September 10, 2023
Maui’s West Side is still grappling with the horror that struck Lahaina on August 8, 2023. Thousands of people who lost everything have been displaced and are now dealing with trying to find a long-term home, a school for their kids, and ways to manage their pain.
So many do not know what to do and are reaching out for help. We are asking you to help them by donating to charitable foundations like Maui Strong, which coordinates with the Red Cross and other national and local charities to cover short and long-term needs, Maui United Way, which provides help directly to those who have immediate needs, or Maui Food Bank, which provides free food. We thank you so much for helping our community.
Mary Anne Fitch & Nam L. Le Viet
KAPALUA HIKING TRAILS – PART 2
Explore The Beauty Of Kapalua
The Kapalua Coastal Trail is covered in Part 1 and can be found here. Just over 1⁄2 mile away from the Pacific’s shore, Kapalua offers hikes that are more challenging. This network of trails follows the former Village Course golf cart path. Starting at t...
HAWAII CORAL REEF COVERED WITH $2M INSURANCE POLICY
Protecting Hawaiian Heritage
If worsening coastal storms damage the reefs, the Nature Conservancy will get a payout and use the money to repair the coral — work that state officials can’t afford to do. The Nature Conservancy, an environmental group, has secured a $2 million insura...