WAIMEA — Since 1986, North Hawaii Hospice has been providing end-of-life care and support for their local community members. The in-home care by their trained staff and volunteers has eased the journey out of life and given support to family and friends left behind.
KAPAAU — Most people know STEM as a project-based approach to teaching with an emphasis on science, technology, engineering and math.
Ninth Halau O Po’ohala recital bridges 159-year legacy: From ancient Laka chants to Iolani Luahine Fest winning dances to art, music and instrument auction
WAIMEA — Generations of Hawaii’s revered Beamer-Solomon cultural practitioners, singers, dancers and chanters — many of whom have been recognized for lifetime contributions creating, preserving and perpetuating the music and dance of Hawaii, including the late beloved Mahi Beamer — will be celebrated Feb. 24 at Kahilu Theatre during the ninth annual “Eia Ka Hula” recital by keiki to kupuna Halau O Po’ohala students.
Think of Your Future Workshop will be held from 9 a.m.-noon this Saturday, led by Ed Hickey, an AARP volunteer educator. To make the most of your future, attend this program for unbiased information to help make smart financial decisions to live the life desired. Featured topics include 10 steps to get ready for retirement, social security retiree, family benefits and an introduction to Medicare.
KOHALA — Later this month, Kohala children will learn how they can dream big and utilize positive leadership and teamwork while hosting their first Kidz For A Cause (KFAC) FUNraiser in their town Feb. 24 at the Kohala Village HUB.
Tiana Bertelmann-Tabac, Braden Kojima and Kamaha’o Shimaoka were among 459 undergraduate students at Pacific University to achieve a term GPA of 3.70 or higher while completing 12 or more graded hours during the fall 2017 semester. All three are from Kamuela.