Maui Managing Director, Keith Regan is the recipient of the Counsul General’s Certificate of Commendation for his role in the Aloha Initiative campaign.
Mariel Jacinto will help to coordinate the scholarship program as part of her senior project at King Kekaulike High School.
The event, organized by the Japanese Cultural Society of Maui will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday, August 6, 2011 at the Japanese garden at Kepaniwai Park in Iao Valley.
Today, Don Horner, First Hawaiian Bank chairman and chief executive officer, reported that net income for the first half 2011 was $107.1 million, up a modest 1% over the first half of 2010.
With the second group of Japanese survivors of the March 11 Japan earthquake/tsunami due to arrive today, First Hawaii Bank is extending its donation collection period for the Aloha Initiative to July 30.
Twenty eight Japanese students and chaperones will spend 19 days on Maui for respite care following the devastation of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami.
Three survivors of the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan will discuss their experiences with the public on Maui.
A Maui company donated 50 prepaid cell phones and phone cards toward The Aloha Initiative Campaign, as the first beneficiaries of the program landed in Hawaii this weekend.
Organizers of the Aloha Initiative today launched a clothing drive for families arriving in Hawai’i from Japan.
Hawaiian Airlines is contributing free interisland flights, and discounted fares in support of the Aloha Initiative, a program launched and organized on Maui.
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