KA 'ELELE O KA MALUAHI
Our Newsletter is called "Ka Elele O Ka Maluahi".
The Hawaiian word "Elele" means to bring a message and refers to the ancient
runners who use to travel the trails of Hawaii delivering messages for the island Alii
(royalty). "Ahi" means fire and "Maluahi" means to protect from fire. We
encourage you to send any newsworthy information, which might be of interest to our members;
this includes: promotions, retirements, transfers, change of employment, articles which are
relevant, which you have come across. By contributing, you are providing a valuable service
to your fellow chapter members.
Electronic versions (PDF) of the following past editions of Ka Elele O Ka Maluahi are available by request.
Volume 9, Number 1 March 2001
Volume 9, Number 2 November 2001
Volume 10, Number 1 July 2003
Volume 11, Number 1 March 2004
Volume 12, Number 1 June 2005
SFPE Hawaii Chapter news is now provided through the Wiliki O Hawaii, the monthly newsletter
of the Hawaii Council of Engineering Societies, through this website, and by email to our membership.
Wiliki O Hawaii and email are sent to SFPE Hawaii members and chapter friends. To join SFPE Hawaii as
a member or chapter friend, please visit the Membership section of this website.
To contribute news or information of interest to our members, please contact our Newsletter Editor :
Mr. Sam Dannaway, Hawaii SFPE Chapter Newsletter Editor
c/o S. S. Dannaway Associates, Inc.
720 Iwilei Road, Suite 412 Honolulu, Hawaii, 96817
Tel: (808) 526-9019, Fax: (808) 537-5385