BOH Donates To Iolani School

Don Chapman
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June 10, 2009
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BOH Donates To Iolani School

Iolani School’s Albert H. Stone Memorial Scholarship program recently received a $15,000 donation from the Bank of Hawaii Charitable Foundation. The scholarship provides full tuition and books to six qualified students in each grade from 7 to 12 at the school. Pictured (from left) are board member Don Takaki, Bank of Hawaii CEO Al Landon, scholarship recipients Tuamata “Tu-e"Vaea and Jessica Sagisi, and Iolani headmaster Val Iwashita.

REHAB Unveils Wall Tribute

(from left) John Komeiji, REHAB board chairman, Ko Miyataki, president of REHAB Foundation, Roy and Elaine Kimizuka, owners of Pacific Gallery & Frames, Clair Jones, president and CEO of REHAB, and Dale Ruff, regional vice president of Louis Vuitton Hawaii and board member of REHAB Foundation, celebrate the newly unveiled wall tribute at the Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific. Pacific Gallery & Frames framed more than 200 pieces of art from the hospital’s Louis Vuitton Creative Arts Program.

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