COMMUNITY NEWS for April 18, 2013
DMVL Lahaina satellite office to remain open during construction
WAILUKU – The Lahaina satellite office of the Division of Motor Vehicles and Licensing (DMVL) will remain open for business for the next couple of weeks despite ongoing construction in the area.
The office will stay open until May 3 at its current location at Lahaina Center off Front Street. After May 3, the office will relocate to the Lahaina Gateway Center.
Maui County Communications Director Rod Antone said, “Although the office will be moving in early May, we would like to assure the public that despite the construction, the office will remain open until May 3rd. DMVL customers may have to detour around certain construction areas to get to the office, but it is open for business until May 3rd.”
A number of DMVL forms are also available online; visit www.mauicounty.gov/DMVL and select “Electronic Forms.”
A news release will go out later this month to announce the opening date of the new DMVL satellite office at Lahaina Gateway.
Navy League to meet
LAHAINA – The Navy League of the United States/Maui Council will meet in Lahaina at 2 p.m. on April 21. Members and prospective members are welcome.
For information and the Lahaina meeting location, contact Susan Nealy at (503) 936-4092.
The Navy League of the United States is the foremost citizens’ organization to serve, support and stand with all the sea services – the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and U.S.-flag Merchant Marine.
The Navy League has three missions: to enhance the morale of active duty personnel and their families; to inform Congress and the American public on the importance of strong sea services; and to support youth through programs that expose young people to the values of sea services.
Recycling event slated in Lahaina
LAHAINA – In partnership with Hammerhead Metals Recycling, Community Work Day Program will coordinate an event in the Lahaina Cannery Mall front parking lot to promote recycling and reuse of many household items.
On Saturday, April 20, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., recycling agencies will be on-hand to accept scrap metal; bicycles; appliances; computers; TVs and electronic waste; beverage containers; cooking oil; cellular phones; household, vehicle and laptop batteries; printer cartridges; newspaper; cardboard; telephone books; magazines; used eye glasses; hearing aids; books; reusable paint; clothing; and household items.
The event will NOT accept tires, motor oil or hazardous fluids.
The event is being held in partnership with Hammerhead Metals, Maui Disposal, Maui Friends of the Library, Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Maui, The Lions Club, Pacific Biodiesel and the County of Maui. Participants are encouraged to bring a nonperishable food donation. Call 877-2524.
‘Exploring the Brain’ workshop slated
KAHULUI – Grandparents and their grandchildren are invited to spend a morning of fun and learning with the University of Hawaii at Manoa Cooperative Extension on Saturday, April 20, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the “Exploring the Brain” workshop.
Participants will explore and participate in games and activities that are healthy for brains of all ages. This workshop is most ideal for elementary age students and their grandparents. Space is limited, so preregistration is required.
The workshop will be held in the University of Hawaii Maui College Community Services Building. The cost is $5 per family payable at the door
To register, contact Heather Greenwood at email@example.com or 244-3242, extension 226.
Women Helping Women offers support at Lahaina office
LAHAINA – If you are a victim of domestic violence, Women Helping Women is there for you.
Whether you need emergency shelter, a temporary restraining order, court advocacy or just someone to talk to, call the 24-hour hotline at (808) 579-9581.
In Lahaina, call 661-7111.