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Heroes Next Door: Maile Meyer helps Hawaiian culture thrive by selling crafts

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                                Colleen Kimura, left, of Tutuvi fashions shows Maile Meyer, founder of Na Mea Hawaii, a muumuu she designed. Meyer’s store sells handmade, one-of-a-kind merchandise that includes local books, fashions, jewelry, Hawaiian implements, art and more.

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    Colleen Kimura, left, of Tutuvi fashions shows Maile Meyer, founder of Na Mea Hawaii, a muumuu she designed. Meyer’s store sells handmade, one-of-a-kind merchandise that includes local books, fashions, jewelry, Hawaiian implements, art and more.

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                                Maile Meyer sells a variety of Hawaii-themed books at her store Na Mea Hawaii in Ward Village.

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    Maile Meyer sells a variety of Hawaii-themed books at her store Na Mea Hawaii in Ward Village.

For her unflagging efforts to help Hawaii artists find audiences and establish a sustainable local economy, Maile Meyer was nominated as a Hero Next Door. Read more

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