ShaRon Fredy takes on new role at Lahaina Restoration Foundation
LAHAINA — Lahaina Restoration Foundation last week named ShaRon Fredy its program director.
She is replacing Kate Bahr, who is relocating back to Wisconsin.
Fredy joins the foundation with many years of community experience, including serving on the King Kamehameha III School PTA for five years and the Lahaina Intermediate School PTSA the last two years. She is also a board member for Theatre Theatre Maui and public relations volunteer for Habitat for Humanity.
Fredy has been involved in planning and hosting a statewide convention, as well as several public school events.
She has also worked on recent projects with Lahaina Restoration Foundation, including the Progressive Dinner through Lahaina’s historic sites and “Lahaina Plantation Days.”
“I am very excited about the opportunities and challenges that await me. This position will help me continue connecting to Lahaina’s history and the people of this community. I am passionate about preserving the past,” said Fredy.
Lahaina Restoration Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Hawaii nonprofit organization that strives to faithfully restore, maintain and interpret the physical, historical and cultural legacy of Lahaina, the first capital of the Kingdom of Hawaii.
The foundation oversees and maintains 12 major historic structures in Lahaina, including the Baldwin Home Museum, Hale Pa‘i, Lahaina Heritage Museum, Old Lahaina Prison, Wo Hing Museum, Old Lahaina Courthouse and Pioneer Mill Smokestack, and maintains public parks and spaces throughout historic Lahaina Town.