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‘Rotary on the Road’ tours Kapalua’s Hui Momona Farms

KAPALUA — On a recent damp and misty Sunday morning, 12 members and friends from the Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunset had the opportunity to attend a “Rotary on the Road” Vocational Tour of Hui Momona Farms. This 25-acre facility and working farm sits atop the scenic Kapalua ...

Councilmember King: County should end Clean Water Act case

WAILUKU — One day after federal Judge Susan Oki Mollway issued an order requiring Maui County to get discharge permits for Lahaina injection wells under the Clean Water Act, County Councilwoman Kelly Takaya King urged Mayor Michael Victorino to not appeal the decision. ...

Charity Walk returns to help Maui Nui non-profits

WAILUKU — The Maui Hotel & Lodging Association (MHLA) is pleased to announce that after having to cancel the 2020 Visitor Industry Charity Walk due to COVID-19 restrictions, the event is back this year and completely online. Instead of a physical event as has been held in the ...

Hawaiiana Management Company Ltd. promotes April Lum

LAHAINA — April Lum has been promoted to Director, West Maui Operations at Hawaiiana Management Company. Lum joined Hawaiiana Management in January 2019 as Office Coordinator and Management Executive, and she was instrumental in opening the office in August 2019. In June ...

Rotarians clean up graffiti

LAHAINA — Over 92 “tags” were scrubbed off walls, fire hydrants, signs, trash cans and other surfaces around Lahaina by members of the Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise. Additionally, the members painted over graffiti on the Kahoma Stream bridge, the wall of the carport facing the ...

Lahaina surfer Summer Macedo competing to qualify for the WCT

LAHAINA — The nurturing nature of island culture is manifested here on the West Side in the sparkling surfing career of Summer Macedo. The 20-year-old daughter of Jennifer and Ronaldo Macedo grew up in the warmth and care of her parents and the Lahaina community to rise up to the ...

Members sought for new Paratransit Advisory Committee

WAILUKU — A new Paratransit Advisory Committee — being formed to improve paratransit travel — is seeking members. The committee will consist of six to nine members, who may be riders, caregivers, business owners, representatives of government and nonprofit organizations, and the ...