Pahoa Senior Center to Reopen

The Pahoa Senior Ceter, closed since September of 2014 because of the lava crisis, will re-open on Monday, June 29. Services returning to the Center will include the Hawai‘i County Nutrition Program (HCNP), Elderly Recreation Services (ERS), Coordinated Services for the Elderly (CSE), and the P?hoa Senior Club.

The Center wad been closed in order to use the building as a temporary fire station for Lower Puna when an advancing lava flow threatened to inundate P?hoa last year.

“The Department of Parks and Recreation thanks the public for its patience and understanding while the P?hoa Senior Center was closed for emergency purposes,” read a press release announcing the re-opening.

1 reply
  1. Sara Steiner
    Sara Steiner says:

    Ok. Let’s get the keys to that and the Community Center so we can actually use them easily and at a moments notice (for approved activities only)!

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