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er conditions. Learn more at rainbowchase. com ... Heads up, Leeward-based educa- tors: Hawaiʻi Education Association is of- fering scholarships for current and aspiring teachers seeking professional development and college degrees. “We want to ensure that the community knows that our schol- arship program is still going strong during the pandemic,” states board president June Motokawa. “Now more than ever, we be- lieve it is vital to support current and as- piring teachers with the resources to be the best they can be. If you are seeking Hawaiʻi Department of Education licensing or cer- tification, preparing for a student teaching semester, or completing an undergraduate or graduate degree in education, we en- courage you to apply for an HEA scholar- ship.” The deadline is noon May 14. Visit ... Calling all young creatives: Hawaiʻi REALTORS is hosting a keiki art contest. The theme is Fair Housing: Celebrate Diversity. “The contest serves as a way to start this important con- versation with the youngest members of our families, allowing them to learn about and express what fair housing means to them,” states president Derek Lau. Submissions are accepted though April 30. Visit hawaii- ...
August Ahrens, Alvah A. Scott, Pearl City Highlands elementary schools, as well as Highlands Intermediate School, have made the cut. Winners will be announced April 28 on a show hosted by local social media influ- encer Jelayne Shelton. Categories include 808 no vape, a more resilient and sustain- able Hawai‘i, coping with COVID, creating peace, forest inspired, preventing bullying together with aloha, start living healthy, storm water hero, substance use prevention and traffic safety. Visit for more info ... Research coming out of Uni- versity of Hawai‘i at Mānoa is calling the state the rainbow capital of the world — and for good reason. The islands are optimally located in the Pacific, where trade winds, frequent showers, intermittent clear skies and unpolluted air form prime conditions for viewing ānuenue. Leeward residents can see these wonders for themselves, thanks to Steven Businger and Paul Cynn, who part- nered with Hawaiʻi-based smartphone app developer Ikayso to create RainbowChase, which is now free to the public. Through the app, users can look at radar and satellite images of rain and clouds, as well as weath-
 Donations Accepted For ‘Aiea Family
ident and CEO of Adult Friends for Youth. “He was charismatic and the person in the room everyone want- ed to be with. He had a heart of gold and gave so much of
Ginger Keller
Director of Advertising
Darin Nakakura 529-4726
Editorial / 529-4871
Central Pacific Bank, in partnership with Adult Friends for Youth, will col- lect donations for the surviv- ing family of ʻAiea resident Malakai “Mo” Maumalanga.
himself to the young people AFY served.”
Many years ago, AFY worked with Maumalanga when he was a gang member. Thanks to support from the local nonprofit, he became a well-respected professional in the community and dedi- cated his life to helping oth- ers. Most recently, Mauma- langa served as director of redirection services at AFY.
Donations can be made by visiting any Central Pacif- ic Bank branch or online at
   “Mo was an amazing young man that had so much respect for people,” states Deborah Spencer-Chun, pres-
Brian Kumura
Account Executive / 342-8775
Retail Sales Manager
Kenny Harrison 529-4351
Advertising / 529-4700

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