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Grants Available for Lanai Small Businesses

Small businesses are at the heart of any community, and Lanai is no different. Our favorite mom-and-pop shops, services and locally owned restaurants can’t be found anywhere else, which is exactly what makes them so special. Owning a small business isn’t easy, no matter where you’re located. The Maui County Office of Economic Development recognizes […]

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Around the Square: Honey Love Lanai

Dajia Quitevis is a Lanai girl, through and through. “I can’t imagine living anywhere else. Lanai will always be my home,” she said. Now, this entrepreneur is growing her jewelry business, Honey Love Lanai, on the island and gaining a following online with the help of social media and Etsy. A young artist on Lanai […]

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Tropic Care Provides Free Health Services on Lanai

Lanai residents can get a free checkup, dental filling or pair of glasses at Lanai Gymnasium, for a limited time. Tropic Care, a no-cost health clinic, runs through Sunday, Aug. 19 on Lanai, Molokai and Maui. Health services are provided by 52 active-duty and reserve U.S. military personnel, here on Lanai as part of a […]

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Lanai High Celebrates 80 Years

This year’s Pineapple Festival on July 7 was filled with even more excitement and anticipation than normal. The community welcomed Lanai High and Elementary School (LHES) alumni from near and far to celebrate the school’s 80th anniversary year. Hundreds of alumni from nearly 20 classes turned out to catch up with friends and reminisce about […]

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Tips for heading back to school

LHES students head back to school next week. If you haven’t already, mark your calendar for the first day of classes on Aug. 6! It can be hard to adjust to a new grade, new teachers and an influx of homework and activities after summer vacation. However, parents can help their students achieve academic success […]

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Lanai’s Little Farmers Learn Lessons from the Garden

Keiki O Lanai Preschoolers are getting an early start in learning about sustainability. With the help of Pulama Lanai, parent volunteers and community members, the children constructed and planted a garden complex to grow their own fruits, veggies and flowers. The children are exploring the concepts and methods of gardening that allow them to do […]

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Lots to See and Do at 2018 Pineapple Festival

Every summer, the community looks forward to the annual Pineapple Festival held on the first Saturday in July. Lanai Community Association has another stellar lineup planned for this year, with lots to see, do and eat! Don’t miss the festivities this Saturday, July 7. LHES Alumni Parade Lanai High and Elementary School is celebrating its 80th anniversary […]

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Boy Scouts spend time serving Lanai community

A group of Boy Scouts from Oahu spent an unforgettable few days on Lanai learning, volunteering and having fun during their annual High Adventure summer camp. You may have seen them off Dole Square, pulling weeds, clearing overgrown grass and mowing the lawn in the hot summer sun; riding their bikes up Munro Trail; or […]

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National Trails Day Highlights Lanai’s Natural Treasures

Every year on the first Saturday in June, over one million hikers, bikers, runners, equestrians, and other trail users across the country flock to their favorite trails to discover, celebrate, and learn about trails as part of National Trails Day. National Trails Day was established in 1993 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the National […]

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Fun Summer Programs on Lanai

Summer’s here! LHES students are officially out of school, which means there’s plenty of free time for the beach, barbecues and playing in the park. Luckily, many organizations on Lanai have fun and interesting youth programs to keep kids occupied and help them learn something new. Stay fit at Lanai Community Health Center Active keiki […]

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