Who is allowed to join as an Active Member? Active duty members and spouses of active duty members of all military branches of the U.S. Armed Forces assigned to or residing near Schofield Barracks, Hawaii.
Who is allowed to join as an Associate Member? Retired military personnel and their spouses, spouses of deceased military personnel, spouses and/or service members of reserve components and National Guard, family members 18 years or older residing in the household of a member of the Armed Forces of the United States assigned to or residing near Schofield Barracks, HI, and federal civilian employees assigned to or residing near Schofield Barracks, HI, and their spouses.
What does it mean to be an Honorary Member? Honorary Members do not pay dues, vote, or hold elected or appointed positions on the Hui Board. Honorary President and Hui President will designate honorary membership. Honoraries may serve on committees and participate in all Hui sponsored activities. Honorary Officers/Advisors may become Active Members by paying yearly dues. As a condition of membership, members understand it is their responsibility to read the Hui’s Constitution and By-Laws. Member’s signature on the membership application constitutes agreement and understanding of this responsibility.