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NOVEMBER 17, 2021
   The state Reappor- tionment Commis- sion will be holding a virtual public hearing on the proposed reapportionment plan for Leeward O‘ahu at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 9. It is a start- ing point for developing the congressional and legislative districts’ lines that will be used for the next 10 years. The commission is encour- aging people to use the Ha- wai‘i Redistricting Online application to draw and sub- mit their own plans for re- view. Within the application, users must meet the criteria to ensure compact, contigu- ous districts that are approx- imately equal in population. The hearings will be held via Zoom video conference. In- formationaboutthemeeting, including dates, links to join
Leeward Community College culinary arts program students Jazmyn Villagomez and Jezreel Espectacion prepare for the Thanksgiving Grab-N-Go event.
Waimano Home Road ... Rodney Villanueva has a new restaurant, Cele- brahtees. It took over the former Buzz’s Steakhouse in Pearl City at 98-751 Kuahao Place ... OK, let’s talk tur- key! Today, Nov. 17, is the last day for presales of the Leeward Community Col- lege culinary arts program Thanksgiving Grab-N-Go fundraising event. The pub- lic can support the students while digging into a holi- day feast. Complete meals are on sale, with pickup from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 24 (Wednesday) at the Lee- ward CC parking lot. Cost is $250 per meal for six people (plus a $13.57 Eventbrite fee), and $50 is tax-deduct- ible. The community can order today at lccthanks- Abigail Langlas is one of the instructors guiding the event, and student Jezreel Espectacion has been tasked with sous chef duties, over- seeing the meal preparation. The proceeds will go toward scholarships and funds for equipment and supplies that help support students in
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the Culinary Arts Program, Langlas states. For info, email Langlas at alanglas@, or call 808-455- 0244. People can also make a donation at giving.uhfoun- with a note for the funds to go to the Leeward CC Culi- nary Arts Program ... drob-
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    the meeting, and how to sub- mit testimony is posted on the Reapportionment Com- mission webpage through The
proposed plans can also be viewed at the Office of Elections, 802 Lehua Ave. in Pearl City, and at Pearl City Public Library, 1138
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