Local Briefs

Society to celebrate 90th anniversary

The ‘Ahahui Ka’ahumanu Women’s Society Chapter IV from Wailuku will be celebrating its 90th anniversary from Friday through Monday. The convention will honor Queen Ka’ahumanu. The theme is Pohai Ke Aloha o Na Wahine o Ka’ahumanu, the surrounding love of the women of Ka’ahumanu.

Members from all nine chapters statewide will participate. There will be a mini craft fair at the Maui Beach Hotel featuring Maui artisans as well as Designs by Shirley from the Big Island on Friday. The artisans will be selling fimo earrings and lei, baked goods, handmade jewelry, feather hairpieces, and black hats and gloves. The craft fair will be open to the public from 1 to 6 p.m.


Iao School T-shirts ready for pickup

Parents who placed orders for Iao School T-shirts at 6th-grade parent orientation April 30 or at school registration on July 15 or 16 can pick them up at Iao School on Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the dining center patio.

Customers must bring their receipt for proof of purchase.

Students who have not ordered or bought school shirts yet may do so on Thursday or by calling Automatic T-shirt Printing Co. at 877-4478.

The “Dress for Safety” policy is effective Monday, when 6th-graders start school. All students should be wearing a maroon Iao School T-shirt to school, according to an announcement. No solid shirts are allowed this year.

For more information about the dress for safety policy, call Principal Norma Barroga at 984-5610, ext. 225.


Cheer Babes plan rummage sale

Maui Cheer Babes will be having a team rummage sale and sweetbread pickup from 7 a.m. to noon Saturday at Iao Intermediate School. Maui Cheer Babes is a cheerleading team of youth ages 3 to 11. The team is raising funds to compete in a national cheerleading competition in March. For more information, email mauicheerbabes@yahoo.com.


6th-grade orientation at school tonight

Maui Waena Intermediate School will host 6th-grade parent and student orientation from 4:30 to 6 p.m. today in the school cafeteria. Sign-in starts at 4:30 p.m. Parents and guardians are asked to bring the student’s class schedule, along with the student. Cash-only lunch money deposits will be accepted.


Thrift store announces tent sale

Ka Mana’olana Thrift Store is having a tent sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. The store is located at 1655 S. Kihei Road in the south parking lot of Kihei Baptist Chapel.


Two students awarded scholarships

The Portuguese Association of Maui awarded two grants of $1,000 each to Teianna-Lei Collins-Shirota and Raenn Mukini at a luncheon on July 7.

Collins-Shirota, a 2013 graduate of King Kekaulike High School, will begin her studies in medicine in Charleston, S.C., in August. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Purdy Sr. of Kula.

Mukini, a 2013 graduate of Maui High School, will undertake her studies leading to a degree in business at the University of Hawaii-Hilo in September. She is the daughter of the late Joseph Mukini and Rubena Mukini of Kahului.

The Portuguese Association of Maui began awarding scholarships in 2003. Since then, the 28-member association has given $33,500 in grants to 39 Maui students.


Havron receives college recognition

Blair Havron of Pukalani was recently recognized for participation in campus activities at American International College in Springfield, Mass. Havron, a junior majoring in nursing, received the Naomi White-Inniss Award.


Lahaina Hongwanji prepares for obon

Free obon dance practice will be offered at 7 p.m. Aug. 13 and 20 at the Lahaina Hongwanji Mission on Wainee Street, between Prison and Shaw streets.

Obon services and dancing will take place at the mission Aug. 23 and 24. Services will begin at 6:30 p.m., followed by dancing at 7:30 p.m. There also will be food available.

For more information, call 661-0640.


3 students named Chancellor Scholars

Three students from Maui were awarded the prestigious Chancellor Scholarship by the University of Hawaii at Hilo.

The students are Stacy Mae Gelacio from Maui High School, Landon Ballesteros from Kamehameha Schools Maui, and Brooke Higa from Baldwin High School.

The award, valued in excess of $23,000, covers four years of tuition for students graduating from a Hawaii high school who earn either a grade-point average of at least 3.5 or a combined 1800 SAT (reading, writing, math) or a composite score of 27 on the ACT while demonstrating leadership and/or community service.

All Chancellor Scholars are required to enroll as full-time students, remain enrolled continuously, maintain a cumulative grade-point average of 3.25 and participate in leadership activities and/or community services with other Chancellor Scholars.


Dinner a benefit for Na Hoaloha

The Kahili Restaurant at Kahili Golf Course is featuring a “Giving Back” dinner from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Aug. 10, with 15 percent of food sales being donated to Na Hoaloha-Neighbors Helping Neighbors. The fundraiser will feature Kahili’s Asian-American fusion buffet.

Na Hoaloha recruits and trains volunteers to help seniors remain in their homes and be independent.

For more information call 242-6000. To find out more about Na Hoaloha-Neighbors Helping Neighbors visit www.nahoaloha.org.

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Healthy aging topic of coffee hour

Kaunoa West Maui Senior Services will host a coffee hour on healthy aging at 10 a.m. Thursday at its facility in Lahaina. Presenter Faith Gianan will explore myths on aging, creative ways to keep active, and Alzheimer’s disease and prevention.

Gianan is the memory care coordinator at Roselani Place Assisted Living Community in Kahului. She has managed the Alzheimer’s unit there for the past four years. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in gerontology from the University of Southern California and has more than 10 years of experience in the aging field.

There will be a $2 suggested donation at the door. Kaunoa West Maui is located at 788 Pauoa St. For more information, contact Kaunoa West Maui at 661-9432 or Gianan at 871-7720.


Food classes for beekeepers, others

Two food safety classes are being offered as part of the legal requirements for small-scale beekeepers to sell their products under recently enacted state legislation. Both classes include a test for certification. In addition to beekeepers, anyone needing a food safety certification is invited to attend:

* John Nakashima, state Department of Health food safety consultant and educator, will conduct a two-day Food Safety Certification class from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Aug. 5 and from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 6 at the Lokahi Pacific Center on Market Street in Wailuku. To register call (808) 933-0931, or email john.nakashima@doh.hawaii.gov.

* Edventure at Maui College will offer a ServSafe Certification class from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 12 and 19. This course is geared toward the food and beverage industry but will qualify for the beekeepers’ food safety certification. To register and find out more, call Edventure at 983-3231.


‘Trash to Treasures’ at rummage sale

Iao United Church of Christ will have a “Trash to Treasures” rummage sale from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday and from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. In addition to rummage items, there will be food and festivities, according to a news release. The church is located at 2371 W. Vineyard St. in Wailuku.


Accounting class for nonprofits

John D. Carbonaro, a certified public accountant with Carbonaro DeMichele CPAs, will teach a two-day class titled “Nonprofit Grant Accounting, to PASS any Audit!” from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Aug. 13 and 14 at the Maui Beach Hotel.

The class is designed for accountants and bookkeepers. Carbonaro will share 26 years of nonprofit expertise. The training includes a course book, take home templates, lunch and refreshments.

The cost is $350 for both days or $195 for the first day, an overview for executive directors and treasurers.

To register visit www.carbocpa.com or call 242-5002.


Shopping event to benefit preschool

Macy’s will partner with Iao Preschool to invite customers to participate in Macy’s seventh annual Shop for a Cause charity shopping event.

Macy’s 2013 Shop for a Cause will take place Aug. 24. Customers can purchase tickets now from Iao Preschool families or staff or at the preschool, located at 2371 W. Vineyard St. in Wailuku.

Macy’s Shop for a Cause has helped raise more than $42 million for charities across the country since 2006, according to a news release.

Macy’s has provided the preschool with shopping passes to sell for $5 each. The organization will keep 100 percent of every ticket it sells.

For more information about Macy’s Shop for a Cause event, visit macys.com/shopforacause.


Delos Santos an All-American Scholar

Trixia Anne B. Delos Santos of Kahului has been named an All-American Scholar by the United States Achievement Academy.

All-American Scholars must earn a 3.3 or higher grade-point average, and only scholars selected by a school instructor, counselor or other qualified sponsor are accepted.

Delos Santos attends Maui Waena Intermediate School. She was nominated for the honor by George A. Stevens, founder of the the United States Achievement Academy. Her name will appear in the All-American Scholar Yearbook, which is published nationally.

Delos Santos is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Delos Santos of Kahului.


Energy in Hawaii topic of presentation

The Rotary Club of Maui will host Sam Millington, CEO of Pacific Biodiesel Technologies, as guest speaker at its noon meeting Thursday in the Class Act Dining Room at the University of Hawaii Maui College. Millington will speak on “Self-Sustaining Energy in the Islands.”

Millington moved to Hawaii in the mid-1990s and has served on numerous boards, commissions and task forces, including those of the J. Walter Cameron Center, the Maui United Way, the Maui Non-Profit Directors Association and the Maui Police Commission.

Most recently, Millington served as a Franklin Fellow for the U.S. Department of State, where he helped build public-private partnerships to support U.S. foreign policy interests, according to a news release.

The meeting is open to the public. The luncheon cost is $20 per person.


School announces parent orientation

Kahului Elementary School will hold kindergarten parent orientation at 8:30 a.m. Friday in the school cafeteria. Classroom visits will start at 9:30 a.m.

Grades 1-5 will start school Aug. 5.


Wailuku Hongwanji plans obon event

Wailuku Hongwanji will hold its annual obon event Friday and Saturday.

On each evening, the program will begin with a service starting at 6:45 p.m. The service is intended to respect those members of Wailuku Hongwanji who have died over the last year. The Rev. Sol Kalu, resident minister of Makawao Hongwanji, will be the guest speaker delivering the sermon at the services.

The bon dance will begin at 8 p.m. In addition to the festive and colorful dancing, there will be food items for sale prepared by Cub Scout Pack 40, Boy Scout Troop 40 and the Wailuku Hongwanji Judo Club.

Games for children will be offered by the Dharma School. Those interested in visiting Wailuku Hongwanji’s historic temple during the evening may tour it.

For more information, contact the Rev. Shinkai Murakami, Wailuku Hongwanji’s resident minister, at 244-0406.


‘Being With Dying’ topic of gathering

Doorway Into Light, a nonprofit organization on Maui in the fields of end-of-life care and after-death care, continues its open gatherings the first Monday of each month. Now in its seventh year, the next meeting of “Being With Dying” will be held at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 5 at the Temple of Peace, 575 Haiku Road in Haiku.

The gathering is for people who are dying, people who are grieving, people who work in these fields, and all those who wish to explore their own approaching death.

For more information, call Bodhi Be at 573-8334.


Craft and food fair seeks vendors

Vendors who wish to participate in the Wailuku Hongwanji Mission’s annual Autumn Craft & Food Fair are urged to sign up now. The 4 1/2-hour fundraiser is scheduled from 7:30 to noon Oct. 19. It is coordinated by the Wailuku Hongwanji Buddhist Women’s Association.

Christmas gift items such as woodwork, jewelry, ornaments, T-shirts and children’s clothing are usually displayed. Food is a major attraction, and there will be bento lunches, nishime, baked goods and fresh vegetables.

For more information, call Stella Kuwae at 244-9036.

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Hui No’eau to present youth arts exhibition

Hui No’eau will present a free summer festival from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday to help celebrate its annual youth arts exhibition.

All are welcome to enjoy hands-on workshops, kite flying, face painting, a scavenger hunt, art vendors and more while viewing the work of young artists age 5 and up.

The event, titled “Family Day: A Celebration of the Arts,” will feature pieces from every child participating in Hui summer programs.

The gallery will be transformed into an interactive space, while the professional artist studios and main house will also feature a variety of activities.

“Our summer Camp Kaluanui students have been looking forward to this all summer long,” says Youth Programs & Marketing Manager Kelly McHugh. “They’ve taken themes like “Weird Science” and “School of Rock” and created some truly beautiful, whimsical, fantastical results. We can’t wait to share them with the community and offer our congratulations to these awesome little artists!”

The 2013 Youth Art Exhibition is on view through Aug. 2. Admission is free.


Health event planned at Mina Pharmacy

Mina Pharmacy at Queen Kaahumanu Center will host the first of a free monthly health and wellness event series from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

The Hawaii Centers for Independent Living will be represented, as well as other health-related organizations.

Certified diabetes educator Rose Foronda will be available for private counseling and diabetes education from 10 a.m. to noon.

HMSA agents will also be on hand to provide information and answer questions about the Medicare Advantage program Akamai Advantage.

There will be free blood glucose and blood pressure screenings, along with free food samplings.

For more information, call Mina Pharmacy at 856-8030.


Planning meeting for school anniversary

A meeting to plan Baldwin High School’s 75th anniversary celebration will be held in the school’s new library at 5 p.m. Monday.

The festivities will be held in October.

Alumni, staff and other individuals interested in helping to plan the anniversary events are encouraged to attend this meeting.

For more information, call Lynn Araki-Regan at 280-1299 or visit www.hpbaldwinmaui75th.com.


Kiwanis official to speak at meeting

Gary Jander, governor of the California-Nevada-Hawaii Kiwanis District, will be guest speaker at the noon meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Maui on Thursday at Cary and Eddie’s Hideaway in Kahului.

He will provide an update on Kiwanis projects, programs, future conventions and conferences.

The meeting is open to the public, and visitors are welcome. Lunch is $12.

For more information, call Kathy Anderson at 357-8877.


‘Tools-4-Tots’ donations sought

The Maui County chapter of Street Bikers United Hawaii is sponsoring the 2013 Tools-4-Tots school supply drive through Aug. 30, according to an announcement.

Tax-deductible donations may be made by visiting www.sbumaui.org/tools or mailed to SBU Maui, P.O. Box 532640, Kihei 96753.


Oriental medicine topic of free program

A free series of presentations about Asian medicine will be offered at Makawao Public Library at 6:30 p.m. the last Monday of each month, beginning next week and ending Nov. 25.

Licensed acupuncturist and massage therapist Zachary Rice will conduct the five-part series, beginning with an overview titled “East Asian Medicine.”

The one-hour programs are suitable for ages 12 and older. Contact the library three weeks in advance if a sign language interpreter or other special accommodation is needed.

Makawao Public Library is at 1159 Makawao Ave. For more information, call the library at 573-8785.


Students receive honors in video contest

Two Maui High School students took second-place national honors in the National Ocean Sciences Bowl and the National Marine Educators Association “Living on the Ocean Planet” Video Contest.

Christopher Kim and Gabriel Salazar won for their video “Supershrimp: A Closer Look into the Hawaiian Opae’ula.”

Maui High School also took first place in Division 1 in order to compete for the national honor. Hawaiian language immersion students (O Hina I Ka Malama) at Molokai High School took third place honors in the same division for their video “Ka wai a Kane,” according to the contest website.

This year’s theme for the videos were “A Window into Freshwater Science.”

All of the videos can be viewed on NOSB’s YouTube Channel.


Website aims to aid senior independence

Neighbors Helping Neighbors, an agency that helps seniors remain independent and in their homes, has announced the launch of its new website at www.nahoaloha.org.

The updated site is aimed at making it easy for people to volunteer to provide friendly visits, transportation, help with shopping and errands, telephone reassurance and respite for caregivers.

“For many homebound elders, a simple phone call can brighten their day and possibly save their lives,” said Gerri Shapiro, executive director of Na Hoaloha.

Enhancements to the website include:

* Access to a directory of Maui’s senior services

* The latest news on Na Hoaloha – Neighbors Helping Neighbors

* An electronic and a downloadable donation form

* Information about how to get involved helping Maui’s seniors

To find out more about Na Hoaloha – Neighbors Helping Neighbors or to make a donation online visit www.nahoaloha.org or call 249-2545.


Dickens recognized as exceptional student

Colin Dickens, a graduate of King Kekaulike High School, has been selected by the Society of Chemical Industry, America Section, as a Society of Chemical Industry Scholar for 2012.

The program, administered by the American Chemical Society, recognizes exceptional college sophomores and juniors majoring in chemistry or chemical engineering.

In addition to a $1,000 prize, scholars are awarded 10-week summer internships at major U.S. chemical companies.

Dickens attends Oregon State University and will complete the internship at DuPont.


Wailuku native receives Army award

Arthur Chee, a Wailuku native and military veteran, was presented with an award by Army Chief of Staff Gen. Raymond Odierno in Wiesbaden, Germany, on April 30 for his 63 years of total combined federal service.

His years of uniformed service in the Army Air Corps included overseas tours in Paris, London, Thailand and Vietnam.

His time as a Department of Defense civilian employee includes having worked for the Department of Defense Dependent Schools system, the Army-Air Force Exchange Service and the Defense Commissary Agency.

He now works at the Wiesbaden Army lodging system.


King Kekaulike announces parent night

King Kekaulike High School will host a parent night on July 31 for parents and guardians of incoming freshmen and other students new to King Kekaulike. The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. in the student dining room. Entrance is through the Haleakala Highway gate.

Information to be shared includes graduation requirements, student action plan, the freshman orientation “Frosh Start” Day, appropriate student behavior and expectations, academic courses and grades, activities and sports, fees and dues, bus application information, bell schedules and the meal debit system.

A dress code fashion show will also be presented, and a freshman parent handbook will be distributed. PTSA dues may be paid.

For more information call the school office at 573-8710.

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Nutrition expert to speak at UH-MC

Graeme Sait, CEO of Australia’s Nutri-Tech Solutions, will give a presentation titled “The Power of the Soil” from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Thursday in the Pilina Building’s Multi-Purpose Room on the University of Hawaii Maui College campus.

Sait will discuss multiple aspects of soil and human and planetary health, including numerous health tips and strategies.

Sait is an Australian leader in biological farming and high-production fertility, according to an announcement. He is the author of more than 200 articles and the book “Nutrition Rules!”

Upcountry Sustainability, the Community College Career and Technical Training Grant Project, the Office of Continuing Education and Training, and the New Farmers Network of the UHMC Agriculture Department are hosting the presentation.

This event is free and open to the public. Farmers, gardeners and those interested in a happy, healthy and extended life are encouraged to attend, the announcement said. For more information, call 573-9260.


Celebration for marine managed area

July marks the four-year anniversary of the Kahekili Herbivore Fisheries Management Area, a first-of-its-kind marine managed area located in North Ka’anapali. To celebrate this area and the coral reefs it aims to protect, a birthday bash is planned for 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 28 at Kahekili Beach Park.

The family-friendly event will feature a complimentary barbecue, a ridge-to-reef-themed culinary contest, a seaweed-eating competition, a reef snorkel tour with ocean experts, a fish count, water quality sampling and a savvy shopper relay race. Prizes include accommodation stays and meals at Ka’anapali Beach Hotel; The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua; the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa; and the Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas.

For more information, call Liz Foote at 283-1631.


Health care reform topic of presentation

The Rotary Club of Kahului will hear from James Shigeo Dixon, general counsel for Hawaii Health Connector, and Bonnie Pang, benefit consultant of Atlas Insurance Agency, during its noon meeting Monday at Cafe O’Lei at the Dunes at Maui Lani.

Dixon will talk about Hawaii Health Connector, which serves as Hawaii’s state-based affordable health insurance exchange under the Affordable Care Act.

Pang will provide a health care reform update.

The public is invited. The cost for lunch is $20, or a $5 program fee. Information about speakers and club service projects can be found at www.kahuluirotary.org. For more information, call club President Paul Janes-Brown at 572-8000.


Free screening of ‘Dinosaur’ at library

A free screening of Walt Disney Pictures’ “Dinosaur” will be presented during Kihei Public Library’s movie night event at 6 Tuesday in the children’s area.

“Dinosaur” is the first computer-animated film in the “Walt Disney Animated Classics” series. It focuses on the journey of an iguanodon who is raised from the egg by a clan of lemurs and eventually reunited with his own kind.

This family-oriented movie is rated PG. Free popcorn and refreshments will be provided by the Kay A. Edwards Memorial Fund.

All children must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver. Contact the library as soon as possible if a sign language interpreter or other special accommodation is needed.

The library is located at 35 Waimahaihai St. For more information, call the library at 875-6833.


Rotarians to man School Supplies Drive

Starting Saturday, the Rotary Clubs on Maui will spend weekends at the entrances to a number of stores to collect school supplies for the children of Maui.

As patrons enter, Rotarians will hand them a school supply list of items needed by island keiki and teachers. Store patrons may purchase any of the items or make a donation for such purchases.

Once collected, the Rotary members will divide and deliver the collected supplies and funds to community programs that help children in need and to individual schools on Maui.

This is the seventh year that a School Supplies Drive has been sponsored by Maui Rotarians.

Listed below are the dates and locations for the School Supplies Drive. Most drives will operate during the hours of 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.:

* Saturday: Longs and Walgreens in Lahaina

* July 28: Walmart

* Aug. 3: Longs in Kihei, Wailuku, Pukalani and Kahului

* Aug. 4: Longs in Pukalani and Kihei

* Aug. 10: Office Max in Kahului


Investment fraud topic of talk

Russell K. Subiono, public outreach coordinator for the Hawaii Better Business Bureau, will speak about investment fraud at the 7:30 a.m breakfast meeting of the Rotary Club of Kihei Sunrise on Wednesday. The meeting will take place at the Five Palms Restaurant at the Mana Kai Maui Resort in Kihei.

In his presentation, titled “Tricks of the Trade: Outsmarting Investment Fraud,” Subiono will explain investment fraud risk factors and how to verify investment products and brokers. He will also talk about how to seek help in the event of investment fraud.

The cost of the breakfast is $22. The public is invited.

For more information, call President Christine Pawliuk at 292-2242 or see the club’s website at www.kiheirotary.org.


Rummage items to benefit school

Baldwin High School’s Class of 1988 is accepting items for a rummage sale to be held next month.

Clothing and other items may be dropped off at Araki-Regan & Associates, 1823 Wells St., Suite 2A, in Wailuku.

All money received from the rummage sale will be donated to Baldwin High School in celebration of its 75th anniversary. Funds will be used to purchase lockers and benches.

For more information, call 280-1299.


Kindergarten camp at Wailuku school

Wailuku Elementary School is inviting all of its incoming kindergartners and their parents/guardians to Kindergarten Camp from 8:30 to 11 a.m. Saturday.

The purpose of the camp is to promote school readiness and give the students and their families a chance to meet other students.

Activities will include a bouncing castle, Germ City, story time for students while families talk with school personnel, a school tour and playground time.

Cookies and juice will be available at the end of the event.

From noon to 1:30 p.m. on the same day, the school invites all new incoming 1st- through 5th-graders for an orientation.

This event is meant to give new students and their families a chance to get familiar with the campus, find out information about the school and have any questions answered.

For more information, call the school office at 984-5622.


Makawao School to accept payments

Parents and guardians of Makawao School students will be able to purchase school uniforms and planners, make lunch account deposits, make bus payments, and sign up for the A-Plus after-school program from 8 a.m. to noon July 31.

Makawao School will accept cash only for all payments.

New or transferring students should register before the first day of school, Aug. 5. Parents or guardians must have an original birth certificate, proof of residency, health records, and if the student is transferring, the child’s release form from the previous school.

On the first day of school, parent parking will be available on the school playground from 7:15 to 8:30 a.m. The entrance to the playground will be from Ukiu Road.

The school office is open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. For more information, call 573-8770.


Club raises funds for school supplies

Slammed Society car and truck club hosted a school supply car run and picnic July 14. The club teamed with Good Shepherd Episcopal Church to raise money for Maui’s less-fortunate keiki. With more than 40 custom vehicles and lots of people, the “Cruise for the Cause” school supply drive raised more than $800, according to an announcement.


Investor protection topic of talk

The Hawaii state Department of Consumer Affairs and Commerce’s Theresa Kong Kee will speak at the potluck supper meeting of the Italian American Social Club at 5:45 p.m. Tuesday in the St. Theresa Church Hall in Kihei.

Kong Kee will discuss investor protection tips, ways to avoid securities fraud, and where to report investment scams and schemes.

The public is invited to attend. For further information, email Don Tedesco at dstedesco@gmail.com.


School announces registration makeup

Iao School students who are enrolled in the 6th, 7th, and 8th grades and missed registration day can register from Monday through Friday, between 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., in the school’s main office.

Makeup times for school ID picture taking are from 10 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 2 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday, July 30 and Aug. 1.

Students are encouraged to get their picture taken on these days to receive their I.D (also meal card) on the first day of school.

The school will accept only cash for mandatory school fees, physical education uniforms, meal deposits, 8th-grade basic practical arts and bus transportation. Fees for band uniforms and supplies will be collected by the teacher during the first week of school.

Automatic T-Shirt Printing Co. will be available to take school T-shirt orders Tuesday and Thursday, in Room J-204 from 10 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 2 p.m.

Parents who already placed an order on registration day can pick up their T-shirts from 10 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 2 p.m. Aug. 1 For more information, call Automatic T-Shirt Printing Co. at 877-4478.

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Pickled onion sale Saturday

The Portuguese Association of Maui will sell pickled onions from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at the J. Walter Cameron Center.

Sixteen-ounce containers are $5 and proceeds support the association’s community projects.

Orders for pickled onions can be placed by calling 877-0123 or 243-0065.


Fishing tourney deadline Friday

The 5th annual Keiki Tilapia Fishing Tourney hosted by Maui Electric Co. and Kaanapali Golf Courses is set for 7:30 to 9 a.m. Sept. 1 in Kaanapali.

Participants ages 2-18 are encouraged to register early for this event as spaces fill up quickly. The deadline is Friday or sooner if the 600-participant cap is met.

Entry forms can be picked up and dropped off at Maui Sporting Goods, New Maui Fishing Supply, Kaanapali Golf Course Logo Shop and at the MECO customer service lobby. Forms can also be found by visiting www.mauielectric.com.

All proceeds from this event benefit Maui United Way.

For more information or to be an event sponsor, call Shelly Espeleta at 872-3216.


Seniors invited to kupuna luncheon

The Maui County Senior Citizens Planning and Coordinating Council will hold its 41st annual luncheon on July 27 at the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa. The program begins at 9:30 a.m. All senior citizens are invited to attend.

Featured at the luncheon will be greetings from the mayor and the governor, entertainment, door prizes and displays by politicians. Transportation can be arranged through Maui Economic Opportunity.

For reservations for the luncheon, call MEO at 249-2990. The cost is $33 per person. The deadline for reservations is Monday.


Cancer foundation topic of presentation

Jeff Scharnhorst, executive director of the Pacific Cancer Foundation, will be the guest speaker at the Kiwanis Club of Maui noon meeting Thursday at Carey and Eddie’s Hideaway Restaurant in Kahului.

He will give an update about the foundation and a description of new equipment.

The meeting is open to the public and visitors are welcome. Lunch is $12.

For more information, contact Kathy Anderson at 357-8877.


Obon festival at Kahului Hongwanji

Kahului Hongwanji Mission will hold its annual obon festival Friday and Saturday.

The event begins with a service at 6:30 p.m. and special dance performances at 7:30 p.m. by Kahului Hongwanji preschoolers on Friday and Maui Minyo Kai on Saturday. Bon dancing will begin after the performances.

Food items include chow fun, miso garlic pork mini bento, teriyaki meat mini bento, boomerang, chili, chili dog, Spam musubi, andagi and more.

The temple is located at 291 S. Puunene Ave.

For more information, call 871-4732.


Roselani Place to host sushi bingo

Roselani Place will be hosting “Senior Sushi Bingo” and a community open house from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday.

The community bingo event will be held at Roselani Place, 88 S. Papa Ave. in Kahului.

Fresh sushi and refreshments prepared by Roselani Place will be served. Prizes will be awarded to the winners of each bingo game. Models apartments will also be open for viewing.

The event is free and is open to the public. Seating is limited. To reserve a space, contact 871-7720 or diane@roselaniplace.com.


Youth center will benefit from sales

The Paia Youth & Cultural Center has been chosen by Whole Foods Market at Mall Maui to receive 5 percent of the store’s sales Tuesday.

Whole Foods Market began the 5 percent day as an opportunity to help support nonprofit groups that make a difference in the communities they serve, according to an announcement.

The Paia Youth & Cultural Center staff, ohana and youth members will be at Whole Foods Market on Tuesday to talk about the organization, which is celebrating 20 years of “Building Community Through Our Youth.”


Homesteads plan large yard sale

A large yard/garage sale will be open to the public from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on July 27 at the Keokea homestead baseyard at the 16.9 mile marker of Kula Highway at Kaamana Street.

The nonprofit Keokea Homestead Farm Lots Association is sponsoring the event.

For information, call 870-3220.

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Nominations sought for BHS Hall of Fame

The deadline to nominate candidates to Baldwin High School’s Hall of Fame is Monday.

Four individuals representing alumni, past or present faculty, past or present staff and the community will be selected and recognized during the school’s 75th anniversary celebration in October.

Candidates will be selected based upon their contributions to Baldwin High School and the community, along with achievements or awards.

Nomination forms may be obtained at the anniversary website hpbaldwinmaui75th.com, the Baldwin High School office or Sew Special.

Completed forms may be submitted via email to bhshof@gmail.com or mailed (with a July 15 postmark) to BHS Hall of Fame, 490 Kilika Place, Wailuku 96793.


Kalakapua playground topic of meeting

The Kalakapua (Giggle Hill) Playground Committee will hold a public meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Haiku Community Center.

The playground, which was built 10 years ago by the community at 4th Marine Division Park, has since been closed due to safety concerns. A new group has been formed to open the playground.

The committee is part of the Haiku Community Association and is still seeking members to inspect, clean and repair the playground once it is reopened.

For more information or to help, call 268-7913. Save Kalakapua Playground can also be found on Facebook.


Church accepting items for rummage sale

Kahului Union Church is accepting items for its rummage sale, which will take place from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at 101 Kamehameha Ave. in Kahului. All proceeds from the sale will go toward local and world missions.

Clean and working household items, books, clothes and furniture will be accepted. For more information, including where to drop off items, call the church office at 871-4422.


Flatbread Co. sales to benefit students

A portion of the sales from all pizzas sold at Flatbread Co. in Paia from 5 to 10 p.m. Tuesday will be donated to the University of Hawaii Maui College chapter of Phi Theta Kappa to support UH-MC honor students and programs.

The Flatbread Co. fundraiser will include a silent auction for local activities and goods. People interested in adding items to the silent auction should contact Ellen Peterson at epeterso@hawaii.edu.

Flatbread Co. is located at 89 Hana Highway.


Moonlight tide pool exploration planned

Pacific Whale Foundation will hold a moonlight tide pool exploration Wednesday.

Learn about the creatures that roam the tide pools at night.

The program is for those ages 6 and older.

Cost is $10 per adult and $5 per child. It is co-sponsored by the Mana Kai Maui Resort.

For information and reservations call the foundation at 249-8811, ext. 1.


Akaku president to speak at meeting

The Rotary Club of Kahului will hear from Jay April, president and CEO of Akaku, during its noon to 1 p.m. meeting Monday at Cafe O’Lei at the Dunes at Maui Lani.

April will talk about Akaku, MauiTube, the future of community TV and how to get children jobs in mobile video production.

The public is invited to the presentation. The cost for lunch is $20, or a $5 program fee. Information about speakers and club service projects can be found at www.kahuluirotary.org. For more information, call club President Paul Janes-Brown at 572-8000.


2 Maui distilleries included in guide

Two Maui micro-distilleries – Haleakala Distillers and Hawaii Sea Spirits both in Kula – are featured in the third edition of “Micro-Distilleries in the U.S. and Canada,” the only guide dedicated to North American micro-distilleries.

The book, published by Crave Press, catalogs more than 450 micro-distilleries that produce craft spirits across the nation and Canada.

Oahu’s Island Distillers Inc. and Hawaii Island’s Koloa Rum Co. are also included in both the print publication and the e-book version.

The book is available at www.microdistillerybooks.com or on Amazon.com or Barnes & Noble’s website.


Sales expert to speak at meeting

Larry E. Roussel, executive director of the Hawaii Merchant Association, will be guest speaker at the noon meeting of the Rotary Club of Maui on Thursday. The meeting will take place in the Class Act Dining Room, located in the Paina building on the University of Hawaii Maui College campus.

Roussel has extensive sales experience, starting with Tangley Oaks Educational Center, where he was top salesperson and trainer, according to a news release.

He has developed two successful mortgage companies and in Hawaii recently developed a solar power program at 5A Rent A Space in Lahaina.

The meeting is open to the public. The cost for lunch is $20 per person.


Recycling bins for old high school

Keep the Hawaiian Islands Beautiful received 20 recycling bins June 27 that were designed specifically for placement at the Old Maui High School at Hamakuapoko. A grant from Keep America Beautiful and The Coca-Cola Foundation funded the purchase.

“The bins will be initiated for the expected 2,000 alumni and community guests expected to attend the Sept. 13-14 Maui High School Centennial Celebration at the historic Hamakuapoko campus” said Jan Dapitan of Keep the Hawaiian Islands Beautiful.


Russell heading to leaders conference

Cameron Russell, 12, of Paia has been nominated and accepted to represent Maui at the Junior National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.C., from July 21 to 26. He is one of 250 middle-school students across the United States to be selected.

Themed “Voices of Leadership: Reflecting on the Past to Create the Future,” the Junior National Young Leaders Conference introduces young people to the tradition of leadership throughout American history, while helping them to develop their own leadership skills, according to an announcement.

During the six-day program, students take part in educational activities and presentations and explore relevant sites, such as Harpers Ferry National Historical Park in West Virginia and Washington’s museums and memorials.

Local Briefs

Saving electricity topic of presentation

Helen Wai will discuss ways to conserve energy and money during the regular meeting of the Kula AARP Chapter on Monday at the Kula Community Center.

The meeting begins with refreshments at 9 a.m., followed by a business meeting at 9:30 a.m.

The program is open to the public. No reservations are necessary.

For more information, call Diane Logsdon at 878-3448.


PWF organizing highway litter cleanup

Pacific Whale Foundation will hold a litter cleanup along Honoapiilani Highway in Maalaea on Thursday from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.

Trash bags and gloves will be provided along with free artisan pizza from Porto for all volunteers.

Meet at the foundation’s Discovery Center in Maalaea.

For more information, call 249-8811, ext. 1.


Free caregiver workshop on Lanai

Maui Adult Day Care Centers and the Maui County Office on Aging will hold a free caregiver workshop titled “Understanding Dementia Behaviors” at 9 a.m. Tuesday at the Lanai Senior Center.

Kathleen Couch, program coordinator for Maui Adult Day Care Centers will discuss early-, middle- and late-stage dementia; tips and techniques for working with dementia behaviors; and caregiver survival.

No reservations are needed. The workshop is open to the public. Certificates of attendance will be available for professionals.

For more information, call Couch at (808) 871-5804.


Distance learning topic of presentation

Bachelor’s and master’s degree opportunities available on Maui will be discussed during a presentation hosted by the University of Hawaii Center on the UH-Maui College campus at 6 p.m. today in room 108 of the Laulima Building.

The session will cover requirements for a variety of degree programs as well as the application process. Many of the outreach and distance-learning programs are structured for working professionals and students raising families.

For more information, contact the University of Hawaii Center at 984-3525 or uctrmaui@hawaii.edu.


Dance workshops this month in Kihei

The Aloha Ballroom Dance Academy will host a four-week July dance workshop series every Wednesday evening at the Kihei Community Center beginning today.

The workshops will begin at 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. and will be followed by a two-hour dance party from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.

Dance professional Rita O’Connor will conduct different workshops each week. Separate fees apply ($15 per person/workshop; $5 per person/dance party).

The events are open to the public. No experience is needed. No partner is necessary. Singles and couples are welcome. For more information, visit www.alohaballroom.com or call 879-0055.


Ready to retire? Find out this month

A free workshop and two webinars will be held this month for people to determine if they are ready for retirement, according to an announcement.

The event schedule is:

* Ready for Retirement Workshop, 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Kaunoa Senior Center. (Topics include “10 Steps to Get Ready for a Secure Retirement,” “Top Social Security Questions” and “Medicare 101.”

* Webinar on Medicare 101, noon to 12:45 p.m. Tuesday.

* Webinar on Top Social Security Questions of 2013, noon to 12:45 p.m. July 19.

For both webinars, go online to aarp.event.com/hiaarpwebinar.

The events are sponsored by AARP Hawaii, Sage PLUS and the Kaunoa Senior Center.


Learn to make fruit-fly trap at workshop

The University of Hawaii Maui College Sustainable Living Institute of Maui Community Garden will host the Maui Master Gardeners at 10 a.m. Saturday for a fruit-fly trap demonstration workshop.

The workshop will take place in the garden on the northwest corner of the UH-MC campus (enter across from the Maui Arts & Cultural Center).

Master gardeners will help attendees learn to identify and prevent fruit-fly damage, and learn the areas and crops different flies like best.

Bring an empty two-liter plastic bottle and go home with a baited fruit-fly trap. Participants can buy GF-120, a fruit-fly-specific organic bait, for $20.

The event is open to the public. To register, call the Sustainable Living Institute of Maui at 984-3379.


Better health workshop series at Kaunoa

The Maui County Office on Aging will sponsor a workshop series beginning from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Friday in Room 102 at Kaunoa Senior Center.

The six-week course titled “Better Choices Better Health” costs $10 and is designed to help people living with chronic conditions better self-manage their health. Scholarships to cover the fee are available.

The course will run every Friday with the last session on Aug. 16 and includes the textbook “Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions” and a relaxation CD.

For more information and to register for the course, call Jan Roberson at 270-8221 or email jan.roberson@mauicounty.gov.


Dialysis home fundraiser in Hana

Hui Laulima O Hana will hold its annual fundraiser for its communal dialysis home in Hana on Saturday at the Hale Pomaika’i Hana Community Dialysis Home.

Admission and parking are free. The event starts at 9 a.m. and ends at 4 p.m.

The fundraiser will feature entertainment, food, baked goods, a silent auction, drawings, games, arts and crafts, a clown, free health screenings, lomi massages and a tour of Hale Pomaika’i.

For more information, call Lehua Cosma at 269-5343. Tax-deductible donations may be sent to HLOH, P.O. Box 218, Hana 96713.


Soroptimists to present health expo

Soroptimists International of West Maui will present a free interactive health expo from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Maui Preparatory campus in Napili.

The event will begin with a guided fitness walk at 8 a.m. – athletic shoes required. There also will be a keiki obstacle course, Napili Farmers’ Market, cross-fitness activities, farm-to-table cooking demonstrations by Plantation House restaurant, food and exhibits by local wellness experts.

While admission to the event is free, there is a $5 all-inclusive fee for some activities. The first 200 families to attend will receive a free gift.


Maui youths get shot at video production

Maui youths ages 10 to 16 have an opportunity to create, shoot and edit their own stories using professional video equipment at Akaku: Maui Community Television this month.

The five-day video production camp will meet from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday to July 19 at Akaku, 333 Dairy Road in Kahului. Tuition is $200.

Students who complete the video summer camp will be “youth-certified” to borrow Akaku cameras and use editing software at no charge after the camp ends, according to a news release.

For more information, contact 871-5554 or suki@akaku.org.


Obon Festival in Lower Paia starts Friday

The Mantokuji Soto Mission of Paia will hold its annual Obon Festival on Friday and Saturday at 253 Hana Highway in Lower Paia, across from the Paia Community Center.

Services will begin at 6 p.m. and dancing starts at 8 p.m.

There will be performances by Maui Taiko on Friday, Zenshin Taiko on Saturday and Mantukuji Taiko both nights.

Food items include chow fun, shave ice, bento, doughnuts, hot dogs and chili and rice.

For more information, call 579-8051.


Volunteers to work on mountain biking trail

In belated celebration of National Trails Day, the Department of and Natural Resources’ Na Ala Hele Trails and Access Program is having a volunteer workday at Makawao Forest Reserve on Saturday.

Work will be on a mountain biking trail being designed and constructed by a Na Ala Hele crew in cooperation with the International Mountain Biking Association and the Maui Mountain Biking Association.

Interested individuals should meet in the gravel parking lot of the Kahakapao Loop Trail at 8:30 a.m. Work will consist of digging, raking and putting finishing touches on sections of the new trail.

Volunteers must wear sturdy, closed-toe shoes. Dogs are not allowed in the work area. Volunteers are encouraged to bring water, lunch and any other items and medications that they require. For more information, call Kevin Cooney at 873-3509.


Knue receives marksmanship scholarship

Lena Knue of Wailuku has received the 2013-14 Civilian Marksmanship Program Youth Scholarship, presented by the Civilian Marksmanship Program.

She participated in the Baldwin High School Rifle Team and will receive a one-year, $1,000 scholarship from Civilian Marksmanship Program based on marksmanship participation, grade point average and merit, to be used toward a pursuit of higher education.

Local Briefs

Disaster management topic of talk

Andrea Chapman, disaster management applications analyst with the Pacific Disaster Center, will be the featured speaker during a monthly meeting of the South Maui Chapter of AARP on Monday.

The event will be held at 10 a.m. in the Garden Room of the Kalama Heights Retirement Residence at 101 Kanani Road in Kihei.

For more information, call South Maui AARP Coordinator Adele Rugg at 879-9964.


Italian American club will host potluck

The Italian American Club of Maui will host a potluck at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Kaunoa Senior Center in Spreckelsville.

Participants will have the opportunity to eat southern Italian food (bring a dish that serves five) and speak Italian.

Each year, the club awards a scholarship to a high school senior from Maui for his or her college education. Angelo Sanakli is this year’s recipient. He and his family will be at the meeting to learn about the Maui club and the Italian culture.

For more information, call club President Mary Pence at 298-4057 or visit the club’s website at www.italianamericanclubofmaui.com.


Hirata to discuss child passenger safety

Retired Maui police Capt. Charles Hirata will speak to the Rotary Club of Kihei-Wailea members at noon Wednesday to discuss how parents and caregivers can safely transport children in vehicles.

A 32-year veteran of the Maui Police Department, a graduate of the FBI National Academy and a former longtime Traffic Section commander, Hirata was the first certified child passenger safety technician instructor in Hawaii. In his last seven years with the department, Hirata was commander of the Lahaina District.

Rotary luncheon meetings are at Mulligans on the Blue Restaurant in Wailea. A buffet lunch costs $16.

For more information, visit www.rckw.org or call 269-2967.


Maui Waena announces schedule pick up

Maui Waena Intermediate School students may pick up their schedules from 9 a.m. to noon Wednesday and Thursday.

School officials will collect student fees, sell school uniforms and accept bus and lunch payments. All transactions must be paid in cash.

Applications for free and reduced lunches may be done online at ezmealapp.com. For more information, call the school office at 873-3070.


Haleakala Ranch topic of presentation

Haleakala Ranch Vice President and General Manager J. Scott Meidell will discuss ranch operations Wednesday during a meeting of the Rotary Club of Kihei Sunrise.

Breakfast costs $22 at the meeting beginning at 7:30 a.m. at the Five Palms Restaurant at the Mana Kai Maui Resort in Kihei.

Founded in 1888, Haleakala Ranch covers 30,000 acres on the slopes of Haleakala.

For more information, call club President Patty Hemmen at 280-8372 or visit the club’s website at www.kiheirotary.org.


Safe Internet use subject of classes

Al Bayless, an Internet computer class instructor at the Kaunoa Senior Center, will conduct “Safe Internet Computing, Part 1, Essential Software” from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Kihei Public Library.

Participants will learn how to keep their computer safe from viruses and intruders by using free downloadable software available from the Internet.

Although the software discussed is Windows PC-based, MAC users will benefit as well.

From 6 to 7:30 p.m. July 16, Bayless will conduct “Safe Internet Computing, Part 2, Safe Behaviors.”

It will cover safe computing behavior to protect your computer and data from hackers and con artists. Participants will learn about phishing schemes, buying online, public computers, hotspots and more.

Pre-registration is required. Call the library to register for one or both presentations, which are suitable for ages 13 and older.

Handouts will be provided to registrants.

All children must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver. Contact the library as soon as possible if a sign language interpreter or other special accommodation is needed for these programs.

The Kihei Public Library is at 35 Waimahaihai St. For more information, call the library at 875-6833.

Local Briefs

Hongwanji plans garage sale, bazaar

Makawao Hongwanji Mission will hold its annual garage sale from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday. The event will continue from 7 a.m. to noon on Sunday. It will feature a bazaar with chow fun, pickled peaches, bentos, baked goods, preserves, plants and fresh produce.

The garage sale on Saturday and Sunday occupies more than 3,000 square feet with a large assortment of clothing, furniture, appliances, cookware and collectables.

The mission is at 1974 Makawao Ave. For more information, call 572-7229.


Kidney meeting to feature 2 speakers

Abigail de la Cruz, a social worker with Liberty Dialysis on Maui, and Carlys Higuchi, an optometrist with Maui Optix, will be guest speakers at a support group meeting sponsored by the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii and Hawaii Organ Transplant Support Group from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. July 11.

The meeting will take place in the Liberty Dialysis conference room at 105 Maui Lani Parkway in Wailuku.

The support group meeting is for kidney patients and their caregivers.

To reserve a spot at the meeting, call 986-1900 by Monday.


BHS schedules to be available for pickup

Baldwin High School student schedules will be available for pre-registered students, by class, on the following days and times:

* Seniors, 8 to 10 a.m. Tuesday.

* Juniors, 8 to 10 a.m. July 10.

* Sophomores, 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. July 10.

* Freshmen, 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday.

Registration fees, lunch payments, parking fees and bus payments will be accepted. Applications for bus and parking will be available.

Applications for free or reduced lunch will be passed out on the first day of school. Applications also are available online at www.ezmealapp.com.

Physical education uniforms will be sold on the freshmen registration day only. Student IDs and locker sign up will also be done.

Cash will be the only accepted form of payment. No checks will be accepted. For more information, call the main office at 984-5656.

The first day of school for incoming freshmen and new students in all grades will be on Aug. 5. All other students report to school on Aug. 6.


Kalama Heights plans several free events

Kalama Heights retirement residence will be hosting a number of independence-themed events next weekend. Each event is free and open to the public. Kalama Heights is located at 101 Kanani Road in Kihei.

The events include:

* 3 p.m., Friday: Let’s Talk Seniors – Selling Your Home

* 2 p.m., Saturday: Outward Bound Event

* 2 to 3 p.m. Sunday: Adventure Travel Club: NYC

To learn more, call Kalama Heights at 214-9258.


Kihei Charter School announces meeting

The Kihei Charter School Governance Board of Education will meet July 10 in the middle school located at 41 East Lipoa St., Unit 29, in Kihei. Public testimony will begin at 4 p.m. For more information, call 875-0700.


Native forest birds topic of presentation

A researcher with the Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project will discuss the natural history of the forest birds, the conservation issues they face and what is being done to help them as part of a lecture series from 6 to 8 p.m Tuesday in Kihei.

Laura Berthold will present photos, video and sound during her “Maui’s Native Forest Birds: Past Present and Future” presentation at the Kihei Conference Room of the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary at 726 S. Kihei Road.

Berthold currently works on assisting and leading the Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project field team with researching the Maui Parrotbill or Kiwikiu and helping restore habitat.


Sugar museum part of national program

The Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum has joined museums and art centers nationwide in becoming a Blue Star Museum, which means active-duty service members and their families will receive free entrance from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Blue Star Museums is a partnership among the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Families, Joining Forces, MetLife Foundation and more than 2,000 museums across America.

“The Sugar Museum provides free entrance to active and retired military and their immediate families all during the year,” said Roslyn Lightfoot, museum director. “We are proud to support and be a part of the Blue Star Museum program.”

The museum is located directly across from the Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar mill in Puunene.

For more information, call 871-8058 or visit www.sugarmuseum.com.


Business showcase has vendor space

The Mompreneur Business Showcase has vendor space available for business owners who are also mothers.

The event is scheduled for Aug. 17 in the Maui Beach Hotel Elleair Ballroom from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

For vendor space and information, visit online at www.mauimompreneurs.com or call 757-4739.