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Community News

Student voices

Na leo means “the voices.” And so Na Leo is an appropriate name for our college’s literary review which showcases our students’ voices in several different media. It is part of the UH-MC Board of Student Publications and it provides a platform for our students to express themselves in ...

MEO delivers gifts on Lanai

Maui Economic Opportunity helped deliver 10 bicycles and 200 senior gift bags to Lanai residents on Christmas Day. The nonprofit delivered the bicycles to King’s Chapel Lanai for storage before Christmas Day. Freedom Ministries donated the bicycles and King’s Chapel coordinated the gift ...

Internships offered to female students

Learning Endeavors is offering two paid internships from Feb. 14 to June 13 for two female post-secondary students or recent high school graduates currently living on Maui. The semester-long internship is a part of Learning Endeavors’ Champions of Coastal Resilience Program, which ...

PWF Run & Walk for Whales goes virtual

Pacific Whale Foundation’s annual Run & Walk for the Whales will be held virtually Feb. 1-28. Participants can walk, jog or run 14.9 miles — the distance from the organization’s headquarters in Maalaea to its retail Ocean Store in Lahaina — anywhere at any time in February to ...

Maui Health receives $300K for new program

Maui Health Foundation has received a $300,000 gift from Tom and Kathleen O’Gorman for the development of a provider wellness program at Maui Health. The provider wellness program is being developed to focus on the holistic health and well-being of community physicians providing care at ...

MEO selects assistant transportation director

Maui Economic Opportunity has named Sherrilynn Nishikuni as its assistant director of transportation, the No. 2 post in the nonprofit’s transportation department. In her 21 years at MEO, Nishikuni has driven buses and served as a dispatcher/reservationist, scheduler/planner and lead ...