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Apr 23 2021

Art at The Capitol

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Apr 23 2021

Job Openings

Regency Hualalai sent us this flyer to remind people that they have job openings available. The location is along Hualalai Road in Kailua-Kona. Information about them can be found on their website: https://www.regency-pacific.com/…/regency-at-hualalai/ Read More →

Apr 23 2021

Luck We Live Hawaii

My husband Vern took this wonderfully beautiful photo this morning from our home along the Hamakua Coast. Some of the nicest sunrises are seen every morning from East Hawaii. Read More →

Apr 23 2021

We’re Purpled up!!

“Purple Up for the National Month of the Military Child” is an annual observance that allows all Americans to celebrate military children. Purple references the joint environment of the military – encompassing all service branches, , Active Duty, Reserve, National Guard, and Veterans, and encourages everyone to wear purple.The Hawai’i State Senate recognizes all military-connected… Read More →

Mar 23 2021

COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic in Hilo

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Mar 23 2021

How to Start a Small Business

Itʻs not too late to register! Join us for our popular “How to Start a Small Business” two-part webinar on March 24th and 25th from 9 am -11 am.Register for each webinar HERE: https://clients.hisbdc.org/workshop.aspx?ekey=1410005 by tomorrow, March 23rd.Please see the attached flyer below for details.Mahalo! Read More →

Endorsements

Aaron Chung

I’ve been a long-time supporter of Lorraine and the reason is simple: Lorraine is a good person. She was brought up in Hilo through humble circumstances and it shows in her decision-making and the way she treats people. She’s a kind-hearted, clean-hearted and caring individual who is genuinely respectful towards others. Her character fits the term “public servant.” We need more people like Lorraine in government.

Barbara Hastings

Lorraine’s being on the Senate Ways and Means Committee gives her critical input on where the state’s money is spent. In my view, she has always exercised that position carefully.

Aaron K. Pacheco, Sr.- Waiakea resident

Lorraine Inouye has been a name I could trust for as long as I can remember. I trust her with our future!

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