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For home the service tells.
Lori Tsuhako is an
administrator with the Homeless Programs office in the Hawaii Department of
Human Services. She is the former Director of Housing and Human Concerns for
Maui County and was a Social Worker for Casey Family Programs.
Four strings, two octaves, one Jake.
Shimabukuro is an ukulele virtuoso – as if you didn’t know – and he’ll be
performing at the Hawaii Theatre on Saturday with his First Annual Jake
Shimabukuro and Friends concert.
Phoning it in: the generational divide of
Lisa Maruyama is the president and CEO of the
Hawai`i Alliance of Nonprofit Organizations.
HANO works to strengthen and unite nonprofits sector to improve the quality of life in Hawaii.
Saving history: the bill of Bailey House.
Schnepp is the Executive Director of the Maui Historical Society, which runs
the Bailey House Museum in Wailuku.
This Saturday they’re holding their 11th annual fundraiser, “E Hooulu
Aloha – To Grow in Love.”
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