Kokua "Kau Kau"
An opportunity for volunteers to provide a home cooked meal for those in need. We gather twice a month (1st and 3rd Friday evening at HJSDA Church) to prepare the lunch that will be delivered on Saturday.
Love your neighbor as yourself
Denis Mee-Lee, MD, MS, CPI
Katsuya “Andy” Iizuka, MD
Bren Chun, DDS
Frequently asked questions (FAQS)
A. You need not bring anything as the program supplies a paddle , ping pong balls , table and net .
You may bring your own paddle and balls if you like .
A. You can register when you come There is also a medical waiver form that needs to be signed.
If the person is a minor, then a parent must be present to register and sign a separate waiver for their child .
A. There are 4 free standing and 3 foldable table top types available to play on.
A. Yes, all levels of skill can play and participate. The more experienced players many times can coach the ones needing help .
A. Yes, usually there are others that can partner off with you if don’t have a partner.
A. Yes, usually there are seasoned players that can help an individual learn and improve but no certified teachers .
A. Usually most players stay for 2 hours with breaks in between games.
A. We are open 4pm-8pm most Thursdays (closed on holidays and when Family Promise program is held on premises). It is busiest at the 4-7pm time slots.
A. We have a total of 6-7 tables that we can open up if needed.
A. There is no charge.