Noted Historian Adesina Ogunelese to present a series of Black History Month programs at Makawao Public Library in February 2012

Adesina Ogunelese, a noted historian of African and African-American History, will share her knowledge with Maui’s youth in a series of readings for Black History Month under the theme of “Divas, Dancers and a Millionaire” at the Makawao Public Library. “I grew up in the 50’s and 60’s where not much Black History was taught […]

Maui WiRE Hosts Governor Neil Abercrombie at Women in Renewable Energy Luncheon

Maui women are invited to join the newly-formed local chapter of Women in Renewable Energy (WiRE) for a Q&A luncheon featuring Governor Neil Abercrombie on Feb. 9 at UH Maui College’s Class Act Restaurant from 11:30am to 1pm. WiRE is a networking association for women helping to create a sustainable Hawaii powered by clean energy. WiRE […]

Baldwin High School will Celebrate 75 year anniversary, Public is invited to planning meeting

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  Who knew Baldwin High School was so old? Lahainaluna celebrated their 75th with a town parade in ’06, perhaps Baldwin will do the same.  A kick-off meeting to begin planning H.P. Baldwin High School’s 75th Anniversary celebration will be held in the school’s library workroom on Tuesday, February 7, from 5 to 6 p.m. The […]

Maui’s Imua Family Services Named Best Places to Work 2012

Hawaii Business Magazine has named Imua Family Services one of the best places to work in the state. This follows a national recognition from the Nonprofit Times. “What makes Imua Family Services a great place to work? Three things: Doing great work for children and families on Maui; working with a stellar team of dedicated […]

Pacific Whale Foundation snags 2011 WorkBoat Environmental Award, Interview with Greg Kaufman, and Save the Whales updates

The Pacific Whale Foundation (PWF) has been honing their green practices skill for 32 years, but on a mainstream level for businesses it’s a relatively new thing. Workboat Magazine and its website workboat.com is a resource for commercial marine professionals and recognizes these marine businesses doing the right thing at their annual Environmental Awards. This […]

Elite Hearing Network hosts local Sandsculpting fundraiser for National Guard while on Maui

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More than 700 hearing industry experts from 185 different care practices will come together on Maui for the Elite Hearing Network, which will be held at the Grand Wailea Feb 8-12. With their ear cocked to our local community, they have decided to host Operation Sandtastic, a sand sculpting team competition to raise money for […]

New Doctors Announced at Kaiser Permanente Maui

Kaiser Permanente Maui is expanding their team with the addition of Adam Cabalo, MD, orthopedic surgeon; Lev Grunstein, MD, ophthalmologist; and Andrew Tan, general surgeon. All will work at the Wailuku clinic. These doctors join the crew of over 450 physicians and providers in Hawaii’s largest medical group. Hawaii Permanente Medical Group takes care of […]

Mass SPCA Maui spay neuter joint effort with Feline Foundation and Maui Humane Society

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Chances are you have seen a feral cat or 12 on Maui. MauiTime reported on the problem of the island’s wild cats back in November 2009. Since then the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) formed a chapter here as an all-volunteer non-profit player in the homeless pets issue on the the […]

American Resort Development Association of Hawaii Awards Two Kahului Maui Students with 2011 Scholarship

Chassidy Sakamoto and Bronson Maulupe-Kanae, two Hawaii Pacific University students from Kahului, were awarded $1,000 from the American Resort Development Association of Hawaii’s (ARDA-Hawaii) Steve Hirano Memorial Scholarship for the 2011-2012 academic year. Maulupe-Kanae graduated from Maui High School in 2009 and is scheduled to graduate from HPU with a bachelor’s degree in the spring […]

Helping Moms In Hawaii Network Holds Event on Friday, Sept. 16 at Maui McDonald’s On Dairy Road

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By Jen Russo Esme Infante Nii, founder of the Moms In Hawaii network, is on Maui to host a meet-and-greet to foster more inter-island participation. The even takes place at the Dairy Road McDonald’s in Kahului at 10:30am this Friday, Sept. 16. “In the nearly five years that I’ve been building online communities for moms […]