UH-West Oahu Profs Retire

Don Chapman
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May 19, 2010
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UH-West Oahu Profs Retire

As he writes on page 10, MidWeek columnist Dan Boylan is retiring from teaching at University of Hawaii-West Oahu after 34 years. He was one of four retiring UHWO professors honored at a luncheon recently at Waikele Country Club. Pictured (from left) are Lynn Hodgson (professor of science), Dan Boylan (history), Linda Nishigaya (sociology) and Ernie Oshiro (economics). Together they provided more than 100 years of service to the students of UHWO.

ASB Donates $20,000 Grant

American Savings Bank recently contributed a $20,000 grant to the Waipahu Community Association, a nonprofit organization that operates the Waipahu Festival Marketplace. The marketplace provides local vendors a popular venue to sell fresh fish, produce, meat and an assortment of ethnic foods and baked goods. The grant will be used to renovate a vacant warehouse, enabling vendors to refrigerate inventory and grow their business. Pictured (from left) are Rick Manungas, Beth Whitehead, Wayne Ogasawara and Walter Osakoda.


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