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REALTORS help Maui students make their mark

Did you know that an average pencil has enough graphite to draw a 35-mile-long line? Or that one Ticonderoga pencil can write up to 45,000 words? When you think about it, a single pencil holds so much potential. No wonder it is one of the most commonly used and most-wished-for school supplies. With that in…

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REALTORS® help students, teachers thrive in the classroom

The 2021-22 academic year is now in full swing, and while the back-to-school shopping season may be behind us, there’s still a need for basic supplies. The reality is, many students can’t afford these items and teachers often pick up the tab. In fact, according to a recent U.S. Department of Education survey, 94 percent…

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REALTOR® helps South Maui students succeed

Right now, in a classroom somewhere, a Kindergartener is using a bright red crayon to write his name on a sheet of paper. Down the hall, a third-grader sharpens a No. 2 pencil before opening her composition notebook. And outside on the playground, a fifth-grader plays tag wearing a brand-new pair of rubber slippers. These…

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REALTORS® help high school students succeed

Tougher classes. More homework. Higher expectations. High school can be an overwhelming time for many students. And without basic tools like pens, pencils, binders or notebooks, it can be even more challenging. That’s why Penni Egger of Island Sotheby’s International Realty and Kris Musto of Coldwell Banker Island Properties collect school supplies throughout the year…

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REALTORS® help West Maui students thrive in the classroom

The school year is back in full swing, and for many students at King Kamehameha III Elementary School in Lahaina, it’s shaping up to be an even better year thanks to Sue DeLoria and Barb Potts of Keller Williams Realty Maui. Just as they have in years past, Potts and Deloria will collect and distribute…

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Making back to school wishes come true

A new school year is underway, and for many Maui County students, it’s off to an even better start thanks to the Wishing Well… for Maui Students program. Wishing Well… for Maui Students is a program of the Realtors Association of Maui Community Foundation (RAMCF), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Since 2007, the Wishing Well has…

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RAM members help students succeed

It may be hard to believe, but starting next week, thousands of Maui County students will head back to the classroom, virtually or otherwise. And just like it has in years past, the Wishing Well…for Maui Students program will make the new school year a little easier for students, parents and teachers. Established in 2007,…

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RAM members serve up holiday fun

What was red, white, blue and fun all over? The Fourth of July-themed dinner at the Ka Hale A Ke Ola (KHAKO) Homeless Resource Centers Wailuku facility on Wednesday, July 7. Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Kahului and First Hawaii Title Corp., the event had all the trimmings: hot dogs and burgers, sautéed veggies,…

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‘A Walk in the Park’ for local keiki

A few weeks from now, thousands of students across the state will start school. There are some who may arrive on campus wearing broken rubber slippers—or none at all. Others may lose or break theirs during the day and have no replacement. That’s why Joe and Jodi Hogin of NextHome Hometown Realty Group coordinated a…

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Take ‘A Walk in the Park” for local keiki

What can you do with brand-new pair of rubber slippers? Make a kid’s day. At schools statewide, some students arrive on campus wearing one slipper—or none at all. Others lose or break theirs during the day and have no replacement. That’s why Joe and Jodi Hogin of NextHome Hometown Realty Group decided to hold a…

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