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Hawaii Small Business Regulatory.
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Friends of Hanauma Bay Scholarship Donation.

Mahalo for all that you do for our island home.

The Board of Directors of the Friends of Hanauma Bay (FOHB) is excited to announce the establishment of the Friends of Hanauma Bay Scholarship Program in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the designation of Hanauma Bay as the State of Hawaii’s first Marine Life Conservation District (MLCD). This important milestone in the history of Hawaii’s conservation programs is directly responsible for preserving the spectacular beauty and abundant diversity of marine life we find today, and was the precursor to ten more MLCDs that exist to date throughout the state.

The FOHB Scholarship Program is intended to recognize one or more graduating seniors at the Henry J. Kaiser High School who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to supporting FOHB’s conservation mission. Our goal is to award at least two $1,000 scholarships in 2018.

We hope you will consider joining the generous donors who have already contributed to the Scholarship Program. Any amount will make a difference to these hard-working students. And, through December 31, 2017, we have a matching grant that effectively doubles you contribution. You can make your year -end donat ion through the “Donate” but ton at www.friendsofhanaumabay.org or by mailing a check, with Scholarship Fund indicated on the memo line, to Friends of Hanauma Bay, P. O. Box 25761, Honolulu, Hawaii 96825-0761.

Mahalo nui loa for helping us get off to a great start in supporting the next generation of environmental leaders in our community!

Lisa Bishop

President, Friends of Hanauma Bay
email: president@friendsofhanaumabay.org
tel: 808-748-1819
PO Box 25761 Honolulu, HI 96825-0761

2017 Friends of Hanauma Bay Officers and Board is a volunteer-powered 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of coastal and marine environments, emphasizing stewardship of the natural resources of Hanauma Bay. FOHB is the official adopting agency for Hanauma Bay, conducts quarterly clean-ups of the Nature Preserve, and is the primary advocate in the community and with elected and government officials for the protection, preservation, and restoration of Hanauma Bay.

E Komo Mai
The Friends of Hanauma Bay is dedicated to the conservation of coastal and marine environments, emphasizing stewardship of the natural resources of Hanauma Bay. If you love Hanauma Bay, join us in our efforts to preserve the Bay for future generations.

Happy Veteran’s Day 2017

The annual Kaiwi Coast Run & Walk

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Aloha and Welcome to the Kaiwi Coast Run & Walk

This is a unique and exciting opportunity for our island community to experience the beauty of the scenic Kaiwi coastline at a runner’s or walker’s pace.  The road is closed from the start line until Hanauma Bay! The annual Kaiwi Coast Run & Walk is a community oriented 4-mile journey along the famous Kaiwi coast scenic highway. The event begins at Awawamalu (Sandy Beach) with the rise of the sun over the Kaiwi Channel, a Hawaiian oli and the blowing of the pu (conch) shell.
Race Start: 6:45 a.m.