Kuulei Bell and Sol Kaho‘ohalahala, a member of theæ‘Ohana board of directors who has family at Kalaupapa.

A Message from our President

“I am so proud to be a part of Ka ‘Ohana O Kalaupapa. This organization is wonderful – it’s not just patients, but it’s family members and people who have supported us for so many years. We are one ‘ohana, working together to make life better for the patients and to preserve the history so people in the future will remember those who have passed on. We have to remember the history of all of us who were sent here, we have to remember the families who we had to leave and the families who might not even know about us. I hope this organization grows and becomes even stronger, and that more people learn about their family members at Kalaupapa.”

— Kuulei Bell

Kalaupapa postmistress and leader of the Kalaupapa Mormon community who was taken from her family and admitted to Hale Mohalu in 1950 and sent to Kalaupapa in xxxx.

(above) Elaine Remigio celebrates at the National Women’s Hall of Fame. Elaine was one of several women from Kalaupapa who were placed into the Hall of Fame’s “Book of Lives and Legacies” in 2002.


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