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Officials of the American Red Cross Hawaii State Chapter announce that the following individuals from throughout the state have been elected to the board of directors: Ron Forest (senior vice president, operations, Matson); Glenn Hong (president, Young Brothers, Ltd.); Andrew Jackson (president and general manager, KITV), Elena Kambitsi (senior vice president, consumer strategy, HMSA); Harrilynn Kameenui (vice president, human resources, Lanai Resorts, LLC, dba Pulama Lanai); Henry Katsuda (president and CEO, TD Food Group); Jim Kelly (director of communications, Kauai Island Utility Cooperative); Kristina Lockwood (general manager, KHON2); Maya Rogers (president and CEO, Blue Planet Software); Paula Yoshioka (senior vice president of corporate development, The Queen’s Health System, and president of Queens Development Corp.).
Today, as they have once a year since 1971, the members of The Rotary Club of Hiroshima-South are enjoying a big bunch of bright anthuriums from the Big Island on the anniversary of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945.
Dan Petrill has been named chief financial officer at Hawaii Preparatory Academy. Headmaster Lindsay Barnes made the announcement.
Do you want to know which volcanoes in the United States are erupting? Or which volcanoes are showing signs of activity that could lead to an eruption?
The Hawaii Chapter of the American Bamboo Society is having its meeting and membership drive Aug. 3 at the home of president Jacqui Marlin in Hawaiian Acres. Special guest speaker is architect Anna O’conner, who will speak about bamboo building construction with Guadua and other superior bamboos. The meeting will start with a potluck lunch at noon with program and tour to follow. The address is 16-1113 Moho Road. The public is invited. For more information, call Jacqui at 966-5080 or 781-960-5305.
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Honokaa is teeming with excitement as preparations move forward for the annual Holy Ghost Feast Celebration &Bazaar.
Hasbro’s game of Scrabble has brought people together for decades and each Friday, it brings word game enthusiasts together in Waimea.
Hawaii Preparatory Academy junior Alice Patig and senior Noor Sarwar have been awarded National Security Language Initiative for Youth scholarships for 2014-15.
Aloha Performing Arts Company will host open auditions for its next mainstage production, the Gothic musical thriller “Jekyll and Hyde” at 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 9, and 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 10, at the Aloha Theatre.
Five directors selected casts for seven new, unproduced and unpublished plays, which will be presented as staged readings through four days during Aloha Performing Arts Company’s 21st annual Original Play Festival.
Tayana Cardoza, a 2014 graduate of Kealakehe High School, is the recipient of a four-year scholarship provided by the Dutch Schuman Big Island Paniolo Scholarship Fund.
Three of Parker School’s top debaters participated in the National Forensic League National Tournament from June 15-20 in Overland Park, Kansas. Junior Carrie Hiller and seniors Jaren Ashcraft and Luke Potter qualified for the nationals at the state level tournament in April on Oahu (when Hiller was a sophomore and Ashcraft and Potter juniors).
Among the many immigrants to reach Hawaiian shores are certain members of the reptilian order Squamata , which includes lizards and snakes.
Waimea Town Market and Parker School will host a candidate talk-story from 8:30 a.m-noon Saturday at the school.