History of Moiliili
A rich heritage at the turn of the century... a marsh-land of ponds, lotus farms, and rice fields, small shops and businesses and the stone quarry...
Queen Kamamalu and her court enjoyed summers swimming in the Kapaakea springs. Dirt trails connected wooden frame houses, burning wood heated the water for the furo. A manapua man carried his wares in baskets from a bamboo pole on his back.
The food, customs, and religions of homelands prevailed and the common interests of many for their neighborhood became molded into a strong, active, and closely knit community.
Moiliili Community Center...
born of the need to serve people, traces its roots to the founding of a Japanese language school in a private home in the late 1800's and the purchase of the present site in 1928. Founded as a council in 1942, it was formally chartered as an association in 1945, and renamed the Moiliili Community Center in 1965.
To "enriching our lives and our Moiliili Community" by providing the residents of Moiliili and surrounding communities with the support, services, and programs to enhance individual, family, and community life.
Board of Directors 2017
Announcing New Benefit for MCC members
Special discount of 10% available at One Plus One Drive Inn on a purchase of $5 or more, and Subway - Moiliili will offer a 10% discount on any sandwich/salad. Some exclusions apply to both places.
Informal Education Classes Offered Through the Moiliili Senior Center Program
The following classes are being offered through the Senior Center Program: Ribbon/Crochet Lei Making, Adult Hula Auana, Japanese/Okinawan Doll Making (Oshie and Kimekomi), and Washi Chigiri-E. For more information on these classes, please see Kaleidoscope newsletter posted in the Moiliili Senior Center Program section
2nd Vice President
Secretary / Treasurer
Board Members 2017
Board of Trustees 2017
Sidney Kanazawa, Chair
Miu Lan Oman
1st Vice President
Our hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Phone: (808) 955-1555
Fax: (808) 945-7033