Ohana is a community service club at Bellarmine. As the name suggests, Ohana means “family” - and our primary goal is exactly that; to make everyone feel at home in our Bellarmine family. We do this by organizing community events and functions both on and off campus throughout the year. Whether it is pumpkin painting and croquet at our Fall Harvest Festival, open mic and ornament-making in the lunchroom at Christmas time, Bouncy houses and frog pencil give-aways on Leap Year Day, or a spring Luau to celebrate our Food Drive success, Ohana aims to celebrate our success and bring out the best in our student body throughout the year.

In addition, we planned two off-campus events last year ~ snow-tubing at Snoqualmie in January and Spaghetti Factory + Trampoline Nation Night in May ~ both in the spirit of giving our student a relaxing and fun way to decompress before semester finals. Always with an air of community service in mind (for example, we collected a gracious amount of coats, gloves, scarves, etc in response to our snow-tubing trip… and a bake sale where proceeds were donated to charity at EVERY on-campus event) Ohana works to better our Bellarmine community, as well as the community at large.