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Maui schools robotics programs got a chance to test their design skills by competing in a challenge! AYME reporter, Jack Stewart, reports!
The public was invited to tour the grand opening of the new Holoholo Book Mobile at Queen Ka\\\\\\\’ahumanu Center. The Book Mobile was a collaboration with Hawaii Public Libraries and Maui Friends of the Library. Produced by Zariah Birrer for AYME. www.librarieshawaii.org
School aged kids get together to celebrate books by creating book marks, playing book bingo, and cleaning books. This monthly event is offered by the Kihei Public Library. AYME reporter, Dominique Wenzler-Steves attends to find out what the program is about.
The Maui Science Center offers an event that encourages kids to learn more about science through ʻhands-onʻ activities. The Hands on Science event was hosted the Kahului Library for youth 5+ with an accompanying adult. AYME reporter, Dominique Wenzler-Steves, finds out the value of science in our community.
Kamehameha Schools Maui hosts their Career Day for students. Over 70 businesses attended to talk story with youth looking at career options. Akaku education and production staff attended!
Maui residents are invited to recycle their unused paints at the Malama Maui Nui baseyard in Puunene. This informational video is to educate the public about how to use this valuable resource and outline rules for utilizing it. For more information call 877-2524.
Jerry Konanui shares his knowledge on native Hawaiian plants at the Maui Nui Botanical Gardens.
AARP hosts a Scam Jam on Maui at St Theresa\\\’s Church in Kihei. The free public event helps educate people about fraud and how to prevent it. Speakers included AARP, the Attorney Generals office, the Hawaii Better Business Bureau, the DCCA and the Maui Prosecuting Attorneys office.
Maui Electric holds the first Go EV event that showcases green vehicles and their benefits. AYME reporter, Kaimana Idica, attends the event to see whats new with electric vehicle technology!
The Pacific & Asian Affairs Council hosts the Academic WorldQuest Competition in Hawaii. Over 60 High School teams statewide competed for a chance to represent Hawaii state in Washington DC for a National competition. Held at various locations around the state, youth teams took on 60 questions on world affairs …