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JCCIH Installation Banquet
JCCIH Installation Banquet
JCCIH Installation Banquet
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Congratulations to MEDB for another successful event, raising a total of $325,000 that will help provide state-of-the-art technology tools for our students and training for our teachers! It was wonderful being part of this great evemt! ... See MoreSee Less

A big mahalo to all the sponsors, supporters and volunteers who contributed to the success of this year’s MEDB Ke Alahele Education Fund Benefit Dinner & Auction held on Saturday, August 26th at the Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui. A total of $325,000 was raised that will help provide state-of-the-art technology tools for our students and training for our teachers, along with MEDB’s expanded pipeline of support through the Jeanne Unemori Skog Leaders and Entrepreneurs Fund to build the next generation of visionaries. MEDB is humbled by all the support we’ve received throughout our 35-year journey. Mahalo for helping to make a difference in the lives of our residents and community.

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Maui United Way 48th Annual Meeting and Recongnition Luncheon

"I am indeed honored to be among all of you… the unsung heroes of our community. For more than 70 years, Maui United Way has been dedicated to changing and improving people’s lives. Last year, Maui United Way and its partner programs provided 55,806 services for people in need. That is a significant milestone and I applaud all of you for your dedication and commitment to taking care of our community. MUW’s contributions make up the very rich fabric that keeps our community together." -Lt. Governor Shan Tsutsui
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MAHALO to everyone who joined us for our 48th Annual Meeting & Recognition Luncheon! We're extremely grateful to have such wonderful supporters. Special thanks to Lt. Governor Shan Tsutsui for being our Keynote Speaker and congratulations to all award winners. With the support of all of you, we are able to continue our efforts in creating a better tomorrow for our community! Happy ALOHA Friday! LIVE UNITED.

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Groundbreaking at future site of Hale Mahaolu in Kula, Maui. The senior housing project will include 39 units and a senior center in its first phase. A project made possible by a tremendous partnership between the private and public sectors. (Photo Courtesy: County of Maui) ... See MoreSee Less

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Farm to School: What’s New

State’s Farm to School Initiative Pilot Project Earns RecognitionPosted on August 30, 2017Farm to School Kanu Ola award
HONOLULU —  The State’s Farm to School Pilot Project was awarded the Kanu Ola award during the 2017 Hawaii Agriculture Conference.  Twelve other organizations or individuals were also recognized for their contributions to developing innovative and inspirational farm to school programs in Hawaii. Spearheaded by Lt. Governor Shan Tsutsui, the Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE), the Hawaii Department […]
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Kohala Complex Cooks Connect with the FarmPosted on June 6, 2017bananas
The cooks at the Kohala Complex took at farm trip to HIP Agriculture in Kapaau to connect with the farm that grow their food. HIP Agriculture provides Kohala Complex’s kitchen with bananas, navel oranges, papaya, tangerines, and tangelos for the school meal program. Seeing the land and touching the soil, learning about farming, and tasting […]
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Farm to School Pilot Project Recipe: Sloppy Joe SandwichPosted on May 24, 2017Sloppy Joes
It’s an old time favorite of many families around the U.S. and it’s definitely a big hit at Kohala Complex! Today we are sharing with you Chef Greg’s Sloppy Joe recipe made with locally sourced ground beef. The sandwich is served on freshly baked buns by Kohala Complex cafeteria cooks, along with locally sourced lettuce […]
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