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COVID-19 HEROS

Aloha Club Kalani Ohana (family)

A brief history on my early years under quarantine and the effects it has on me today. I woke up excited early Sunday morning to help my mom prepare for coming holidays. We lived some 35 miles away from the city at the edge of a valley area, My sister, youngest of the two girls but older than me, was at church. I heard her screaming as she burst into house “there’re bombing the city, there’re bombing the city”! The only mode of communication was the radio and the land phone. The radio barked out for all citizens to prepare for a possible invasion as bombs fell on Pearl Harbor. From that moment on our lives changed forever. Marshall Law, quarantines, blackouts, all products and meat from markets and farmer were confiscated by the military.

Young men and women of the arm forces gave up their lives to “protect the next generation”. Thus, I am the benefit of the generation saved.

Today, I’m experiencing the same crisis. Our Health and medical caregiver are on the front lines exposing theirs lives to save the next generation. Who are they?

Nurse Stephanie Toro (Joe & Leila 12 U coaches), Gary X-ray tech & wife Angie- Nurse (14-T coach), Lorena ER nurse (14-W & 14-B coach) Dr. Joana Pena (former player – C/Roy), Nunez, nurse (former player- C/Roy), Michael Knight EMT (former coach-C/Roy), Dr. Silva (former parent- C/Roy), my daughter, Nurse, her daughter (CNA) and son (phlebotomist) and many more that I had the honor to coach. The next generation is our players, daughters, sons, grandchildren and the unborn.

Players and parents join us to THANK our COVID-19 HEROS on Wednesday June 3, 2020, at the St. Elizabeth Church’s parking lot 1500 34th Ave, Oakland, CA, from 4 to 7pm to sign our Rainbow Banner. Thank you coach Trish for her great idea with thank you cards for the front line fighters. Bring your cards with you. We’ll hand them out or just sign the RAINBOW banner. Covid-19 Rules: City and government social distance, mask and hand sanitizing policies will be practice at our event. Each participant will have 30 seconds to sign in, with or without a message. Participants may sign anywhere on the 4X8 foot banner.

Mahalo Nui Loa (thank you very much)
Club Director and Coach Roy


Club Kalani – Remainder of season canceled

Due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Governor of California, Gavin Newsom, has issued the Shelter In Place effective March 17, 2020. The Governor expects that California's Public Schools K-12 will remain closed for the remainder of this academic season. Club Kalani supports the community and rents gym space thru the California Public School system. With the closures, the Club will not be able to provide practice facilities for our players. The NCVA and the Pacific AAU have also decided to cancel the remainder of this season.

Please check our website for updates periodically. We hope you and your family remain healthy and safe during these uncertain times.