Foodland Helps To Combat Hunger

Don Chapman
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June 03, 2009
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Foodland Helps To Combat Hunger

Foodland recently presented proceeds from two fundraising campaigns totaling $57,950.70 to the Hawaii Foodbank on Oahu, the Food Basket on the Big Island, the Maui Food Bank and the Kauai Food Bank. Money raised was from Foodland’s annual “Bag Up Hunger” campaign and a sales promotion with Unilever products during April. Pictured (from left) are Jenai Wall, chairman and CEO, Foodland Super Markets Ltd.; Dave Choate, regional sales manager, Unilever; Hawaii Foodbank president Dick Grimm; Linda Chu Takayama, chairwoman; and Noel Trainor, first vice chairman, and Food Basket’s Nani Lee, executive director.

Kamehameha Schools Honored

The United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) recently honored Kamehameha Schools Distance Learning as one of the top 10 distance learning programs in the country. The group received a Gold Award of Excellence. Members of the Kamehameha Schools Distance Learning ohana (from left) are Joan Matsukawa, Davielynn Briones, Clinton Iwami, Dorothy Hirata, Kelly Cua, Kelly Dukelow, Komarey Moss and Christy Sato.


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