Girl Scouts Honor 2007 Women Of Distinction
November 21, 2007
The Girl Scout Council of Hawaii held its annual Women of Distinction fundraising event recently honoring four businesswomen whose leadership skills are bringing success to their companies. Pictured (from left) are: Patricia Tam, VP, Halekulani Corp.; Mary Jane Connell, partner, Carlsmith Ball LLP; Linda Fernandez, president/CEO, Fernandez Entertainment; and Carol Ai May, VP, City Mill
State Rep. Kymberly Pine recognized Ewa Weed & Seed’s achievements recently with The 2007 McGruff Crime Prevention Award. Pictured (from left) are: (front) Pine, Gale Braceros (Ewa Weed & Seed), Debbie Luning, Fumi Muraoka, Art Takamiya, Jim Moylan, (back) state Attorney General Mark Bennett, U.S. Attorney Ed Kubo, Lt. Gov. James Duke Aiona and McGruff the Crime Dog
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