Accomplishments in 2019

2019 Events and Activities

39th ANNUAL YOUTH CONFERENCE
March 22-24, 2019
YMCA Camp Harold Erdman, Waialua, Oahu

This year, we convened 78 conference participants composed of 41 delegates, 6 program committee members, 11 barangay leaders, and 20 support staff.

Delegates represented Oahu and Big Island schools: Campbell HS, Damien School, Farrington HS, Hawaii Community College, Kapolei HS, Punahou School, Waipahu HS, UH-Hilo.

 

COLLABORATION MEETING
June 29, 2019
Leeward Community College
This meeting was attended by alumni from 1980, board members and current youth leaders to begin planning for the 40th anniversary. Enlightening and robust discussions led to several agreements:

  1. Annual Youth Conference on March 19-21, 2020 with some time for interaction among alumni, leaders, and delegates
  2. Fiesta Celebration in October 2020 to showcase our accomplishments and achievements, with alumni, family, friends, and current board members, leaders and delegates
  3. Commemorative Book to chronicle the 40 years of Sariling Gawa

 

CARWASH FUNDRAISER
Sunday, August 4, 2019
Kahala Texaco, Honolulu, HI

 

UPCOMING ACTIVITIES

PAMANTASAN CONFERENCE
Friday, October 18, 2019
Hawaii Community College, Hilo, Hawaii

SG is co-sponsoring this conference with the University of Hawaii system. SG’s role is to provide two awards (plaques) to recognize two outstanding individuals. The awards include:

•  The Dr. Niki Libarios Award will be presented to an outstanding UH faculty member.
Dr. Libarios was the Director of the Office of Student Academic Services in the College of Education at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He was a former vice president of Sariling Gawa. Dr. Libarios passed away in 2017.

•  The Dr. Julius Soria Award will be presented to an outstanding UH student.
Dr. Soria was an Assistant Professor in the College of Languages, Linguistics and Literature who taught Ilokano language and Filipino literature at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He was a former member of SG’s Board of Directors. Dr. Soria passed away in 2016.