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JANUARY 18, 2023
       Happy New Year from...
                   Winter SPECIALS!
In-store SPECIALS! While Supplies Last
                          01/01/2023 - 01/31/2023, WHILE SUPPLIES LAST
    Some restrictions apply. Limited to stock on hand. See store for details. Not to be combined with any other offer. Exp. 01/31/23.
we are open to serve you! In-store OR curbside PICK-UP
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 Ewa Beach Shopping Center, 91-919 Fort Weaver Rd
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Store Hours: Mon-Fri 10am-7pm
    Susan Utsugi joins Central Pacific Bank as group senior vice
  president and division man- ager of business banking. She has more than 30 years of banking experience — 22 of which have been with CPB. Her exemplary work and leadership have been recognized numerous times by the U.S. Small Business Administration, and she has won media and communi- ty awards. She received her bachelor’s degree in business administration from Seattle University and is a graduate of Pacific Coast Banking School ... Shannon Cluney is the new warden at Hālawa Correctional Facility (99- 902 Moanalua Road). He has 30 years of experience in the corrections industry. He got his start in 1987 as a correc- tions officer for the Idaho Department of Corrections and moved up the ranks, retiring as deputy chiefs of prisons for Idaho in 2017 ...
Susan Utsugi
Meanwhile, Titianna John- son of ‘Aiea earns academic honors as a part-time student at SUNY Canton, where she is majoring in management. “Our part-time students often juggle family and work obli- gations while excelling at their studies,” states SUNY Canton president Zvi Sza- fran. “This is not an easy task. We applaud your com- mitment to your education” ... U.S.VETS Hawai‘i will be hosting a drive-in movie event at 6 p.m. at Pearlridge Center’s Mauka parking lot
Shannon Cluney
in front of Macy’s to sup- port local homeless families and veterans in Hawai‘i. The event will be screening Star Wars: A New Hope. In addi- tion to the movie, guests will be able to visit sponsor tents, food vendors and enter to win prizes. Proceeds raised will support U.S.VETS Ha- wai‘i in its mission to end homelessness on the islands. Tickets are available at under-the-stars. Visit pearl- ...
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   A Whale Of A Good Time
 Any Leeward O‘ahu res- idents looking for an excit- ing volunteer opportunity?
whale season and is highly dependent on volunteers — residents and visitors alike.
Humpback whales are back in local waters, which means the National Oce- anic and Atmospheric Ad- ministration’s Hawaiian Island Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary is holding several designat- ed ocean counts around the state.
From 8 a.m. to noon, par- ticipants will tally hump- back whale sightings and document the animals’ surface behavior during the survey. Organizers also encourage noting down any other species seen during the count.
  The Sanctuary Ocean Count — which will take place on Jan. 28, Feb. 25 and March 25 this year — is an educational outreach and citizen science project host- ed annually during peak
Counts will be held at multiple locations through- out the state.
Those with questions can email oceancount@marine- For more information or to register, visit

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