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Lt. Gov. "Duke" Aiona, right, stood next to Masaichi Tasaka, board chairman for the Lanakila Rehabilitation Center, at a groundbreaking ceremony yesterday for the renovation of the 35-year-old Lanakila Facility and Kitchen, where more than 2,000 Meals on Wheels are prepared daily.
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