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88 Year Old Requests Birthday Donations Be Made to Partners In Development Foundation

December 22, 2009 Comments Off on 88 Year Old Requests Birthday Donations Be Made to Partners In Development Foundation

In a generous holiday gesture, Mrs. Aoe F. Chong asked that in lieu of presents for her 88th birthday, donations be made to the work of Partners in Development Foundation.

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Tūtū and Me Goes to Washington, D.C.

December 21, 2009 Comments Off on Tūtū and Me Goes to Washington, D.C.

Representatives from Partners in Development Foundation’s Tūtū and Me Traveling Preschool as well as Nā Pono No Nā ‘Ohana and Ka Pa‘alana were fortunate to attend the National Association for Education of Young Children’s Annual Conference.

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Aloha From East Kaua‘i

December 21, 2009 Comments Off on Aloha From East Kaua‘i

Aloha from the East Kaua‘i Staff of Tūtū and Me Traveling Preschool. The month of December is all about sharing and caring for others.

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Huaka‘i to the Glassbottom Boat

December 10, 2009 Comments Off on Huaka‘i to the Glassbottom Boat

In the month of August during our Ocean theme, the Pauoa and Haleiwa sites went on a huaka‘i to the Glass Bottom Boat located in Kāne‘ohe at the He‘eia Pier.

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Responsibility of Heritage

December 10, 2009 Comments Off on Responsibility of Heritage

Partners In Development Foundation President Jan E. Hanohano Dill was invited to deliver the fall convocation at William Penn University in Oskaloosa, Iowa by his good friend and colleague Steve Noah, Vice President for Advancement at WPU.

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Aloun Farm with Makakilo Keiki

December 3, 2009 Comments Off on Aloun Farm with Makakilo Keiki

On October 28, 2009 our Makakilo site went on a field trip to the Aloun Farms Pumpkin Patch.

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News from South Hawaii

December 2, 2009 Comments Off on News from South Hawaii

From the forest of Manuka to the black sands of Punalu‘u the southern most team brings you their latest news.

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‘Ike Ea on the Leeward Coast of Oahu

December 2, 2009 Comments Off on ‘Ike Ea on the Leeward Coast of Oahu

The ‘Ike Ea Program continued its goal of teaching Engineering and Electronics on two leeward coast schools.

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Huliau: Challenge to Change

November 9, 2009 Comments Off on Huliau: Challenge to Change

In the spirit of laulima, Ka Pa‘alana Preschools, a program of Partners in Development Foundation, in collaboration with service providers and the City & County of Honolulu, will be sponsoring the third annual Huliau at Kea‘au Beach Park.

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Halau Ku Mana students get to work

November 9, 2009 Comments Off on Halau Ku Mana students get to work

Last week, the Kai ‘Ekahi project spent their project day at Kewalo. It was the first day that this group worked on Kanehunamoku, Halau Ku Mana’s wa’a, during dry-dock.

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Six Hundred Mililani Middle School Eighth Graders Walk to Benefit Homeless on Leeward Coast

October 22, 2009 Comments Off on Six Hundred Mililani Middle School Eighth Graders Walk to Benefit Homeless on Leeward Coast

On September 25, 2009 and October 14, 2009, Ka Pa‘alana’s Mālama Mobile Outreach and ‘Ike No‘eau Teams, along with 600 eighth graders from Mililani Middle School’s Kūpono, Laulima, and Mālama tracks, participated in Mililani Middle School’s annual walk-a-thon, which raises money for worthy causes.

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Kohala Watershed Partnership

October 16, 2009 Comments Off on Kohala Watershed Partnership

On Tuesday, October 6, the Hawaiian Plant Propagation and Conservation mentorship under Ka Hana No‘eau joined Kohala Watershed Partnership for a morning of weed control work on Hälawa mauka lands.

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