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Volunteering Is KEY At Hawaiian Tel

Hawaiian Telcom employees and family members volunteered their time Aug. 29 to help Kualoa-Heeia Ecumenical Youth (KEY) Project in Kaneohe. They cleaned, sanded and painted more than 30 tables near the KEY multipurpose center. Pictured are Hawaiian Telcom employees and family members. PHOTO FROM HAWAIIAN TELCOM

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Perpetuating The Ukulele

Over the summer, Ukulele Festival Hawaii (UFH), a nonprofi t founded by Roy and Kathy Sakuma, awarded three academic scholarships to young adults who want to further their education and perpetuate the ukulele. Since 2009, UFH has given a total of $23,250 in scholarships. Pictured are (from left) UFH co-founder Kathy Sakuma, UFH board member Cheryl Tamura, McKinley High School graduate Asayena Viengmany, and UFH board member Jessica Lani Rich. PHOTO FROM UFH