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For any college-bound high school senior, there’s nothing quite like the thrill of receiving an acceptance letter from their top-choice school. But for many, that chicken-skin moment may be overshadowed by a distressing question: “How am I going to pay for this?” That’s why student scholarship programs are so important. There are many Realtors Association…

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It was a flight to remember: On Tuesday, May 18, Lanai High School graduating senior Naupaka Borders sat at the controls of an airplane for the very first time. For Borders, an aspiring pilot bound for the U.S. Air Force this fall, it was a childhood dream come true. That dream was made possible by…

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If you passed by any of the Keller Williams Realty Maui offices on Thursday, May 13, you may have noticed near-empty parking lots, darkened windows or “closed” signs hanging on the front doors. No, these agents weren’t playing hooky from work. To the contrary, they spent the day giving back to the community through coordinated…

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RAM/YPN members clean up Sugar Beach

It was a perfect bookend to Earth Week 2021: On the morning of Saturday, April 25, a group of volunteers armed themselves with heavy-duty garbage bags and set out on a litter-finding mission along a stretch of Sugar Beach in North Kihei. Three hours later, they had rounded up an entire Toyota Tacoma truck bed’s…

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Michael and Kim Fish may be two of the Realtors Association of Maui’s newest members, but they’ve already made a big impact in their new profession. Last November, the couple decided to make a career pivot and earned their real estate licenses the following month. Now with eXp Realty, the Fishes say they couldn’t be…

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What comes to mind when you think of the Civil Air Patrol? Maybe you picture a single-engine plane flying close to shore as it broadcasts a tsunami warning via an air-to-ground speaker system. Or maybe it’s an aircrew conducting a search and rescue mission in the aftermath of a hurricane. If that’s what flashes in…

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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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For the past nine years, green-clad bocce ball players have taken the field at Mulligans on the Blue in Wailea on a designated morning in mid-March for the annual St. Patrick’s Day-themed Aloha BackPack Buddies Bocce Ball Fundraising Tournament. The tournament benefits the Maui Food Bank’s Aloha BackPack Buddies program, which provides healthy weekend meals…

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Sometimes, one good idea can create a ripple effect. Case in point: Maui Kokua Angels, a new volunteer-fueled program that collects wished-for items for residents staying at Ka Hale A Ke Ola (KHAKO) Homeless Resource Centers. Maui Kokua Angels began in March, but its origins stretch back to the summer of 2018. That’s when Realtors…

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Brendan O’Colmain never saw it coming. The signs were all there: His wife, Ashley, had casually stopped by his office that morning. Sharon Robinson of Movement Mortgage also paid an out-of-the-ordinary visit. And as he and his colleagues convened a team meeting, a video camera was conspicuously stationed a few feet away. Even so, O’Colmain,…

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