Windward YMCA Receives Funding

Don Chapman
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March 23, 2011
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Windward YMCA Receives Funding

Bank of Hawaii recently donated $25,000 to the YMCA’s Windward Capital project. The Windward Y Branch opened in 1950 in a log cabin on Makawao Street in Coconut Grove, just down the road from St. Anthony’s Catholic Church. Today, the Windward YMCA is a vibrant branch with more than 1,700 facility memberships. The branch also operates six A+ after-school programs and serves hundreds of children through Summer Fun, Intersession programs and swim lessons. Pictured (from left) are Bank of Hawaii vice president and wealth adviser Lisa S. Goo, Windward Y executive director Bill Stone, YMCA of Honolulu president and CEO Michael Broderick, Bank of Hawaii vice chairwoman and chief fiduciary officer Shelley B. Thompson and vice president and senior wealth adviser Maureen Coogan.

OHA Supports Nanakuli Art Center

The OHA Board of Trustees presents a check of $30,500 to the Nanakuli High and Intermediate Performing Arts Center in support of its programs. The center’s students will attend the Edinburgh Festival in Scotland this summer. The money will be used for costumes, set design and other program costs. Pictured (from left) are Rowena Akana, Tali Ulufale, John Waihe’e IV, Bailey Barnes, Peter Apo, Shaylene Curtis, Deja Ceruti, Oz Stender, Chanel Smith, Boyd Mossman, Robin Kitsu, Haunani Apoliona, Robert Lindsey and Colette Machado.

Honolulu Sunset Club Gives Back

Members of the Rotary Club of Honolulu Sunset - Liz Kane, Harold Murray, Anna Fishburn, Al Dixon, Mina Ganapathy, Paul Jurcsak, Joanna Amberger and Richard Nettel (not pictured) - volunteered a few hours on a Friday night to feed the residents at IHS. This is one of many projects the Rotary Club of Honolulu Sunset performs in the community.

 

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