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COMMUNITY NEWS for June 11 issue

June 11, 2015
Lahaina News

Softball team to hold car wash fundraiser

LAHAINA - The Hawaii Pearls Maui 14U Fast Pitch Softball Team will hold a car wash fundraiser on Saturday, June 13, from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Lahaina Gateway in the parking lot fronting Barnes & Noble.

The team will be taking a 25-day trip to Colorado and California to play in three tournaments. The team thanks everyone for their support, especially Patti Link and Lahaina Gateway.

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The Maui Jim OceanFest presented by Maui Jim Sunglasses was held last weekend in the waters of Kaanapali Beach fronting the Kaanapali Beach Hotel. Seventy-nine top ocean sports athletes competed in ten individual sprint races in multi-disciplined events, including swimming, paddle boarding and surf-ski racing. Visit http://mauijimoceanfest.com for photos and results.

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Kaanapali Golf Courses to offer FootGolf

KAANAPALI - Kaanapali Golf Courses, managed by Billy Casper Golf, will begin offering FootGolf to the general public on Friday, June 12, with a ceremony at 3:30 p.m. on the first tee of the Kaanapali Kai Course, followed by a complimentary game open to the public.

Nine and 18 holes of FootGolf will be available at Kaanapali after 3:30 p.m. seven days a week starting at $15 to walk and an additional $15 to ride a shared golf cart. Players can bring their own soccer balls or rent one for $5 per round.

Kaanapali Golf Courses is the first facility on Maui to offer FootGolf, joining several other Billy Casper Golf-managed courses across America to launch the program in 2015.

"We are excited to present FootGolf, a new way for families and non-golfers to experience recreational golf," said Ed Kageyama, PGA general manager at Kaanapali Golf Courses. "Summer is the perfect time to kick off (no pun intended) FootGolf, as school break has just begun."

In FootGolf, each hole is assigned a "par," and players tee off using a soccer ball, strategically kicking it until they make it in the 21-inch cup. Holes are cut into the rough to protect conditions of fairways and greens, and to avoid affecting everyday golfers. The American FootGolf League provides a rulebook for players to follow. For more information, visit www.kaanapaligolfcourses.com.

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WMTA to hold Breakfast with the Mayor

WEST MAUI - Join the West Maui Taxpayers Association and Slappy Cakes for a pancake breakfast with Mayor Alan Arakawa as the guest speaker on Monday, June 29, from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at Slappy Cakes at Honokowai Marketplace.

Breakfast will include Slappy Cakes' pancake griddle experience, buffet with breakfast meats, and coffee, tea and juice.

Admission is free for WMTA members. The cost for nonmembers is $10 per adult and $5 for children 12 and under. Non-members can choose to join WMTA, which will then make breakfast free. Seating is limited. Register online at www.westmaui.org, e-mail wmta@maui .net or call 661-7990.

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Frank De Rego to speak at Hawaiian chamber meeting

WAIKAPU - Frank R. De Rego Jr., director of business development projects for Maui Economic Development Board, will be the featured speaker at the Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce's Annual Meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 18, at Maui Tropical Plantation in Waikapu.

For reservations, visit www.mnhcoc.org or call (808) 633-3079 by Sunday, June 14.

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LHS graduates awarded scholarships

LAHAINA - The Maui Scottish Rite Bodies, Valley of Kahului awarded $1,000 scholarships to two 2015 graduating students of Lahainaluna High School: Kari Hashimura and Kaile Stockham.

The checks were presented on June 2 at an award ceremony at the group's lodge in Kahului.

The Maui Scottish Rite Bodies, Valley of Kahului grants scholarships each year.

 
 

 

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