I Love Lāhainā Event Raises Money for West Maui Schools

January 30, 2015, 11:12 AM HST · Updated February 2, 2:14 PM
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By Maui Now Staff

West Maui Schools received $20,000 from an I Love Lāhainā event last November that was funded by Safeway, Property Development Centers and Lāhainā Cannery Mall.

King Kamehameha III School, Lāhainā Intermediate School, Lahainaluna High School, Maui Preparatory Academy, Princess Nahiʻenaʻena Elementary School and Sacred Hearts School were the beneficiaries of the fundraising event.

The event featured food, entertainment and showcased student talent on stage. The individual schools created and sold items to raise funds.

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“I am so grateful to Lāhainā Cannery Mall, Safeway, Property Development Centers and all the
sponsors and auction donors for creating this fundraising event for the schools of West Maui,” said Lori
P. Ulman, music/drama teacher at Sacred Hearts School in Lāhainā. “These funds will be of great help to our music and drama departments.”

“We’re proud to support the West Maui Schools in helping to build a solid foundation for the youth of
today and support the education of our community,” said Lāhainā Cannery Mall General Manager Lynn Okamoto.

Pacific Media Group’s KPOA radio was also a sponsor of the fundraising event, providing DJs, and donating over $3,000 in student-recorded PSAs and items for the silent auction.

Lahaina Cannery Mall is located on the north end of Lāhainā Town fronting Honoapi‘ilani Highway and Front Street.

For more information, call (808) 661-5304 or visit LahainaCanneryMall.com.

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