COMMUNITY NEWS for July 14 issue
Meet Ellen Levinsky
LAHAINA – Come “Meet the Artists” at Lahaina Arts Society. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., local artists will be demonstrating in the Banyan Tree Gallery in the Old Lahaina Courthouse.
Next week, talk story with feather artist Ellen Levinsky on Tuesday, July 19. Bring your friends and family to see how the magic is created by this local artist.
For more information, call 661-0111 or visit www.lahainaarts.com.
Maui Electric reminds customers to call 811 before digging
KAHULUI – Maui Electric Company reminds customers to call 811 before doing any excavation work at home. This national number will connect you to the Hawaii One Call Center (also available by calling 1-866-423-7287). This free service can help to locate or mark any underground utility lines, including electric, gas, water, sewer, telecommunications, and cable.
Customers should call the Hawaii One Call Center at least five days prior to digging. The call center operates 24/7 and will alert Maui Electric, so the company can mark or indicate the underground pipeline path, provide information about the route or give clearance to dig.
All-class Trojan Reunion slated
WAILUKU – A group of volunteer alumni from St. Anthony School is spearheading an all-class Trojan Reunion in Las Vegas.
Festivities include an Aloha Reception on Friday, Sept. 30, at the Main Street Hotel and a banquet at the Sam Boyd California Hotel and Casino on Saturday, Oct. 1. Reservation forms are due Monday, Aug. 1, 2016.
For more information and a form, contact event Chair Charmaine Tavares at (808) 283-2818 or via e-mail at
email@example.com. Reservation forms are also available on the school’s website, sasmaui.org, under the Alumni link.
It will be a fun weekend filled with music, food, door prizes, a raffle, entertainment and definitely memories.
Lahaina students make Honor Roll at Oregon State University
CORVALLIS, OREGON – Lahaina students Maile E. Altier and Amanda K. Matsuda made the Scholastic Honor Roll for the spring term at Oregon State University.
Both are juniors studying kinesiology. Altier earned a straight-A average, and Matsuda’s grade point average was 3.5 or better.