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QLT welcomes Harrison as Kona executive assistant

MEDIA RELEASE Rhondalee “Kehau” Harrison has joined the Queen Liliuokalani Trust as executive assistant at its Kailua-Kona office, according to Laura Dierenfield, 360° Manager for the Trust in Kona. Originally from Holualoa, Harrison’s role at the Trust will be to support its land planning and entitlement team and to assist with the management of the […]

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Queen Liliuokalani Trust welcomes Dierenfield

MEDIA RELEASE Laura Dierenfield has joined the Queen Liliuokalani Trust as manager in the endowment group at its Kailua-Kona office, according to LeeAnn Crabbe, Vice President for the Trust. A lifelong resident of Kona, Dierenfield’s role at the Trust will focus on its Keahuolu master planning efforts and strengthening the Trust’s presence in the Kona […]

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"Walk to School Day in Hawaii Nei" at Waimea's Historic Civic Corner, 67-1201 Mamalahoa Highway (corner of Mamalahoa Highway and Lindsey Road),

Waimea celebrates Walk to School Day (Sept 28)

“Walk to School Day in Hawaii Nei” at Waimea’s Historic Civic Corner, 67-1201 Mamalahoa Highway (corner of Mamalahoa Highway and Lindsey Road),

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PATH Wheelin' Free community duathlon (June 17)

PATH Wheelin’ Free community duathlon (June 17)

WHAT: Kona teens enrolled in Peoples Advocacy for Trails Hawaii (PATH) Wheelin’ Free Summer Multisport Camp to curb underage drinking and substance abuse will host a free community duathlon (run-bike-run) event consisting of a half-mile run, three-mile bike and half-mile run followed by a potluck picnic where they will share their camp experiences with friends, […]

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Committee encourage students to consider all transportation options available to them

School launches Safe Routes To School Program

Committee encourage students to consider all transportation options available to them

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