Monday, December 12, 2016

Person Of The Year Award And Holiday Potluck Top Agenda For Kaneohe Neighborhood Board

Please join us for a very special meeting of the Kaneohe Neighborhood Board on Thursday, December 15. Help us honor our Person of the Year for 2016 and then join us for our annual holiday potluck.
The meeting will be held in the cafeteria of Benjamin Parker Elementary School, starting at 7 p.m. We’ll begin with our regular business agenda.
Then at about 7:45, we’ll present the Person of the Year award. This honor goes to a Kaneohe resident who sets a high standard of service and aloha for our community.
Our 2015 Person of the Year
receives her award. Join us this
week to honor our 2016 winner.
Read about last year’s winner, Patty Yamashiro-Hironaka, on our website. And prepare to be inspired by the honoree for 2016.
Shortly after the award presentation, we’ll adjourn and start the potluck. Besides tasty food, the potluck is a great opportunity to meet Neighborhood Board members, elected officials and community members. 
Also learn about our major projects and how you can become more active in our community.  Kaneohe is blessed by many organizations working to make it an even more livable community.  
You Neighborhood Board is the Community Liaison to all levels of Government (check out the minutes of our November meeting for some examples).  When you have a problem, or if you are aware of anything we can do to make Kaneohe an even better place to live, bring it to your Neighborhood Board. 
Vacant Seats & Upcoming Election: Three seats are currently open on the Board. They represent Sub-District 4, Keahala; Sub-District 8, Kapunahala; and Sub-District 12, Pikoiloa. The Board is authorized to fill vacancies by appointment. Community members may indicate their interest by contacting Board Chairman Mo Radke or by attending a Board meeting.

Also, the 2017 Neighborhood Board elections will take place April 28 through May 19. All 17 seats on our Board will be up for election. Registration forms and other information about becoming a candidate are available online.

We welcome your comments, in person and online
Please join us for all of our meetings. If you are unable to attend, you may provide testimony online and contact Neighborhood Board members directly.

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