Keeping The Bay Natural

Don Chapman
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May 18, 2011
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Times Lends A Hand

Thanks to the generosity of Times Supermarket, Western Union Foundation and Times Supermarket’s customers, a check in the amount of $35,600 was presented to the American Red Cross (Hawaii Chapter) to support ongoing relief efforts in Japan. Pictured (from left) are Western Union key account executives Tom Hayden and Leigh Hilt, Red Cross Hawaii CEO Coralie Matayoshi, Times Supermarket president Bob Stout and Western Union account executive Wendle Raping.

A Grand Donation

To help the Japan relief cause, on May 10 Hilton Grand Vacations donated $30,000 to the Japan-America Society of Hawaii. Pictured from left are Norimasa Sato, Miki Young, Bryan Klum and Edwin Hawkins

Keeping The Bay Natural

Malama Maunalua was recognized by the City Council for its success in completing the Great Huki, a grand removal of invasive algae from the Paiko region of Maunalua Bay over a 12-month period. Pictured are (front row) Jennifer Taylor (Malama Maunalua board), Stanley Chang (City Council), Tegan Hammond (Malama Maunalua community & events coordinator), Amy Monk (Malama Maunalua board member). Pictured in back are other City Councilmembers.

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