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OHA plans monthly Kapolei outreach

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The Office of Hawaiian Affairs plans to offer services in Kapolei each month. 

The agency is launching a monthly outreach program in the West Oahu town on Monday. OHA officials also plan to return to Kapolei once a month to offer information on services including grants, scholarships, loans, and nation-building. 

It will also accept registration in the Hawaiian Registry Program on site. 

The outreach program is scheduled to be held between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. on the last Monday of each month.

OHA Community Outreach Program Manager Dirk Soma says the initiative aims to provide beneficiaries with information in a more convenient location than OHA’s downtown Honolulu headquarters. 

OHA says it’s considering holding similar outreach programs elsewhere on Oahu. The agency also has offices on each island. 

 

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