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Parker Ranch Foundation Trust announces distributions

Parker Ranch Foundation Trust announces distributions

MEDIA RELEASE Parker Ranch Foundation Trust (PRFT) has announced distributions for 2011 to its four beneficiaries totaling $2 million. This is the second consecutive annual distribution of $2 million. Bob Momsen, chairman of the board of North Hawaii Community Hospital, Inc. (NHCH) said, “As proud as NHCH is of its recent progress in meeting the […]

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Parker Ranch historic homes open for festival (Sept. 18)

Parker Ranch historic homes open for festival (Sept. 18)

MEDIA RELEASE A photo display and talk story about Richard Smart, his life, his family, and his Broadway and supper club career will be a focal point of an Open House at Parker Ranch’s historic homes 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 18. Puuopelu and Mana Hale will be open to the public free of charge […]

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Parker Ranch waives admission to historic homes (June 26)

Parker Ranch waives admission to historic homes (June 26)

MEDIA RELEASE Parker Ranch, Inc. is opening the doors of its historic homes, Puuopelu and Mana Hale, to the community and visitors in the month of June. On Saturday June 26, the homes will be open 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Visitors will be able to stroll the grounds and view the interior of both homes. In […]

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Parker School’s Smart Scholarship recipients for 2010-2014 include Lysha Matsunobu, Marie Jobes and Tiana Reynolds.  Smart Scholarships, available to incoming freshmen grant $8,500 annually to three students covering a majority of tuition for their freshmen, sophomore, junior and senior year at Parker School.  Competition was intense with 19 applicants vying for the three awards

Parker School announces Smart scholarship recipients

Parker School’s Smart Scholarship recipients for 2010-2014 include Lysha Matsunobu, Marie Jobes and Tiana Reynolds. Smart Scholarships, available to incoming freshmen grant $8,500 annually to three students covering a majority of tuition for their freshmen, sophomore, junior and senior year at Parker School. Competition was intense with 19 applicants vying for the three awards

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