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Only a week after 79-year-old Tomiko K. Shimazu was killed in a Hilo crosswalk as she attempted to cross the road, Mayor Kenoi will bring key members of his cabinet together with Peoples Advocacy for Trails Hawaii (PATH) and other traffic safety advocates to complete a comprehensive Pedestrian Safety Action Plan for Hawaii County.

Mayor Kenoi, PATH to plan pedestrian safety in wake of latest tragedy

Only a week after 79-year-old Tomiko K. Shimazu was killed in a Hilo crosswalk as she attempted to cross the road, Mayor Kenoi will bring key members of his cabinet together with Peoples Advocacy for Trails Hawaii (PATH) and other traffic safety advocates to complete a comprehensive Pedestrian Safety Action Plan for Hawaii County.

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Please join PATH and Mayor Billy Kenoi for a morning bike ride through Kailua Village streets to kick off Bike to Work Week on Tuesday May 18th starting at 7:00 am. Let's show the Mayor what it's like to ride a bike in Kona and show him how we can work together to make our town bike-friend

Bike to Work Week Tuesday (May 18)

Please join PATH and Mayor Billy Kenoi for a morning bike ride through Kailua Village streets to kick off Bike to Work Week on Tuesday May 18th starting at 7:00 am. Let’s show the Mayor what it’s like to ride a bike in Kona and show him how we can work together to make our […]

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In Celebration of Bike Month, The Hawaii Safe Routes to School Hui announces a “Make it Safe for Me” to ride my bike or walk to school poster contest open to public, private, or home-schooled kindergarten through twelfth grade students. Twelve prizes will be awarded along with a grand prize and an honorable mention.

Safe Routes to School poster contest now open

In Celebration of Bike Month, The Hawaii Safe Routes to School Hui announces a “Make it Safe for Me” to ride my bike or walk to school poster contest open to public, private, or home-schooled kindergarten through twelfth grade students. Twelve prizes will be awarded along with a grand prize and an honorable mention.

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On the heels of First Lady Michelle Obama’s ambitious “Let’s Move” initiative to eliminate childhood obesity in a single generation, a nearly $150,000 grant will fund a new school-community-government partnership to fight obesity in Hawai‘i County.

HO‘ALA project awakens need for safe routes to eliminate childhood obesity

On the heels of First Lady Michelle Obama’s ambitious “Let’s Move” initiative to eliminate childhood obesity in a single generation, a nearly $150,000 grant will fund a new school-community-government partnership to fight obesity in Hawai‘i County.

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Is it OK with you? How would you rate Alii Drive on walkability?

Students assess walkability of Kailua Village

Is it OK with you? How would you rate Alii Drive on walkability?

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PATH family bike bash, winter walk (Jan. 2)

MEDIA RELEASE PATH and Friends for Fitness invite the community to help ring in a healthy and active 2010 with the inaugural New Year Family Bike Bash and Winter Walk. The event is 9-11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 2 at Great American Storage, 74-5499 Loloku Street behind Target. Start off with a fun one mile bike […]

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The Department of Land and Natural Resources’ Division of Forestry and Wildlife, USDA Forest Service, and People’s Advocacy for Trails Hawai‘i (PATH) invite the public to participate in the 4th annual “Run for the Dry Forest” trail walk/run at Pu‘u Wa‘awa‘a on Saturday, October 24, 2009.

Participants have two options for fun and fitness: either run or walk a 5 km course (suitable for most people) starting at 8 a.m.; or go for an “extreme trail running experience” -- a 10 km run (start time is 7:45 a.m.) that features a 1,200 ft elevation gain in the first 3 miles.

‘Run for the Dry Forest’ benefits conservation projects, Oct 24

The Department of Land and Natural Resources’ Division of Forestry and Wildlife, USDA Forest Service, and People’s Advocacy for Trails Hawai‘i (PATH) invite the public to participate in the 4th annual “Run for the Dry Forest” trail walk/run at Pu‘u Wa‘awa‘a on Saturday, October 24, 2009. Participants have two options for fun and fitness: either […]

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PATH general membership meeting, July 21

PATH general membership meeting, July 21

PATH’s 23rd Annual General Membership Meeting “Accelerating Great Ideas” Tuesday, July 21st 5:30-7:30pm NELHA’s Gateway Energy Center 73-4460 Queen Ka’ahumanu Highway PATH members and the general public are invited to the meeting, which will feature remarks by Mayor Billy Kenoi and state Department of Transportation Director Brennon Morioka on efforts to accelerate the creation of […]

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Ironman Ebay auction opens April 19

Ironman Ebay auction opens April 19

MEDIA RELEASE For a seventh consecutive year, World Triathlon Corp. will conduct its Ironman auction with eBay, designed to benefit a variety of charitable organizations worldwide.  The Ironman Foundation has raised more than $2,500,000 through the initiative since its inception in 2003. This year’s auction will include four slots to the 2009 Ford Ironman World […]

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PATH “Run for Hops” returns March 14

PATH “Run for Hops” returns March 14

  MEDIA RELEASE Beer lovers, it’s time to don your running shoes once again!  The 14th annual Kona Brewers Festival will give folks a chance to burn some calories before imbibing quality ales and lagers with the “Run for Hops” 5K and 10K Run/Walk Saturday, March 14 starting at 7:30 a.m. from the Kona Brewing […]

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Ironman champ donates wheels for auction to benefit Peoples Advocacy for Trails Hawaii, following her philosophy of making a difference

Ironman champ’s philosophy paying off for Kona

Ironman champ donates wheels for auction to benefit Peoples Advocacy for Trails Hawaii, following her philosophy of making a difference

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