For Saturday, July 3, 2010
POSTED: 1:30 a.m. HST, Jul 3, 2010
» The Maui Economic Development Board's Ke Alahele Education Fund gave 17 Maui schools more than $70,000 in grant funds to support STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) curriculum. Recipients are:
Kilohana Elementary School, Wailuku Elementary, Kalama Intermediate, Baldwin High, King Kekaulike High, Molokai High -- $5,000 each.
Valley Isle Professional Engineers in Robotics, $825, Iao Intermediate, $2,669.61, Kihei Charter, $4999.80, King Kekaulike High, $2,669.61, Hui Malama Learning Center, $4,048, Huli Au Ola, $3,217.64.
Kalama Intermediate, $9,713.56, Molokai Middle, three new Dell desktop computers and $2,695, Wailuku Elementary, $950, Maui Waena Intermediate, $2,916, and Lahainaluna High, $4,969.30.
» Kuakini Health System received $5,000 from Friends of Hawaii Charities Inc. for its year-round "Healthful Lifestyle Promotions" community program. Kuakini provides free educational materials and health screenings at several major community events, including the Great Aloha Run's Sports, Health and Fitness Expo, the First Hawaiian Bank Primetime Wellness Fair, and Kuakini's annual open house for students.