Hawaii Meth Project Receives Funds

Don Chapman
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April 27, 2011
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Hawaii Meth Project Receives Funds

Thanks to the generosity of Bank of Hawaii and its employees and retirees, more teens and families across Hawaii will be meth-free. Bank of Hawaii recently presented the Hawaii Meth Project with a check for $20,880, which will allow the nonprofit organization to sustain its vitally important methamphetamine prevention outreach and education. Pictured (from left) are Hawaii Meth Project executive director Cindy Adams and Bank of Hawaii commercial banking officer Chad Young. Photo courtesy of Hawaii Meth Project.

A Trusted Technician

Pictured with Mike McKenna (right), Justin Min, who started at McKenna’s Windward Ford washing cars 12 years ago, achieved the designation of senior master technician, receiving the Master Trophy at an awards ceremony at the Kailua dealership. Min graduated from Leeward Community College with an Associate of Arts degree with a concentration in automotive technology, and was one of the early enrollees in the Ford Assets program - a Ford-specific course of automotive technology study.

KFC Funds American Red Cross Hawaii

All 18 KFC restaurants in the state participated in a fundraising cause by offering $1 off coupons toward patrons’ next meal in exchange for a $1 donation to the American Red Cross (Hawaii Chapter). From March 1 to 31, KFC raised $8,534. The initiative began prior to Japan’s earthquake and all funds have remained in Hawaii. Pictured (from left) are Vasa Pousoo, Elaine Ramos, Charlene Barrett, Red Cross Hawaii CEO Coralie Matayoshi, Steve Johnson, Carlyne Owens and Julie Jandoc

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