Career day event gets $25,000 OHA grant
The Office of Hawaiian Affairs
awarded $25,000 to Hawaii Construction Career Days
, a nonprofit corporation, for its career day event for high school students in October at Honolulu Community College. The activities are part of a effort to increase the skilled labor pool for construction projects.
The Carl and Hildgund Bucky Foundation
donated $5,000 to the Alzheimer's Society
, $2,500 to Habilitat Services
and $2,500 to the Make a Wish Foundation
Kiewit Building Group Inc.
donated $10,000 to the Nanakuli Housing Corp.
to purchase materials for a warehouse and training facility in Kalaeloa. NHC provides technical assistance and low-interest home-repair loans to Waianae Coast families.
Mount Holyoke College
in Massachusetts has awarded Rachel Borg
, a 2004 graduate of Punahou School, the Margaret Davis Stitt Prize for excellence in dramatic arts by a graduating senior. Borg is a set and costume designer.
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