Na `Opio O Ka `Aina - Hawai'i Club at UCI
|Category:||Peer Support (formerly known as Social/Support)|
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|Description:||Na 'Opio O Ka 'Aina which translates to "The Youth of The Land" in Hawaiian was started by a group of UCI students from Hawai'i in 1985. It's original purpose was to ease the transition from high school to college and moving away for incoming freshmen from Hawai'i. Since then, the club has evolved and now has members from all over the world, using the aloha spirit and interest in the Hawaiian and Polynesian culture as a common bond. This club is mainly a social club for different people to come together and get to know each other. However, this organization does give back to the community through its free hula performances, dance workshops, and through participating in community service events such as monthly beach clean ups.|
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