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2022 Hurricane Season is Upon Us

Prepare now It’s time to evaluate if you and your family are ready for the season with the appropriate supplies. Early preparation allows Lanai residents to avoid a last-minute rush for supplies when a hurricane or tropical storm approaches the island. Having ample provisions ensures your family will weather the aftermath of a destructive storm, […]

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Where Are They Now – Primo Bolo

During his time at LHES, Primo Bolo (class of 2010) was always involved in sports or extracurricular activities. “It was a great way to get out, socialize, spend time with friends, travel, and see other places,” said Primo. Among his extracurriculars was yearbook, which became the catalyst for his love of photography. Knowing that applying […]

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Mother’s Day on Lanai

To celebrate Mother’s Day, we asked people around town to share special memories of their mothers. Here’s what they had to say: Megan Amby Mother: Fiona Amby What is your fondest memory with your mother? During 4th of July weekend when I was around 8 years old, I was upset that I was missing the […]

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Earth Day 2022: 4th Grade Students Plant Wiliwili Trees

In celebration of Earth Day this year, Danyel Erickson, fourth-grade teacher at Lanai High & Elementary School, decided to take a hands-on approach to the annual holiday that raises awareness about environmental issues impacting our planet. After months of germinating seeds, she and her class of 16 students outplanted native plants at the Keone enclosure […]

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Lanai Leos Roaring by Example

If you attend community events on Lanai, you may notice a group of students guiding elders, cleaning up, or helping with other activities behind the scenes. These dedicated helpers are part of the Lanai Leo club, the student chapter of the Lions club, an international community service organization working to improve health and well-being of […]

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Where Are They Now – Brenden Kaaikala

Brenden Kaaikala graduated from LHES in 2007. He soon moved to the Big Island to attend the University of Hawaii at Hilo to study astronomy and later switched his major to Hawaiian Language. As a Native Hawaiian, Brenden wanted to learn more about his history and culture. Although, eventually, he decided school was not the […]

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Kidney Health is Optimal Health: Kidney Care on Lanai

March is National Kidney Month, a time to raise awareness about kidney health. Kidneys are small organs with big functions. They regulate the body’s fluid levels, filter waste and toxins from blood, regulate blood pressure, help build strong bones, and regulate muscle function. Maintaining healthy kidneys is important to your overall health and well-being by […]

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Valentine’s Day on Lanai

In honor of Valentine’s Day, we asked couples around town what the secret is to a long and happy relationship. Here’s what they had to say: Jo and Paul Alconcel What’s the secret to a long and happy relationship? The secret to a long and happy relationship for us is to love each other, always […]

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Bringing Holiday Cheer to Lanai Every Year

No matter what happens during the year, festive is always a joyous time for the Lanai community. And for 17 years, the Kahiau Project has been a large part of that. Residents currently living on the island, and even those abroad, all give generously to bring holiday cheer to families in need. The Meaning of […]

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