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Maui Food Bank Receives Generous Donation from Restaurant Week Wailea Program

December 31, 2014, 11:23 AM HST
* Updated January 3, 10:32 AM
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 Wailea Community Association General Manager Bud Pikrone presents $7,200 in donations to Maui Food Bank Development Director Marlene Rice.  Courtesy photo.


Wailea Community Association General Manager Bud Pikrone presents $7,200 in donations to Maui Food Bank Development Director Marlene Rice. Courtesy photo.

By Maui Now Staff

The Maui Food Bank received over $7,200 in donations from participating Wailea Resort restaurants from their recent “Restaurant Week Wailea” promotion.

Wailea Community Association General Manager Bud Pikrone presented the checks to MFB Development Director Marlene Rice.

Pikrone noted that this is always a great time of year to raise additional funds for the Maui Food Bank.

The annual Restaurant Week Wailea showcases the resort’s dining venues, while providing an opportunity to raise funds for the Maui Food Bank.

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“The response, once again, was a huge success for our restaurants, the local community, visitors and the Maui Food Bank” said Pikrone. “We will continue this very popular dining promotion and have just confirmed our dates for next year–May 24 to 30 and Nov. 1 to 7, 2015.”

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The following Wailea Resort restaurants participated and contributed to the Maui Food Bank: Capische, DUO Steak & Seafood, Fabiani’s Wailea, Gannon’s, Humuhumunukunukuapua‘a, Joe’s Bar & Grill, Ka‘ana Kitchen, Kō, Longhi’s Wailea, Mala Wailea, Manoli’s Pizza Company, Matteo’s Osteria, Migrant Maui, Monkeypod Kitchen by Merriman, Morimoto Maui, Mulligan’s On the Blue, Nick’s Fishmarket Maui, Pita Paradise Bistro Wailea, Ruth’s Chris Steak House Wailea, Spago and Tommy Bahama.

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