Hot Shots – 7/31/19
Wish Upon A Cure At Relay For Life
More than 500 people participated in American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life July 20 at Magic Island. This year’s theme was “Wish Upon a Cure,” and the event raised over $60,000 to fight cancer in Hawai‘i. Pictured are (from left) Elisabeth Case, community development manager for American Cancer Society; Debbie Nakanelua-Richards, director-community relations for Hawaiian Airlines; and Cathy Alsup, executive director for American Cancer Society.
PHOTO COURTESY AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
Samaritan Counseling Center HI Day
Samaritan Counseling Center Hawai‘i celebrates 30 years of service to individuals, families and communities in need of mental health counseling. Its main office opened at First United Methodist Church in 1989, and has since grown to six counseling offices on O‘ahu, with more than 8,202 individuals and families receiving services through 73,844 counseling sessions.
The City & County of Honolulu also proclaimed April 10, 2019, as Samaritan Counseling Center Hawai‘i Day. Pictured are (front, from left) Rachelle Chang, Terry Fisher, Georgette Deemer, Jan Hanashiro, (back) Andy Bates, Linda Rich, Gary Augustin, Father Clarence “Larry” Fisher, Martine Leclerc and Diana Honeker.
PHOTO COURTESY SAMARITAN COUNSELING CENTER HAWAI‘I