Local Briefs

Exhibit space available at fair

Applications for the 95th Maui Fair Products and Services Exhibit are now available at www.mauifair.com.

Exhibit space is reserved and assigned by the Products and Services Committee. Applicants will not be guaranteed a space until they receive an approval notification from the committee.

For more information, contact the Fair Administrative Office at 242-272, vendor@mauifair.com or sherri@mauifair.com.

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Bon dance to be held in Kula

Kula Shofukuji Shingon Mission will have a service and bon dance Saturday at the mission, located at 113 Puanani Place and Kekaulike Avenue, near the road to the Haleakala Crater.

Sunset service begins at 6:30 p.m. and the bon dance begins at 7:30. There will be beef stew, nishime, poi andagi and Komoda Bakery pastries available.

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3 clubs selling chow fun tickets

A chow fun fundraiser by the Haleakala Lions, Maui Lions and Maui High School’s HOSA — Future Health Professionals Club will take place from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sept. 2 at Wailuku Hongwanji Mission, 1828 Vineyard St.

The cost of the quart-size chow fun is $8. Tickets may be purchased from members. Walk-up sales are welcome. The Lions clubs will use proceeds for sight conservation projects and activities. HOSA will use its funds to defray club expenses and activities.

For information about HOSA, visit www.hosa.org/about. For more information about Hawaii Lions, visit www.hawaiilions.org.

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Health center will be topic of talk

The Kiwanis Club of Maui will welcome Malama I Ke Ola Health Center CEO B.J. Ott and Dr. John Vaz to talk about the health center, formerly known as the Community Clinic, at noon Thursday at Tante’s Island Cuisine located in the Seaside Hotel in Kahului.

Community health centers are community owned and operated as public/private partnerships.

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School for adults offers fall classes

McKinley Community School for adults is offering its fall class schedule at 179 W. Kamehameha Ave. in Kahului. Programs include General Educational Development and High School Equivalency Test preparation.

For more information, call 873-3082 or visit mcsahawaii.org.

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Goat yoga topic of free lecture

‘Aukai Hatchie will speak at 11 a.m. Saturday at Keokea Hawaiian Homestead Nursery about his new agribusiness involving goat yoga. Hatchie’s free talk is part of the Keokea Farmers Market and mini-lecture series on the second and last Saturdays of each month from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., to coincide with Kula Hospital’s Kala Iki thrift store hours.

A Keokea homestead farmer, Hatchie works as a senior tax analyst with a California-based company.

The Keokea Homestead Farm Lots Association and Pa’upena Community Development Corp. co-sponsor the farmers market and mini-lecture series on farming- and ranching-related topics. Organizers ask lecture attendees to bring chairs, beach mats or blankets for seating.

For event information, contact Kekoa Enomoto at 276-2713 or kenomoto1@hawaii.rr.com.

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