Photo courtesy of Kapualei Ranch
Kapualei Ranch News Release
Kapualei Ranch, one of the oldest ranches on the island of Molokai, was host to Tutu and Me Traveling Pre-School twice this month. In order to accommodate maximum visitors, two different tours were organized on Wednesday, May 25 and Thursday, May 26.
Ranch Manager, Joey Lorenzo, was present to personally guide the visitors and oversee the arrangements. According to Lorenzo, the event was full of entertainment and excitement for everyone.
“Kapualei Ranch has a tradition of giving back to the community in any manner possible. We respect all that Tutu and Me does and we did our best to provide an environment where they could come together and have a positive experience,” he said.…
FMHMSF News Release
Friends of Molokai High and Middle Schools Foundation (FMHMSF) has been awarded a $7000 grant by the Office of Hawaiian Affairs for the 2017 fiscal year. The support will allow the organization to continue to hold its annual Future Fest College and Career Fair at Molokai High School.
The mission of this event is to maximize the opportunities for students in grades seven to 12 to speak with a variety of college or career representatives from six of the different career pathways: Arts and Communication, Business, Health Services, Natural Resources, Industrial and Engineering Technology, Public and Human Services.…
Waialua Congregational Church News Release
Vendors are invited to register for the East End Farmer’s Market at Waialua, sponsored by the Waialua Congregational Church on Saturday, June 4, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
If you are interested in selling your goods, handcrafted items, fresh produce and plants, livestock, fresh fish, baked goods, hand crafted items, apparel, household items, woodcarving, ancient Hawaiian weapons, etc., we are looking for all types of good things.
Registration deadline is May 20. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or call 808-658-6454. Reasonably priced space fees at $10 per six-foot space, please make your checks payable to Waialua Congregational Church and if possible, bring your own table and chairs, limited number available.…
Maui Police Department News Release
As the end of the school year approaches, the Maui Police Department would like to extend our congratulations to the graduating class of 2016. With the increase in celebrations, police will be placing an emphasis in the detection of underage drinkers, distracted drivers, and conducting sobriety checkpoints.
An underage drinker is defined as any person below the age of 21 years who consumes or is in possession or custody of liquor in any public place, gathering, beach or park, or in any motor vehicle on a public highway.
Hawaii’s law bans the use of hand-held mobile electronic devices while operating a motor vehicle.…
Full Heart Productions News Release
This coming Memorial Day weekend, May 27-31, the sounds of the happiest instrument on earth will once again fill the lodge at Pu`u O Hoku Ranch as the Ukulele Ohana Molokai workshop and its teacher Lono, return for the fifth year.
The theme this year will be Mele O`o or powerful music. Participants will learn the deep roots of Old Style Hawaiian music with Lono on their ukulele, and to experience the vibrant community of Molokai. When asked what inspires him to write and teach Lono says, “The line between the past and the present, through our ancestors, prepares us for the future.…
Rep. DeCoite News Release
Last week, Representative Lynn DeCoite (D- East Maui, Molokai, Lanai) filed her papers to seek election to the District 13 seat in the Hawaii State House of Representatives, the seat she was appointed to by Governor Ige on Feb. 19, 2015 to fill the remainder of the two year term of the late Mele Carroll.
“Being appointed to represent District 13 was a tremendous honor. It has been a whirl-wind adventure; I don’t think I’ve ever been so inspired, amazed, overwhelmed, tired, and energized all at the same time- and I wouldn’t change one second of it!…
UHMCM News Release
Once every four years, the college invites the community to join us in honoring our University of Hawaii Maui College (UHMC), Molokai graduates. On Friday, May 13, we held our quadrennial commencement ceremony to celebrate the awarding of 87 Associate Degrees, 17 Bachelors Degrees and 12 Masters Degrees since 2012.
There were 42 graduates who participated in the commencement ceremony. The graduates’ ages ranged from 17-59; representing 42 years of separation. Shyla Purdy-Avelino was the youngest graduate to ever earn her Associate Degree on Molokai at the age of 17. She double majored in Liberal Arts and Hawaiian Studies and is planning to pursue a Bachelors Degree at the University of Hawaii in Hilo in the Fall. …
Baha’i Community of Molokai News Release
Noted artist and author, Mr. Hooper Dunbar, will speak on Tuesday, May 31 at 5:30 p.m. at Kalele Bookstore in Kaunakakai.
His topic is the title of his book, “Forces of Our Time: The Dynamics of Light and Darkness,” which addresses the many forces at play in the age in which we live and how spirit manifests itself in the realm of matter as capacity is developed.
Dunbar’s artistic works have been featured in shows by the Royal Academy of Arts in London, the National Academy of Arts in Shanghai and at the United Nations in New York City, among others.…
Aha Kiole o Molokai News Release
The Maui County Planning Department started the review process for The Molokai Community Plan, which included many meetings of different groups and covered all aspects of Molokai. At first, the Molokai community was not participating, so the Aha Kiole got involved and held five meetings in each of the five Moku to let people know what was going on, how important the Molokai Community Plan was and ask people what they wanted to put into the plan.
Last week, the plan came before the Molokai Planning Commission for the final of many Commission meetings. The Aha Kiole o Molokai, Office of Hawaiian Affairs, UH Law School and many in the Molokai community joined forces to make sure the mana`o of our community was pa`a in the plan.…
Tutu and Me News Release
The Hawaiian value ho`omaika`i, is to have a spirit of gratitude and thankfulness. Gratitude is a learned behavior, and we can teach keiki about ho`omaika`i by our good examples and the examples of others around them. Developing an attitude of gratitude can take patience and practice. Help keiki to notice the many things around us that we can be thankful for: family and friends, a healthy body, a place to live, food for our table, the beautiful sky and ocean, and so much more. Talk about thankfulness and why it’s important. Children who learn gratitude become more sensitive to the feelings of others and develop empathy and other life skills as they grow.…