Maui County has named two citizens for their 2018 Outstanding Older American Award. Congratulations to Clara Felix of Kihei and William Kinaka of Wailuku.
Clara has been a dedicated volunteer for the past 15 years. She has volunteered for such organizations as Pacific Whale Foundation, Maui Arts & Cultural Center, and the National Kidney Foundation among many others!
William has been a volunteer for the past 39 years. He has been a volunteer to such organizations as Boy Scouts of America, Maui Adult Day Care Centers, Maui Judicial Court System, and Bank of Hawaii just to name a few.
This award is part of the May Older Americans celebration. The awards ceremony was on May 10th. Congratulations again to you both!
Congratulations Laney Flanagan! Laney, a Maui High School Senior, has won the National Merit Scholarship. Laney was chosen from 15,000 finalists! She is the lucky recipient of $2,500 to help offset some of her college expenses.
Selection is based on academics, grades, subject difficulty, testings, and leadership qualities. These things along with a letter of recommendation and an essay are judged by a committee.
Laney plans on majoring in chemistry. We are sure she will succeed in whatever field she chooses. Congratulations again!
On Saturday, April 28th, Little Monk Seal Montessori invites you to Art For Education Night! This free event will take place on the school campus located at 300 Ohukai Rd, No. 206 in Kihei.
Photography by Michelle Lazuka will be for sale along with student artworks, refreshments and prizes! All art at the event will range in price from $5 to $500. This fundraiser will help provide aid to deserving families.
Each student has created an abstract work of art to sell at the fundraiser! There will be plenty of art for everyone!