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    Kokonut Koalition Gets Boost From CPB
Kokonut Koalition has partnered with Central Pa- cific Bank Foundation to further its mission to save Hawaiʻi Kai’s Koko Cra- ter Trail. CPB Foundation, which is the philanthrop- ic arm of Central Pacific Bank, will match donations up to $30,000. The monies will go toward needed sup- plies for temporary repairs to stabilize the iconic trail.
dent of Kokonut Koalition. “Every one of your dona- tions to Kokonut Koalition will help us get to our fund- raising goal, and finishing the Koko Crater project.”
“CPB Foundation is a wonderful member of the community, and their gen- erous grant positions us to complete our project to re- habilitate all of the Koko Crater Stairs. We still have alotofworktodo,butwe are making rapid progress,” states David Nixon, presi-
“CPB Foundation is proud to support Kokonut Koalition’s goal of repair- ing the Koko Crater Trail,” states executive director Keith Amemiya. “I’ve known their leaders, such as Lena Haapala, for sev- eral years and their efforts to repair this popular and iconic landmark and at- traction is exemplary and inspiring.”
Those who would like to donate can visit gofundme. com/f/help-us-save-the- koko-crater-trail.
On a recent windy day, Chris Maehara sank a hole-in-one at Hawai‘i Kai Golf Course. Sponsored by Swing King Golf, Maehara took home $20,000 for the feat, which was completed on hole 10. PHOTO COURTESY HAWAI‘I KAI GOLF COURSE
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