A Lifetime Of Giving

Don Chapman
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October 12, 2011
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May The Hungry Be Fed

American Savings Bank presented a $7,500 corporate donation through Aloha United Way to Hawaii Foodbank in continued support to help feed the increasing number of people who need emergency food in Hawaii. Pictured (from left) are Laurie Komatsu, Polly Kauahi, Larry Ishii and Dick Grimm.

A Lifetime Of Giving

>Mildred “Millie” Ellington has devoted herself to helping preschool children at KCCA’s Mother Rice preschool. Ellington also volunteered at Kaiser for more than 25 years. A resident of Palolo Chinese Home, Ellington’s memory is sharp, and she enjoys doing crossword puzzles. Pictured are (back, from left) John Ellington Jr., Eiko Hew Len, Wallen Ellington, (front) Mildred “Millie” Ellington, Ka’imi Nicholson and Maggie Kunkel.

Ukulele Scholarships

Ukulele Festival Hawaii, a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing laughter, love and hope to children and adults through the ukulele, awarded four $1,000 scholarships to deserving individuals who are furthering their education and have an interest in ukulele playing. Pictured (from left) are Sara Neidenberg of Kalani High, William Salavea III of Hilo High and Joel McBrayer of Kamehameha Schools. Not shown is Leeward Community College student Lee Teraoka. Scholarships were presented at the 41st annual Ukulele Festival. Photo courtesy of Sarah Tengan


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