night at Kukui Grove Center, where Kauai High School golf coach Alton Amimoto was having dinner with mom at Sone’s.
Join us for games, crafts, food, a tea bar, laughter, and fun while learning the importance of building trust and a healthy relationship. Tuesday, May 7, 2019. 5:30pm – 9:30pm. Lili‘uokalani Trust Kipuka Kaua‘i. 4530 Kali Rd, Lihue
WAILUA — Taylor Carvalho said you need to get your hands dirty during the ‘Ohana Fun Day and Prevention Awareness.
Tuesday, March 19th – Celebrate Youth Kauai presents Dance and Glo for middle & high school youth.
Saturday, March 30, 2019 – KekuaAloha Foundation 4th Annual Keiki Fun Day & 2nd Annual Youth “Burn Out Suicide” FireKnife Competition
Free Youth Empowerment Classes March 18th – 22nd (Spring Break Week)
Ke Kahua O Ka Malamalama presents Ohana Fund Day & Prevention Awareness.
Tuesday, March 19, 2019. 11am-3pm. Lydgate Beach Park Large Pavilion.
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From The Garden Island Newspaper By Bill Buley The Garden Island | Sunday, September 30, 2018, 12:05 a.m. LIHUE — You could say Lei Sanchez is proud of the work Hale Opio does with youth. And you would be right. But the community programs director is more...