Indianapolis has been leading the way in adopting all cultures and helping those cultures grow and flourish. Today the Native Hawaiian Communities have come to Indianapolis looking for a chance to grow and flourish, so they too can help this cultural mecca in Indianapolis to become richer and stronger.
In a historic move, the Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs (AHCC), founded in 1918 and located in Honolulu, Hawai‘i, voted unanimously to charter the largest single block of Hawaiian Civic Clubs (HCC) in its history. Through hard work and determination, community leaders in the Midwest came together to form six individual Hawaiian Civic Clubs utilizing efforts to make their vision a reality; The Midwest Hawaiian Civic Club alliance brought together members based in Elmwood Park, Illinois, Indianapolis, Indiana, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Kansas City, Missouri, Sioux Falls, South Dakota and Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Native Hawaiian communities throughout the Midwest now stand together through an alliance of Hawaiian Civic Clubs in the region, poised to take the area by storm as the representatives of their culture. Additional communities in the Midwest are preparing to form more Hawaiian Civic Clubs with the assistance of positive attitudes of the pioneering leaders of the original six Midwest clubs.
Membership is: $20 for Individuals; $35 for family (with children under 18); $10 for College students – Go to our website Ke Ali`i William Charles Lunalilo Hawaiian Civic Club. – Become a part of a wonderful organization and take a very active role by joining and reaching out to lend a helping hand to the people of Indiana- Mahalo nui loa.
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