Patio Performance: Aunty Kuulei and the Aloha Seniors
Saturday, March 16,
1:30 p.m. ONLY
Tickets None , free and open to the
public on our patio.
Born and raised on the island of Maui, Hawaii. I moved
to Los Angeles, California in 1956. I then moved to
Huntington Beach in 1969, where I raised my family. I
have been a volunteer in the Hawaiian Community for many
years. I volunteer my time teaching The Aloha Seniors in
Huntington Beach and Costa Mesa. The Aloha Seniors was
started under the organization called the Pacific
Islander Health Partnership (PIHP) in 2003. I love
sharing the hula. Teaching hula comes with many
blessings and so much Aloha.
Islander Health Partnership (PHIP), serving Native
Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders for better health and
The Aloha Seniors Hula Group is under the wing of PHIP.
Kuulei Fahilga has volunteered her time to teach the
Hula to the Aloha Seniors at the Huntington Beach and
Costa Mesa Senior Centers since 2003. The Huntington
Beach group started with 8 students and today has over
50 students. The Costa Mesa group has over 30 students.
The Aloha Seniors also volunteer their time performing
for various facilities and functions throughout the
This has all been made possible through PHIP and Kuulei
Fahilgas love for volunteering and sharing her gift of
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