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Where Are They Now – Niel Cabico

Niel Cabico’s journey since graduating from LHES in 2006 is nothing short of a hole-in-one. After high school, he attended Maui Community College for one year before returning to Lanai. There, he continued his studies through distance learning while securing a job at the Koele Golf Course. Niel worked at the course for two years, […]

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Spread holiday joy through the Kahiau Project

The holiday season is approaching, and the Kahiau Project is seeking applicants and donations to make this year’s holidays merry and bright for all families on Lanai. Kahiau means to give generously and lavishly without the expectation of reward. True to its name, the Kahiau Project has been distributing gifts of clothing, new toys and […]

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Where Are They Now – Fred Camero

After Fred Camero graduated from LHES in 1984, he continued his education at the University of Redlands, earning a degree in electrical engineering. This academic journey not only lit up his intellect but also electrified his career in both the military and the civilian sector. From Officer to Lieutenant During college, Fred enlisted in the […]

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Farmer stand launches at Dole Park on July 29

This Saturday, July 29, will mark the soft launch of a farm stand conceptualized by the Lanai Chamber of Commerce. “[We] were motivated by one thing, and that’s access to high-quality, locally produced food for the entire community,” says David Leon, member of Lanai Chamber of Commerce. “The farm stand is a community-centered representation of models that support food sovereignty. And […]

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Student makes history as first Lanai graduate of UH Maui College ACM

Arabela Llamelo has made history by becoming the first Lanai graduate of the University of Hawaii Maui College Academy for Creative Media (ACM). Overcoming financial challenges and embracing her passion for graphic design and illustration, Llamelo has achieved an impressive milestone by earning her associate degree entirely online. Llamelo’s family, originally from the Philippines, moved […]

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Teeing off for Turkey relief

We recognize the proper use of the Hawaiian language including the ‘okina [‘], a glottal stop, and the kahakō [ō] or macron (e.g., in place names of Hawai‘i such as Lāna‘i). However, these have been omitted from this website for the best online experience for our visitors. We realize the importance and continue to use […]

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2023 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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Earth Day 2023: Spreading the Tectococcus Love

Written by Kari Bogner, Botany Program Manager, Pulama Lanai.  We recognize the proper use of the Hawaiian language including the ‘okina [‘], a glottal stop, and the kahakō [ō] or macron (e.g., in place names of Hawai‘i such as Lāna‘i). However, these have been omitted from this website for the best online experience for our visitors. We […]

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Lanai Art Center’s Spring EGGceptional Contest

The Lanai Art Center recently hosted an egg decorating contest where participants were tasked with dressing up a ceramic egg. Contestants could use any type of medium, including paint, crayons, glue, glitter, markers and more. The contest was divided into four categories based on age: Pre-K (ages 3-5), Kids (ages 6-12), Youth (ages 12-18) and […]

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