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Women's fund of Hawaii announces board members

Women's fund of Hawaii announces board members

Women’s Fund of Hawai`i has announced two new members to its board of directors for three-year terms.

The new members are Mahina Eleneki Hugo and Kalei Cadinha Pua`a.

Hugo is the head of school at La Pietra – Hawaii School for Girls. Prior to accepting that role in 2007, Hugo was assistant head of school and middle school dean, in addition to holding other teaching, leadership and administrative positions.

A recipient of the University of Hawaii (UH) Circle of Honor Award, she was named the “most inspirational player of the year” on the 1987 UH Wahine national championship team. She holds a B.A.in sociology and an M.Ed. in private school leadership.

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Hawaii Skin Cancer Coalition to host “Have Fun in the Sun and Love Your Skin”

Event part of Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month


On Friday, May 10, 2013, all 875 students at Kawananakoa Middle School will participate in the planting of 24 native Hawaiian trees on the school campus.  This planting expands a project begun in May 2011 that created a native Hawaiian arboretum on school grounds, which is mauka of downtown Honolulu in the historic Liliha community.  Tree species to be planted include ‘ohi’a lehua, milo, lonomea, and kou.

The opening ceremony will begin at 11:40 AM at Kawananakoa Playground which adjoins the school campus. Following the ceremony, classes will take turns planting the trees, by grade level, from 12:15 to 1:30 pm.

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Complete Streets Demonstration on Cooke Street

Hele On Kakaʽako and Kamehameha Schools bring

Complete Streets to life in Our Kakaʽako

RevoluSun Promotes Evan Wong to Oahu Project Manager

RevoluSun Promotes Evan Wong to Oahu Project Manager

RevoluSun, Hawaii’s leading provider of residential and commercial solar systems, has promoted Evan Wong to a project manager for its Oahu division.

In his new role, Wong will oversee RevoluSun’s residential solar projects, working with homeowners as their custom system is designed and installed.

Prior to becoming a project manager, he was a backer board installer at RevoluSun. Before joining RevoluSun, Wong owned and operated a handyman business servicing realtors and property managers.

Wong presently attends Hawaii Community College.

He currently resides in Kahaluu.


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Hawaii Meth Project Announces Winner of Special Meth Award in the HMSA’s Teen Video Contest

Hawaii Meth Project Announces Winner of Special Meth Award in the HMSA’s Teen Video Contest

Student from Kapaa High School Top Winner with “Goals” Video 

HONOLULU—May 9, 2013—Last night, at a Hollywood-themed red carpet event, the Hawaii Meth Project joined the Hawaii Medical Service Association (HMSA) to honor and congratulate Hawaii teens who participated in this year’s HMSA Teen Video Awards Contest, including Kaylee Silva from Kapaa High School, who won the special Hawaii Meth Project award. For the fourth year in a row, the Hawaii Meth Project has partnered with HMSA to increase awareness about the risks of methamphetamine by hosting a special award in the addiction prevention category within the Teen Video Awards Contest, honoring videos dealing specifically with meth.