Hot Shots – 4/24/19
After-School All-Stars Gets Aim High Grant
After-School All-Stars Hawai‘i (ASAS) received one of 26 National Aim High grants from New York Life Foundation to support its out-of-school program serving disadvantaged youth as they transition to high school. The two-year award of $100,000 will amplify the quality of the organization’s CampUS and Career Explorations Opportunities programs. Pictured are (from left) Rae Ann Paff, New York Life agency standards manager; Lori Abe, ASAS board member; Cindy Santana, New York Life senior service specialist; Roger Higa, New York Life partner; Kimi Takazawa, ASAS president and CEO; Debbie Cowan, New York Life managing partner; Marlyn Torres, New York Life Foundation corporate vice president; Damien Osaka, New York Life partner; Lori Harrison, ASAS boardmember; and David Glaser, New York Life director of development.
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‘Cooling Cancer’ Receives $10,000 Check
Landmark Logistics Corp., title sponsor of the coolingcancer.org golf tournament at Hoakalei Country Club, presented a $10,000 to Cooling Cancer, a local nonproft benefitting cancer research and patients in Hawai‘i. Pictured are (from left) Landmark Logistics Corp. partners Corey Correa, Noah Chun and Seiji Aspengen, and Drew Santos of Cooling Cancer.
PHOTO COURTESY JAY PARK