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Mama’s House Thrift Shop moves to new Waimea location

MEDIA RELEASE The thrift shop with a mission, Mama’s House will relocate to Saffron (formerly Daniel Thiebaut Restaurant) on Kawaihae Road as of Nov. 1, 2013. Bringing a fresh energy to the historic Chock In Store, Mama’s House will open an “Upcountry Chic Boutique” in the front room and a quaint little “Christmas Store” in […]

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Movie night, costume party fundraiser (June 26)

MEDIA RELEASE The Friday Night Crew youth group invites fans of Johnny Depp and “Dark Shadows” to dress in their finest “vamp-attire” and join them for a Movie Night & Costume Party 7-10 p.m. Wednesday, June 26 at Thelma Parker Memorial Library. Directed by Tim Burton, “Dark Shadows” (PG13) stars Michelle Pfieffer, Helena Bonham Carter […]

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‘Wine Un-cooler’ youth poster contest

MEDIA RELEASE Waimea’s Friday Night Crew youth group is hard at work on its first-ever “Alcohol Logo Lampoon Contest,” open to all North Hawaii youth, grades 6-12. The Friday Night Crew will host a poster-making party 5:30-7:30 p.m. Friday, March 1 at the Waimea Community Center to help students complete their entry, and all are […]

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‘Celebrate the Bounty’ – The Pantry’s community Thanksgiving (Nov. 22)

MEDIA RELEASE Not everyone on Hawaii Island is lucky enough to enjoy Thanksgiving Day turkey and all the trimmings, shared with family and friends. However, thanks to The Pantry, an innovative and collaborative nonprofit group, everyone is invited to a free community Thanksgiving feast noon-4 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 22 at Kuhio Hale, Hawaiian Homes Hall […]

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Waimea welcomes Roth at free luncheon (June 23)

Waimea welcomes Roth at free luncheon (June 23)

MEDIA RELEASE Mitch Roth, the Deputy Prosecutor running for Hawaii County Prosecutor, will be hosted by Waimea community members 12:30-2 p.m. Saturday, June 23 at an Up-Country Luncheon in the Thelma Parker Gym. The event, hosted by Waimea community leaders Beth Mehau and Stephanie Lindsey, kicks off with sign-waving in front of the gym from […]

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First isle ‘Cash Mob’ in Waimea (June 2)

MEDIA RELEASE Mama’s House Thrift Shop & 12-Step Bookstore in Waimea is gearing up for the Big Island’s first-ever “Cash Mob” 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Saturday, June 2. The Cash Mob is at Mama’s House, in the industrial complex off Mamalahoa Highway, just past NAPA Auto and across from Kamuela Liquor Store. “A Cash Mob is […]

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Native Hawaiian Arts Market (May 12)

Native Hawaiian Arts Market (May 12)

MEDIA RELEASE Waimea Artists’ Guild (WAG) will be included in the prestigious Maoli Arts Month (MAMo) in May, with a Native Hawaiian Arts Market May 12, 2012 at Kahilu Town Hall. The event takes place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a wide variety of arts media, music, “keiki corner” and more. Admission is […]

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Waimea Artisrts Guild grand opening (March 16)

Waimea Artisrts Guild grand opening (March 16)

MEDIA RELEASE A new opportunity for artists and artisans of all kinds is now available in North Hawaii, via Waimea Artists Guild (WAG). WAG invites the public to celebrate its grand opening 7-9 p.m. Friday, March 16, with a traditional blessing by Lanakila Manguil, music, refreshments and Open Studio time to enjoy the new space […]

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On August 20 and 21 representatives from community coalitions on 4 Hawaiian Islands, Guam, Palau, American Samoa and Los Angeles gathered at the Waikoloa Beach Marriott for high-quality training by Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA). The mission: to support the work these diverse groups are doing now, and to help them target strategic solutions for their community’s problems related to drug and alcohol abuse.

A coalition of coalitions builds better communities

On August 20 and 21 representatives from community coalitions on 4 Hawaiian Islands, Guam, Palau, American Samoa and Los Angeles gathered at the Waikoloa Beach Marriott for high-quality training by Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA). The mission: to support the work these diverse groups are doing now, and to help them target strategic solutions […]

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