4-H Livestock show and sale Saturday
The 33rd annual 4-H Livestock and Upcountry Agricultural Fair will host the Maui
4-H Livestock Show and Sale on Saturday at Oskie Rice Arena in Makawao.
Thirty youth will be competing with more than 40 4-H projects.
There will be four classes of livestock in the competition. The goat show will open the competition at 8 a.m., followed by the lamb show, market hog competition and beef steer contest.
The livestock auction will begin at 1 p.m. under the gavel of Buddy Gibson.
People interested in purchasing animals may call Laura Magsanide at 264-9933 for more information.
At 9 a.m. Sunday, there will be a 4-H showmanship competition, followed by a "Clover Bud" competition for youths (4 to 8 years old). An awards ceremony will take place at 2 p.m.
Admission is $3 per vehicle entering the fair.
AARP announces monthly meeting
The South Maui Chapter of AARP will hold its monthly meeting at 10 a.m. Monday in the lower level Garden Room of Kalama Heights, located at 101 Kanani Road in Kihei.
The guest speaker will be Don Halsey, a stroke team specialist at Maui Memorial Medical Center. Halsey will speak about "When and Why to Call 9-1-1."
Refreshments will be served.
For more information, contact Marv Paularena at 264-0300.
SPCA Maui plans clinics this month
SPCA Maui is holding spaying and neutering clinics for cats this month, including one Sunday in Lahaina.
The clinic Sunday is part of the first mass spaying and neutering cat clinic in West Maui, according to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The Maui organization is partnering with veterinarian Susan Baillie and West Maui Pet Supply for the clinic targeting community and feral cats.
Clinic coordinator Sue Liscombe said people are asked to "pay what they can." Traps are available to be loaned.
The all-volunteer nonprofit organization will hold similar clinics in Wailuku on June 16 and 23.
To register or obtain information about the clinics, call 280-0738.
SPCA Maui has a mission of creating a "no more homeless pets" on Maui and ending the killing of companion animals as a means of population control.
Yearbook portraits being scheduled
Senior members of Lahainaluna's Class of 2014 are reminded that senior portraits for the Ka Lama 2014 yearbook are scheduled from Monday to June 14 at Nagamine Photo Studio in Wailuku.
Those who have yet to schedule their appointment must call the studio at 244-3636 to arrange a time. Nagamine Photo Studio is located at 1787 Wili Pa Loop in the Millyard Industrial Park.
Alternate dates are available. Instructions in preparing for the photo session will be given after the appointment has been scheduled.
For more information, contact yearbook advisor Art Fillazar at 662-3976 before Monday.
Book sale Sunday by nonpofit group
Maui Friends of the Library will be having a book sale from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday at Whole Foods Market in the Maui Mall as part of its Father's Day celebration.
Driver safety class accepting students
An AARP driver safety class will be offered from 8:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday at the West Maui Senior Center in Lahaina.
The class is open to everyone although it is designed for drivers 50 years and older. The emphasis is to become more aware of common age-related physical changes, how they affect one's driving ability, and how to compensate.
The $14 fee (cash or check) will be collected at the beginning of class. AARP members receive a $2 discount with presentation of their AARP card. Some insurance carriers offer discounts to those who complete this class.
Preregistration is requested. Call the West Maui Senior Center at 661-9432 to register. The center is located at 788 Pauoa St.
Women prepare units for habitation
Fifteen volunteers joined Habitat for Humanity Maui's sixth annual National Women Build week May 4-12. They helped with demolition work and painting of two apartment units at Harbor Lights. Four days of work and 93-plus volunteer hours have prepared the units for plumbing and electrical work.
Renovation continues every Saturday and some weekdays. To volunteer, call 242-1140.