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Attendees will acquire the skills to prepare nutrient rich soups and discover techniques to cultivate an attitude of gratitude through meditation. Jan. 22 at the J. Walter Cameron Center.
Attendees will acquire the skills to prepare nutrient rich soups and discover techniques to cultivate an attitude of gratitude through meditation, according to an announcement. This wellness workshop will be led by Sally Pechstein, registered dietitian, and Carla Jalbert, meditation instructor. It is sponsored by Susan G. Komen organization.
The Scouts separated the resort recyclable cans and bottles and then delivered them to the recycling center. Over the course of a few months, Troop 40 was able to redeem the recyclables for $1,000, which the troop donated back to purchase Hawaiiana books, a bookshelf and stuffed toys.
The Scouts assembled the bookshelf themselves at Wailuku Hongwanji Mission, and then surprised the students at Punana Leo o Lahaina, a Hawaiian language immersion pre K school located at Princess Nahienaena Elementary School in Lahaina, with the gift.
For more information about Troop 40, call Scoutmaster David Merchant at 344 3347. Feb. 10 for a Vegetable Garden Design and Care Workshop.
Ryan is a permaculture designer, farmer, project manager and educator. In this workshop, he will teach holistic design, low cost methods, layout and design, plant propagation, organic fertilization, soil building and care, composting, and pest and weed management. The cost is $75. Space is limited.
AAUW whale watch tickets on sale
Tickets are on sale for the American Association of University Women annual whale watch cruise. March 4 aboard the Pacific Whale Foundation catamaran Ocean Odyssey. at the Pacific Whale Foundation Maalaea store.
The cruise is the major fundraiser for AAUW three scholarships awarded each year to women who have completed two years of post secondary education and plan to continue their studies at the University of Hawaii Maui College.
Tickets are $40 each and include pupu, door prizes and whale watch guides and posters. Naturalists on board will talk about whales, and beer and wine will be available at the cash bar. Checks should be made out to AAUW Maui Branch. Include Watch Tickets in subject line of email. Cash donations for the scholarship fund are welcome.
Portuguese club offers scholarship
Cameron Center subject of talk
Cesar Gaxiola, executive director of the J. Walter Cameron Center, will be guest speaker at the noon meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Maui on Thursday at Tante Island Cuisine.
Gaxiola will speak about recent capital improvement projects and renewable energy initiatives at the Cameron Center. Lunch is from the menu and visitors are welcome.