Long-Awaited Community and Cultural Center Breaks Ground in KapoleiPosted on Jul 24, 2014 in Featured, Latest News, Main
KAPOLEI — The Kapolei Community Development Corporation held a groundbreaking ceremony for the Kapolei heritage Center, which will serve as a community and cultural learning center. It will serve as a gathering place for all — for the surrounding homestead communities and the entire Kapolei community.
Lt. Governor Shan Tsutsui delivered remarks and participated in the groundbreaking ceremony. “This center will be a place for families to gather, foster self-sufficiency and practice the culture. This is where children will be nurtured with Hawaii’s unique values of aloha and ohana for generations to come,” he said.
This project is a community driven effort. For more than seven years, the KCDC and its core group of volunteers have worked tirelessly in planning for the Kapolei Heritage Center. The State contributed $1.15M in capital improvement grant funds to finance the construction of Phase I. KCDC plans to raise another $1.5M for Phase II.