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NORTH HAWAII NEWS
THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 2012
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OPENING PROSPERITY PATHWAYS:
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Saturday March 31 • 11am-3pm • $45
with Robert Frutos
Basic
Computer Skills
Mondays • April 2 to 23
6-8pm • $95
with Diane Koani
Register online NOW at
www.waimeaeducation.com
or call 885-1539
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Serving North and South Kohala and Hamakua
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Attorney at Law – Waimea
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Community
invited to Easter
sunrise service
Layersons from several
community churches will hold
a non-denominational Easter
sunrise service 6 a.m. Sunday,
Apr. 8
in Ulu Laau, the Waimea
Nature Park.
The service will feature
special live music and the
Easter message delivered by
lay people. There will also be
reflections of times past in
Waimea. An Easter Egg Hunt
is planned for the children
following the service.
Come prepared for chilly
weather and possible rain.
Umbrellas, blankets and chairs
will add to your enjoyment and
comfort.
Atendees
are
welcome
to park in the park or in the
Canada
France
Hawaii
Telescope parking lot as they
have graciously consented.
Please do not park on the
Canada France lawns.
St. Patrick’s
Day Party to
benefit Paniolo
Preservation
Society
Live Irish Bagpipers, fiddle
music and Irish dancing will
be featured during Gail Rice’s
annual St. Patricks’s Day party
5 p.m. Saturday, Mar. 17 at
Pukalani Stables in Waimea.
The event is a fundraiser for
Paniolo Preservation Society
and it will honor Hawaii’s Irish
cowboy Jack Purdy. Tickets are
available at Kamuela Liquor
Store and Parker Ranch store.
A $25 donation includes entry
and dinner.
Tony Selvage will treat the
crowd to some Irish fiddle
playing. Also planned is a
best dressed Irish lass and
lad contest, an Irish dancing
contest with prizes. Irish stew
and soda bread will be served
and Irish beer, wine and
non alcoholic drinks will be
available for a donation.
Barbeque at Kahua
Ranch to benefit
Kohala Hospital
Shine up those boots
and get ready to support
Kohala Hospital Charitable
Foundation. Beer, Boots,
Brats and Barbeque is coming
to Kahua Ranch 4 to 8 p.m.
Apr. 28. The event will feature
international country music
star Paul Nash, dinner,
dessert, beer, wine, dancing,
a silent auction and a live
auction. Tickets are $45 and
will not be sold at Kahua
Ranch. They are available at
Kamehameha Pharmacy in
Kapaau, Mother’s Antiques
and Fine Cigars in Hawi or
from any Kohala Hospital
Charitable Foundation board
member. For information
contact Susan Denman at
889-1144. Kahua Ranch is on
Highway 250 in North Kohala
between mile marker 11 and
12.
Town Market
Celebrates
St. Patrick
The Waimea Town Market
invites the community to stop
by for a wee bit o’ Saint Patrick’s
Day fun 8 a.m. Saturday, Mar.
17 at the Parker School campus.
Jessica
Salerno-Woodbury
and friends will treat visitors
to a taste of Irish music, and
everyone is welcome to a piece
of leprechaun gold (while
supplies last).
Become an
Advocate for
Abused and
Neglected Children
Friends of Court Appointed
Special Advocates Hawaii
is seeking volunteers to be
trained as advocates for abused
and neglected children in the
Hawaii Family Court system. A
training program is scheduled
to start in June on the Big
Island.
Court Appointed Special
Advocates receive training
and then are appointed by
the state judiciary to speak
up for a child’s safety and
well-being. Advocates will
become a powerful voice in a
child’s life as they represent
and advocate for the child’s
best interests by submitting
written recommendations
and
at tending
cour t
hearings.
Court Appointed Special
Advocates volunteers come
from all walks of life. Over half
of our volunteers work full
time.
Upon successful completion
of the training, volunteers will
be certified by the Hawaii State
Judiciary to serve as Court
Appointed Special Advocates
for abused and neglected
children. In an overburdened
social welfare system, these
children often slip through
the cracks among hundreds
of current cases. Volunteers
change that. They typically
handle one case at a time and
commit to staying on that
case until the child is placed
in a safe, permanent home.
While others may come and
go, volunteers provide the one
constant that a child needs in
order to thrive.
Those interested in taking
the training in June should call
961-7677, or visit CASAHawaii.
org for details about the
program.
Learn how to
reduce electricity
and water bills
In partnership with the
Kawaihae Local Resource
Council, financial literacy
instructor Helen Wai will
host a free communi ty
outreach workshop 2 to 4
p.m. Sunday, Apr. 1.
The workshop is sponsored
by the Hawaii State Energy
Conservation and Efficiency
Program. Hawaii Energy
is
a
ratepayer-funded
state program that helps
individuals, families and
businesses reduce electricity
and water expenses.
Kawaihae Local Resource
Council meetings are held at
the Hamakua Macadamia Nut
Factory on Maluokalani Street
Mauka of Akoni Pule Highway,
above
Kawaihae
Harbor.
Follow the yellow signs to the
visitors center.
To register, contact Diane
Kanealii: [email protected]
com. Or call (808) 880-9798.
For more program content
information, contact Helen
Wai
at
hawaii.rr.com or phone (808)
479-2330.
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