Camp `Olelo Hawaii
Ka Honua Momona News Release
‘Auhea ‘oukou e nā makamaka o Moloka’i Nui a Hina. Eia ‘o Ka Honua Momona e ‘imi nei i nā ‘ohana hoihoi i ka ‘ōlelo a me ka lawai’a. E mālama ‘ia ana kekahi papahana lawai’a ma o ka ‘ōlelo Hawai’i ma ka lā 26 o Iune a hiki i ka lā 2 o Iulai.
Ka Honua Momona, in partnership with Hawaii Marine Program Conservation International, is pleased to offer a free Hawaiian language Lawai`a Ohana Camp to our Molokai ohana. The camp will teach the protocols and policies of pono fishing, and be held from Sunday evening, June 26 through Saturday evening, July 2. The program will be hosted at Ali’i fishpond with excursions to other areas of the island. Space is limited! Deadline for camp participants and positions is Friday, June 10.
Interested participants must:
• have an interest in the language and culture
• have at least two generations of family members attending (one adult)
• commit to participate for the duration of the camp (over-night camp)
We are also seeking applicants for our Kumu ‘Olelo Hawaii and Site Coordinator positions. Both positions require fluency of Hawaiian language and job-related skills.
Please contact Kilia Purdy-Avelino, Program Coordinator, to request applications at 553-8353 or KHMcaller@gmail.com.