COMMUNITY NEWS for April 25 issue
West Maui Lions to host fashion show fundraiser
KAPALUA – The West Maui Lions Club of Lahaina will host its third annual scholarship fundraiser, “Fashions and Fun,” at The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua on Saturday, June 1, from 6 to 9 p.m.
The evening will include a fashion show, live and silent auctions, dancing and live entertainment. Funds raised from this event will benefit both Lahainaluna High School and Maui Preparatory Academy graduates.
To support this worthy effort, mail donations or gift certificates to West Maui Lions, P.O. Box 10853, Lahaina, HI 96761. Donations may also be picked up.
“Many thanks for your kind consideration and contribution to the bright future of the graduates who are continuing higher education,” noted Linda Elms, event chair.
Online registration for the fashion show is available at www.westmauilions.org. For tickets, contact Elms at 276-1191 or email@example.com.
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.
A number of DMVL forms are also available online; visit www.mauicounty.gov/DMVL and select “Electronic Forms.”
Rain garden workshop set
KAHULUI – The Sustainable Living Institute of Maui (SLIM) at the University of Hawaii Maui College, Water Institute for Sustainability Education and Roth Ecological Design International LLC will present a free two-day workshop, “Rain Gardens: A Free Workshop on Design and Creation,” for K-12 educators, school garden coordinators, county representatives and the interested public.
On Saturday and Sunday, April 27-28, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., attendees will learn about rain gardens and how they can be applied as tools in the management of storm water.
The second day will be completely hands-on, as attendees learn teaching strategies while helping with the installation of a rain garden in the new SLIM UHMC Community Garden.
Attendees can sign up for one or both days. For information, or to register, call 984-3379.
Rummage Sale set
WAILUKU – On Saturday, May 4, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Neighbors Helping Neighbors will hold a bargain-hunters’ dream Rummage Sale in the Baldwin High School Cafeteria.
Shop for bargain furniture, clothing, books, household goods, baked goods and more.
Proceeds will benefit Neighbors Helping Neighbors’ Aloha Cruisers senior transportation program.
Donations of saleable items are welcome. Call 249-2545 or visit www. naho aloha.org.
Foundation to hold Summer Ocean Camp
MAALAEA – Adventure, discovery, field trips, scientific investigation, art, fun and ocean advocacy will all be part of the program for campers at Pacific Whale Foundation’s Ocean Camp this summer.
The summer session takes place from May 28 to July 26 and is open to children entering grades K-5.
Ocean Camp is located at PWF’s air-conditioned Discovery Center in Maalaea. It’s staffed by friendly, enthusiastic and energetic professionals with years of teaching and summer camp experience.
To view the daily camp schedule for each weekly session and download a camp flyer and enrollment form, visit www.pacificwhale.org/content/ocean-discovery-camp-1. For information, call 249-8811, extension 1.