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The Hawaii Geographic Information Coordinating Council will award a $1,000 scholarship to a deserving student who shows an appreciation for and understanding of geography and geographic information systems. Applications for the Mark Lierman Memorial Scholarship are available at www.higicc.camp8.org/awards and must be postmarked no later than April 5.
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KAHI MOHALA RECEIVES $30K IN DONATIONS
Kahi Mohala Behavioral Health recently received $15,000 from the G.N. Wilcox Trust and $15,000 from the McInerny Foundation to support phase II of the renovation and expansion of its Lokelani Child & Adolescent Unit. The renovation will improve the safety and environmental quality in the common areas of the unit, and inpatient facility for acute and residential children and adolescents. Call 671-8511 for more information.
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KOU TREE PLANTED FOR ALA WAI CHALLENGE
Waikiki Community Center and the City & County Division of Urban Forestry and Parks Maintenance & Recreation Services recently coordinated the planting of a native kou tree at Ala Wai Neighborhood Park & Playground. The tree was planted to commemorate today's 25th annual Ala Wai Challenge, a free community event featuring paddling races, makahiki games, food, crafts and entertainment from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Ala Wai Neighborhood Park & Playground.
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