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JUNE 7, 2023
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     WISHTM Skincare products and facial treatments in June, which is National Acne Awareness Month. WISHTM was created by David Valenzuela to provide affordable, prescription free, inclusive, and effective skin health solutions for acne prone skin and all skin types to age intelligentlyTM. WISHTM is Inspired Skincare, effective for each             
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        beautiful skin you WISH for - at any age, teen to adult, men and women.
 Meet David Valenzuela, Founder of WISHTM
Thursday, June 8, 2023, 5:00-7:00pm       
Bring your loved ones suffering from acne or aging skin.
The event is free and will feature: • Light refreshments
(while supplies last)
• David will talk about WISHTM for healthy skin in each life stage.
•  available for Complimentary consultations.
• First 20 guests who book a
WISHTM facial will receive 20% off their facial.
• First 20 guests who purchase WISHTM products worth $150 or more will receive a complimentary Aveda paddle brush (a $33 value).
   A ES Hawai‘i an- nounced that the recently closed coal power plant at Barbers Point, which was the state’s largest power plant facility, will be dismantled, and the 8.5-acre site will be returned to its original condition. “We are proud of the coal plant’s 30- year record of consistently providing safe, reliable and low-cost energy to the people of O‘ahu,” states Bernerd Da Santos, executive vice president, COO and presi- dent of AES Global Renew- ables. “The energy generated at the plant supported Ha- wai‘i’s social and economic development and allowed for growth of various industries on O‘ahu these past three de- cades.” According to Sandra Larsen, the company’s mar- ket business leader, the dis- mantling process is expected to begin later this year. “Our highest priority is that the dismantling process will be done carefully and safely and that the transporting of mate- rials off site will be as least disruptive as possible to the communities and businesses
in the area,” Larsen states ... Hawai‘i Technology Acade- my middle schoolers raised more than $9,000 for their community. The school’s seventh and eighth grade classes participated in a
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Waipahu’s Hawai‘i Technology Academy recently raised more than $9,000 during its walkathon for its students’ community service projects. Funds will support the Hawai‘i State Public Library System, and nonprofit B.R.A.V.E. PHOTO COURTESY HAWAI‘I TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY
 walkathon to raise the funds. Students walked and ran to raise more than $5,000 for Hawai‘i State Public Library System to purchase books for the visually impaired, and more than $4,000 for anti-bul- lying nonprofit B.R.A.V.E., which was established by ‘Ewa Beach’s Mahealani Sims-Tulba. “It just shows how individuals can make a difference,” states HTA teach- er Leah Cooper. “We don’t need one person to be a hero perfectly. Instead, we need everyone to be a hero imper- fectly” ... Hawai‘i Lions are celebrating a successful year roaring back to full service post-COVID-19 pandemic with a picnic in the park event. Currently, there are 55 Lions Clubs — including a couple in West O‘ahu — with more
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than 1,500 members from all islands. The West O‘ahu com- munity is invited to the picnic from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on June 17 at Ala Moana Regional Park. There will be games for keiki, food and entertainment. Attendees will learn about the five areas of service that Lions participate in, includ- ing efforts to support vision, fight hunger, improve the en- vironment, and treat diabetes and childhood cancer. “While the COVID-19 pandemic changed the way we live and work, it has not changed who we are,” states Lions Inter- national District 50 Hawai‘i district governor Gary Nip. “Lions and Leos founds ways to serve safely in our commu- nities.” For more information, visit ... tme-
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