Hale Mahaolu believes in creating a better community not only for its residents but for those who reside within the local community as well. Hale Mahaolu coordinates yearly events for residents and their families to enjoy. Some of these events include a Chinese New Year’s Celebration at Elua, St. Patrick’s Day at Ehiku, May Day at Elima, and Akahi’s Annual Tree Lighting Festival.
The development of Hale Mahaolu Ewalu Phase I, a senior rental housing complex, is under construction in the Kulamalu Community Center in Pukalani. Phase I will include a total of 38 affordable rental units (36 one-bedroom / one bath and two (2) two-bedroom / one bath), and one manager’s unit. There will also be...read more
In Hawaii, a lei is a symbol of aloha and the aloha spirit. Celebrating the beauty of the lei and what it represents has become an island tradition and continues to be celebrated on the first day of May each year. Like many other organizations, schools, and communities, Hale Mahaolu also coordinates a May...read more
Hale Mahaolu Elua celebrated its 34th annual Mochi Tsuki & Chinese New Year’s event in February 2018. In collaboration with the Elua Senior club, Elua staff and its residents traditionally prepare and sell over 800 pieces of mochi (plain, and peanut butter/chocolate). All proceeds from this sale benefit the Elua Senior Club. In addition...read more