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It All Started With a Dream

In April 1990, Erlinda Ceria Rosario had a slight dilemma. After twenty years as a McDonald’s employee, Erlinda sat in her office, strategizing how to convince her family to move to Maui to become the new franchise owner of the...

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Pomp and Circumstance:

Graduation Ceremonies Mark the Beginning This past month, over a thousand high school Seniors in the County of Maui marched to Pomp and Circumstance, a song composed in 1901, with lyrics written in 1902 to celebrate the coronation of King...

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A New Day for Maui Memorial Medical Center

July 1 will usher in a new day in healthcare for our Maui community. Maui Memorial Medical Center will be transitioning from State management to a new nonprofit organization—Maui Health System, a subsidiary of Kaiser Permanente. Our hospital will continue...

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Hawai‘i Medical Aid in Dying Bill Deferred

…bill implicates profoundly private issues and calls on Hawai‘i residents to reflect on their personal views and beliefs about life and faith and suffering. Every year, a Roosevelt High School Participation in Democracy class emails various legislators commenting on bills...

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It’s Fiesta Time…

Filipinos are a religious bunch. After the Easter celebration in the spring, Filipinos gather in their hometown for their town fiesta–usually on the feast of the town’s patron saint. Folks from the city or ili, return back to their barrio...

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Kalooban: The Filipino in Spirit and in Religion

With the beginning of the liturgical season of Lent on Ash Wednesday, which this year is on March 1, and then the celebration of the Solemnity of Easter on April 16, religion will play a large role this month and...

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