Free Money for the Club
Taxes, nobody likes them, but we have to do them. H & R Block will donate $20 to the club for each new client referred from our organization. Download the flyer from the link above and bring it into an H & R Block or do your taxes online. When asked about a referring organization, enter our Nonprofit Referral ID: 40010001097042.
Thank you in advance.
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Ka Mamala Hoe Canoe Club, based out of Keehi Lagoon was established 14 years ago as a community based outrigger paddling club by Scott Thompson and Russell Swaney. A 501c was created for the club in 2007 and is run by a board of directors. The clubs mission is to be of service to the community, celebrate and support family, and perpetuate culture.
Malama Na Koa presents the 1st Annual Service Warrior Regatta at Ke'ehi Lagoon on Sunday, January 19, 2020. Teams consist of 5 - 9 members, steers people will be provided. Cost is $360 per team and can either be paid online at our Square store or by check. Checks should be made out to Kamamalahoe Canoe Club and submitted during the registration meeting at Ke'ehi Lagoon on January 16 from 1700 - 1800. Registration is required before race day. Race course will consist of quarter mile, half mile, and one mile races. Team registration fee covers all races and includes lunch.
If you have any questions, please email Kamamalahoe.firstname.lastname@example.org
Please feel free to download and distribute copies of the flyer.
Service Warrior Regatta Brochure
Adult Paddling training and competition preperation
Youth Paddling are also offered for both boys and girls.
We proudly support and welcome wounded and injured Soldiers and Verterans of all branches of services who have transitioned out of the Military.
KaMamalahoe Canoe Club and Foundation offers a comprehensive bystander CPR and AED training and certification program. Training sessions are 2 hours duration.
Mamalahoe – Law of the Splintered Paddle
Guaranteed the safety of the highways to all, be they men, women, children, sick, or aged.
We take this law to heart in the club, in that we feel that our club is a safe and nurturing place for all who want to paddle and everyone is welcome.
We also want to perpetuate the club in living by some simple principles.
Imi`ike – to seek knowledge
Pono – to be moral and proper
Malama – to care for each other
Laulima – to work cooperatively
Lokomaika`i – to share
Ha`aha`a – to be humble
Na`au pono – to possess a deep sense of justice
If we take these principles and incorporate them into our everyday lives, we can then look at ourselves and say that we live as Hawaiians.
As a member of Ka Mamalahoe Canoe Club, I promise to live up to these principles and perpetuate them to the best of my abilities.
41-052 HIHIMANU ST.,
WAIMANALO, HI. 96795