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Rearview Mirror: Annual awards bestowed for contributions to Hawaii

CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / 2022
                                Ernest Lau of the Board of Water Supply has been instrumental in persuading the Navy to close the Red Hill Bulk Storage Facility.
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CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / 2022

Ernest Lau of the Board of Water Supply has been instrumental in persuading the Navy to close the Red Hill Bulk Storage Facility.

COURTESY LYNNE WATERS COMMUNICATIONS
                                For 30 years, “Emme’s Island Moments” has shared stories of the Obamas, Paul McCartney, Bruno Mars, Elton John, Stevie Wonder and many others. Emme Tomimbang with the Obamas at a 2010 fundraiser at The Kahala hotel.
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COURTESY LYNNE WATERS COMMUNICATIONS

For 30 years, “Emme’s Island Moments” has shared stories of the Obamas, Paul McCartney, Bruno Mars, Elton John, Stevie Wonder and many others. Emme Tomimbang with the Obamas at a 2010 fundraiser at The Kahala hotel.

COURTESY KITTY YANNONE
                                Kitty Yannone raised over $2 million to build the first Ronald McDonald House in Hawaii. It led to her working at and then owning the leading communications firm in the islands.
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COURTESY KITTY YANNONE

Kitty Yannone raised over $2 million to build the first Ronald McDonald House in Hawaii. It led to her working at and then owning the leading communications firm in the islands.

CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / 2022
                                Ernest Lau of the Board of Water Supply has been instrumental in persuading the Navy to close the Red Hill Bulk Storage Facility.
COURTESY LYNNE WATERS COMMUNICATIONS
                                For 30 years, “Emme’s Island Moments” has shared stories of the Obamas, Paul McCartney, Bruno Mars, Elton John, Stevie Wonder and many others. Emme Tomimbang with the Obamas at a 2010 fundraiser at The Kahala hotel.
COURTESY KITTY YANNONE
                                Kitty Yannone raised over $2 million to build the first Ronald McDonald House in Hawaii. It led to her working at and then owning the leading communications firm in the islands.