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Mahi Pono’s Fall Harvest Raises $10,000 for Imua Family Services

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Mahi Pono senior vice president of operations, Shan Tsutsui with Tiare Lawrence, director of community relations and Dean Wong, executive director, Imua Family Services. (R to L) PC: Mahi Pono.

Mahi Pono raised $10,000 during its first annual Fall Harvest, with funds to benefit Imua Family Services. The Fall Harvest festival included drive-through pumpkin sales, on Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020 at the Yokouchi Family Estate.

Mahi Pono farm products from the Fall Harvest event. PC: Mahi Pono.

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