Our Neighbors

It takes many hands working together to create positive, lasting change on Lanai. It’s no wonder the theme of this month’s Pulama Lanai-Four Seasons assembly was laulima, the Hawaiian word for cooperation – or more literally translated, many hands.

More than 200 gathered together at the Pulama Lanai-Four Seasons assembly to welcome Manele Bay Hotel staff members into the fold that already included the Koele Hotel staff -- nearly tripling the number of people collaborating on projects in Pulama Lanai departments and in community based organizations throughout the island. The assembly featured the many partnerships created and was an opportunity to share the results of their hard work in the community and with other departments.

In June, Manele Bay and Koele employees stepped outside of their usual roles and connected with Lanai children in the summer school program, Moolelo o Lanai. The Culture and Historic Preservation crew formed a chain of people to recreate an ancient wall of rocks. The Facilities, Nursery, Civil Landscape, Maintenance and Fleet departments worked diligently to fix, beautify and maintain our island from the soil and plants to building structures. 

Now, with even more hands involved than before, the Pulama Lanai-Four Seasons team continues to work together with the community to perpetuate the culture and resources of Lanai.

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Vacation (2015)

August 28 – September 3, 2015

 

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Rusty Griswold fondly remembers his childhood vacation to Walley World, so he surprises his family with a trip to...

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (2015)

August 28 –September 3, 2015

 

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Guy Ritchie’s “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” offers a fresh take on the hugely popular 1960s television series. CIA...

Neighborhood News

Ethnic and Cultural Stories Bring Heritage to Life

Friday, August 21, 2015

Cultural and ethnic groups on Lanai are reminding us that learning often begins in the heart of a child’s heritage. A number of newly available programs and resources, spearheaded by the LHES Foundation through a literacy grant, are incorporating native languages and cultural stories to augment the educational experiences of Lanai keiki.



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Setting Students Up for Success this School Year

Friday, August 07, 2015

Transitioning from the beach to the classroom can be tough on Pine Lads and Lasses of any age. With summer ending and students heading back to school, it’s important to equip them with everything they need, physically and mentally, to succeed this academic year.



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Around the Square

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