By Paula Scott, Hawaii Craftsmen Board of Directors, Molokai Representative
The Hawaii Craftsmen 2018 Annual Statewide Juried Exhibition is proud to announce its 51st installation, which will be held at the Honolulu Museum of Art School, Main Gallery. The exhibition is free to the public, and opens for viewing from Oct. 25 through Nov. 11. Our juror this year will be Isabella Ellaheh Hughes, Co-Founder and Director of the Honolulu Biennial Foundation.
On behalf of the Hawaii Craftsmen Association, congratulations goes out to Molokai artists Dan Bennett, Terry Klerlein, Kim Markham and Paula Scott, whose submitted works was juried into the 2018 Annual Statewide Juried Exhibition.…
Photo by Naupaka Kamai
The Molokai High School Boys and Girls Air Riflery teams finished their seasons at the MIL Championships last Saturday at Baldwin’s Jon Garcia Gym.
The Lady Farmers were led by Maria Angst, who finished in 16th place overall with a score of 482. Melody Kaili-Kalua finished in 52nd with a score of 433. The girls took seventh place as a team.
For the boys, Gavin Makekau was the tops finisher in 54th with a score of 433 and Charles Kamai-Cacpal was 69th with 412 points. Molokai finished sixth in the team standings.
A total of 98 shooters from all over Maui County participated in this year’s championships.…
By Fr. Pat Killilea, St. Francis Church, Kalaupapa
“When the rains came, I looked to heaven. When they washed away my dreams, I cried all night. In my heart I knew you’d be there because I felt the love and then I saw the light.”
As a lover of good vocalists who give us good music and meaningful lyrics (I do sing in the shower on occasion), I have been haunted in recent days by these lyrics, sung by singer and song writer, Beth Rowley. Beth, born in Lima Peru to missionaries, grew up in their native city of Bristol, Wales and has been giving voice to both soul and gospel music.…
County of Maui News Release
E-Cycling, the county-sponsored electronics recycling program, has been temporarily closed at Molokai’s Naiwa Landfill until Jan. 2, 2019.
Changes to the e-waste market, which involves collecting, shipping and processing electronic equipment such as computers, monitors, printers and TVs, are cited as the reason behind the closure.
“E-waste markets have changed and immediately affect how e-waste can cost-effectively be collected and shipped from Molokai to be processed on the Mainland,” said Kevin Collins, owner of ECycling Maui and the county’s new E-Cycling program contractor.
Molokai residents will again be able to recycle computers, monitors, printers and TVs with the program starting Jan.…
Their hands joined together, hundreds of women from around the world racing in the 40th annual Na Wahine O Ke Kai took collective breaths during the pule at Hale O Lono before the start of the grueling channel crossing. A deep history of wahine have crossed before them.
In 1954, two years after the men’s channel race began, a women’s crew proposed to make the crossing but coaches and officials believed the Ka’iwi Channel to be too dangerous for women to handle. It was more than 20 years before two crews of women made the first unofficial crossing in 1975. On Oct.…