A trip to Lanai City shows new developments underway
By Dennis Oda
August 6, 2017
Updated on August 6, 2017 at 12:58 am
Larry Ellison is relaxed as he discusses future projects related to Lanai especially Ellison’s vision to develop large scale hydroponic farming and health issues on the island.
Dr. David Agus talks about health issues and how they might relate to Lanai Island. He gave a presentation in the Lanai Theatre to the residents of Lanai Island and other interested people.
Pharmacist Kert Shuster, left, and David Agus talk about health issues and how they might relate to Lanai Island.
Dr. David Agus, left, tries out the HMSA online care kiosk located in the Rainbow Pharmacy.
Kert Shuster and Tina Kikuyama in Rainbow Pharmacy in Lanai City. Shuster has expanded it into a knick knack shop and eventually a coffee shop. Before he opened, there was no pharmacy on Lanai. Residents had to go to the other islands to fill their prescriptions.
Jason Shashi smiles as he talks about being able to pick up his prescription at Rainbow Pharmacy now that Kert Shuster opened it up in Lanai City.
Ann, left, and Tet Anderson with their children inside Venture Physical Therapy clinic in Lanai City.
Patient Care Manager for Hospice Hawaii Lanai Melissa Champlin and President of Hospice Hawaii Ken Zeri inside the Lanai Hospice.
These are two old cars parked inside an old garage located across the street from the Lanai Theatre.
Only one car can be seen on this stretch of the road from the Lani Airport to Lanai City town.