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Waimea Town Meeting include sneak peak of Longs (June 6)

MEDIA RELEASE Waimea Community Association Town Meeting (5:15 – 7 p.m., Thurs., June 6, 2013 in Waimea School cafeteria) promises an interesting, diverse agenda and the highlight for some will be a quick overview of the new Long’s by store manager Mark Brown. The store officially opens Monday, June 10. When the meeting is pau […]

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Waimea Town Meeting on food self-sufficiency (Sept. 6)

MEDIA RELEASE “Food self-sufficiency” gets a lot of attention these days for a variety of reasons – from health and food safety concerns, to the frightening fact that Hawaii imports about 90 percent of its food. And then there’s the ever rising cost of food at a time when family budgets are already stretched to […]

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Waimea Town Meeting, Lokahi Tree lighting (Dec. 1)

Waimea Town Meeting, Lokahi Tree lighting (Dec. 1)

MEDIA RELEASE Two men from diverse backgrounds – attorney Brian DeLima and retiring South Kohala Police Capt. James Sanborn – top the agenda for Waimea Community Association’s next Town Meeting at 5 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1, 2011 at Parker School Theatre. The meeting will begin promptly at 5 p.m. (a half hour earlier than usual), […]

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Waimea Town Meeting to review Longs plan (Sept. 15)

Waimea Town Meeting to review Longs plan (Sept. 15)

MEDIA RELEASE On May 18, 2011, Longs Drugs received Final Plan Approval from the county Planning Department for a new store to be constructed on Kawaihae Road between Hale Ola Pono and Parker Square. Due to an oversight, the Planning Department did not forward the Plan Approval application to Waimea Community Association’s Planning and Design […]

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Waimea Town Meeting celebrates Kahilu Theatre (Nov. 4)

Waimea Town Meeting celebrates Kahilu Theatre (Nov. 4)

MEDIA RELEASE It’s hard to believe nearly 30 years have passed since the late Richard Smart “gifted” the Waimea community with a modern performance venue — Kahilu Theatre, which he subsequently supported generously for many years. To celebrate its 30th season and the community’s sustaining vision and financial support to keep Kahilu Theatre alive and […]

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