Hokulani CTOM News Release
Calling all young actors ages 7 to 16, and aspiring performers! The Hokulani CTOM is thrilled to announce recruitment for their upcoming production of “Christmas Peter Pan.” This enchanting holiday musical play promises to transport audiences to Neverland with a magical twist on the classic tale.
Are you ready to embark on a journey of imagination and creativity? Join us for a mandatory parent and actor meeting and drama workshop on Monday, Sept. 11, at the Home Pumehana Conference Room. The workshop will run from 3:45 to 5:30 p.m. This is an essential step for all potential performers as important details about the production will be shared during the meeting.…
By Maria Angst, Community Reporter
Molokai High School’s (MHS) Farmers inaugurated the 2023 fall season with a win as they defeated the Lanai Pinelasses in girls volleyball at the Barn this past weekend.
On Friday night, Aug. 25, MHS’s volleyball team took the victory in three sets over the Lanai Pinelasses, 25-20, 25-18, 25-15.
Saturday morning, the rematch was held, with Molokai again taking the win in four sets, 3-1. The Lady Farmers advanced the score the first two sets with scores of 25-17 and 25-15. Lanai found their way in the third set 25-15, but the Farmers came right back, winning the last set of the game, 26-24.…
Hawaii Craftsmen News Release
Hawaii Craftsmen presents a public talk by Beth McLaughlin on Wednesday, Sept. 6 from 2-3 p.m. at the Kualapuu Recreation Center.
McLaughlin is the chief curator at Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, Massachusetts. She has held leadership and curatorial roles in the arts and museum fields for nearly 30 years at institutions across the U.S. McLaughlin has curated and organized over 50 exhibitions and has served as a juror for a number of cultural organizations, including American Craft Council, Massachusetts Cultural Council, and Fiber Art Now. She has been published in several books and periodicals, such as American Craft Magazine, Crafting Democracy: Fiber Arts and Activism, and the Decorative Arts Society Newsletter.…
By Ric Ornellas The Molokai High School (MHS) School Community Council (SCC) invites parents, families and the community to a Sept. 20 in-person meeting at 3:30 p.m. at the MHS library to learn what’s in store for students in the 2023-24 school year. All Hawaii public schools have SCCs which play a vital role informing school communities about developing public education, shared goals for all school stakeholders, and are a venue to express opinions, and funding. All are invited to attend in-person to learn and share about MHS students’ successful learning and achievement.
MHS Principal Katina Soares, PhD, motivated teachers and students with her “watch words” for the new school year. …
By Eileen Nims, J.D
Question: Dear Attorney, my partner of 20 years is in the hospital and his daughter is not letting me see him, what are my rights?
This is a question that comes up too often, I’m afraid. Especially in Hawaii, blended families are common and not everyone decides to get officially married the second or third time around. Being married comes with some automatic rights, such as being able to file joint taxes, adding your spouse to your insurance, and making medical decisions on your spouse’s behalf when they can’t if no alternative arrangements have been made.…