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COMMUNITY NEWS for July 26 issue

By Staff | Jul 26, 2012


King Kamehameha III School selling uniforms

LAHAINA – King Kamehameha III Elementary School will have uniforms available for purchase on Thursday, July 26, and Friday, July 27, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Sales will be held in front of the Administration Office. Both green and gray uniform shirts can be purchased for $7 each.

Bus applications and payments, as well as School Lunch payments, will also be accepted at this time. Cash or personal checks will be accepted for uniforms and the bus. School Lunch payments are cash only.


Spellman elected to Democratic Party post

WEST MAUI – Kevin Spellman was recently elected to the position of Democratic chairman for District Ten, which includes north of Kapalua to North Kihei, at the Democratic Caucus.

Spellman will talk to residents and business owners throughout the summer to gain an understanding of the most important issues facing members of the West Side community. Early discussions with community members indicate education is a top concern.

Follow District 10 developments on social media: @D10_Maui_Dems on Twitter and facebook.com/D10 MauiDems.


Store to hold free class

KAHANA – Aloha Clean Pro Supply in Kahana Gateway Shopping Center will hold a class, “Carpeting and Upholstery Stain Removal,” on Tuesday, July 31.

The free class is set for 5 to 6 p.m. Call 669-0015.


Enrich your marriage

KIHEI – Hawaii Worldwide Marriage Encounter will present a One-Day Enrichment based on the book written by Dr. Frank W. Nelson on Saturday, Aug. 4, from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at St. Theresa Church in Kihei.

The fee of $30 per couple includes lunch.

To register, call Lee and Tanya Barbero at (808) 268-1578. The registration deadline is July 31.

Good communication is the key to a love that never ends. This one-day enrichment provides busy couples time to “talk and listen” in meaningful ways.


‘Hope Ball’ a party with a purpose

WAILEA – In the quest to help eradicate and fight cancer, the American Cancer Society is planning its inaugural gala, “Hope Ball: A Small World, A Big Purpose,” on Saturday, Aug. 11, at 5 p.m. at the Grand Wailea Hotel Resort and Spa.

This year’s theme stresses that cancer touches people worldwide. The ball will raise much-needed funds to save more lives and create a world with more birthdays through research, education, advocacy and services.

The evening will feature gourmet cuisine, silent and live auctions, dance tunes by Deja Vu and island music by Alika Nako’oka.

The Hope Ball will honor this year’s Mana’olana Award recipient, Dr. Bobby C. Baker, for his commitment to improving the quality of life of cancer patients through lifesaving treatments and for his leadership in cancer care for Maui County.

For more information, or to purchase tickets, call 244-5554 or visit www.HopeBallMaui.org.