Nonprofit empowers folks with disabilities
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Keilani Robinson, 20, works one day a week at Uncle Clay's House of Pure Aloha in Aina Haina Shopping Center. The nonprofit Abilities Unlimited helped Robinson prepare for her part-time job.
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Keilani Robinson and Uncle Clay’s co-owner Bronson Chang chat with, seated clockwise from left, Jackie Lum, JJ Leng and Sharon Leng.
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