Kihei community group to elect board
The Kihei Community Association will elect new board members for 2014 as well as celebrate its success over the past year at a members-only meting at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the VFW Hall, 2110 Uluniu Road in Kihei.
Members will select a new vision statement for the association. The "2013 KCA Wiliwili Warrior award" will also be presented. There is no meeting in December. The next public meeting will be Jan. 20. For more information, call (508) 499-9996 or see www.gokihei.org.
Old foods, new ways at culinary event
The University of Hawaii Maui College's Culinary Academy will host an event that takes a "modern spin" on traditional food favorites from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday at the Leis Family Class Act Restaurant in the Pa'ina Building.
The event, called "Outings," will feature unique takes on food, which could include a compressed fruit salad, which has been through a vacuum chamber. The result is a smoother fruit and one with more flavor, a news release said.
The event is a way for students to showcase their talents and for instructors to gage student knowledge.
Tickets are $40 per person and must be prepaid. There will be a cash bar. For more information and reservations, call 984-3367.
Learn to safely raise poultry at workshop
A workshop on how to safely raise poultry and sell eggs will be held from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Nov. 26 in the QLCC activity room at Kulana Oiwi at 602 Maunaloa Highway on Molokai.
The workshop will cover topics including candling and grading of eggs; washing and good handling practices; packaging and labeling; compliance with federal and state laws; and resources for the backyard egg farmer.
Farmers are encouraged to bring their eggs to the workshop.
To register, go to www.eventbrite.com/event/9211474769.
For more information, contact Lynn Nakamura-Tengan at 244-3242, ext. 222, or email@example.com.
Kula community history program offered
The Kula Community Association will offer a program for residents to learn about the community's history at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Kula Community Center.
A flu shot clinic will begin at 6 p.m., with refreshments at 6:30 p.m., including warm soup.
The main program is titled "Numerous Contributions of Kula's Early Settlers: The Families and the Ethnic Groups Who First Settled in Kula."
It will feature Michael Purdy, an Ulupalakua cowboy who will discuss the contributions by Hawaiians and Hawaiian cowboys. Local historian Laurel Murphy will discuss the original mid-1880s mapping of Kula and Haleakala Ranch. Sarah Shim, vice president of the Kwock Hing Society, will discuss the Chinese settlement in Keokea.
Former Maui County Mayor Elmer Cravalho will discuss the influence of the Portuguese in Kula's development, and farmer Chauncey Monden will talk about the contributions of Japanese farmers and families.
There will also be an election of 2014 officers and board members. Call 283-4376 for more information.