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KAUHALE NEWS UNIVERSITY of HAWAIT HAWAI'I COMMUNITY COLLEGE PLAMANUI Updates from Hawai'i Community College - Pálamanui & The University Center, West Hawai'i Discover Plamanui Campus improvement projects underway prenticeship programs has been completed. The physics lab is expected to be finished by June and will be an important component of the Associate of Science in Natural Construction projects happen- ing at the Hawaii Community College Pälamanui campus will boost the student experience, ac- ademic programs and the ability to host campus and community events. The projects include renovat- A project to build a new ing space to create a physics lab; multi-purpose lanai broke adding an overflow parking area ground last month and can that is also a place for construc- tion apprenticeship programs; completed next year. and adding a large new covered outdoor space that will benefit Interim Director of Hawari CC - Solemsaas added, "These projects sional services to the public as the Culinary Arts program and Pälamanui and the University demonstrate our continued com- part of their instruction. It will give students a better place to Center, West Hawai'i. "Mahalo mitment to serving island-wide also address a lack of infrastruc- congregate. "These facilities upgrades to make this happen, including ucation opportunities available to efective space to congregate. In show continued growth, evo- Rep. Nicole Lowen and the entire all Hawali Island residents." lution and our roots growing Hawaii Island legislative delega- stronger in this community," said tion." Raynette "Kalei" Haleamau-Kam, Science program. The covered lanai project is just getting start- ed, and is expected to be finished next year. The covered lanai will afford can be seen in a rendering above. It is expected to be Learn about the college programs available in your community and how to apply during virtual Discover Plamanui workshops. the Culinary Arts program the infrastructure to deliver profes- to our supporters for helping and making excellent higher ed- ture for students who haven't had addition, it will be an event space The projects are at various that can accommodate seating stages of development. The for over 300 for college and com- Monday, April 12 Online and Hybrid Bachelor's and Graduate Degrees - 12 NOON AND 5 P.M. Tuesday, April 13 Hawai'i Life Styles Program - 12 NOON Early College/Running Start - 5 P.M. Hawaii CC Chancellor Rachel parking lot and space for ap- munity functions. Celebrating community-campus connections Wednesday, April 14 Elama and Hilo One Scholarship Programs -12 NOON "All About Pälamanui" General old former teacher who enrolled nus, Michael Schloffel, who I our campus. He uses the leaves Hawai'i Community College in the Writing Personal History personally remember meeting for weaving and helps maintain Palamanui and the University dass taught by Dr. Richard Ste- with as an academic counselor the tree. Les donated a mat he as he was enrolling. Michael wove, which can be found in the Aki liked the class so much earned his associate degree in Library and Learning Center, lit- Kona for almost six years after that he has taken it for 10 liberal arts and a certificate of erally weaving himself and oth- moving from Kealakekua. It's years now. He is almost like a completion in environmental ers into the life of our campus. These are examples of true Now, years later, Michael has aloha that bring a richness to personal history that can be has been volunteering his time our campus. There are many found in our Library and Learn- to help mälama the campus. He ways to be involved, whether ing Center. He brings his wisdom volunteered on a fencing project as a degree-seeking student or and experience to dass, which that protects valuable trees, and a community supporter. I invite he shares with his younger he has helped build stone struc- you to get to know us, and be a commu- Raynette "Kalei" classmates. Aki also brings his tures that enhance the native part of our Pälamanui 'ohana. Aloha, Center, West Hawaii have been vens. at the current location in North Information Session - 5 P.M. Thursday, April 15 Nursing Program - 12 NOON been such a blessing to watch the con- nections members of co-teacher, and he has pub- studies, graduating in 2014. lished four books of his own "All About Plamanui" General Information Session- 5 P.M. For Zoom links, scan QR code at right or use link below: our hawaii.hawaii.edu/discoverpalamanui Haleamau-Kam nity are making with our campus, some- and shares the photos with fel- to campus. camera, documents the class Hawaiian trail network adjacent Mahalo, for more information, email the Pälamanui Office of Student Services at Raynette "Kalei" Haleau- times in unique and unexpected low students. Last, but not least, Finally, we have another com- mau-Kam, Interim Director of he shares food, which his fellow munity member, Les Au, who Hawai'i Community College - has, in a sense, adopted a lau- Pälamanui and the University palossehawai.edu. ways. One example is a gentleman students now call "Aki snacks." named Akinori Imai, a 92-year- hawaii.hawaii.edu/palamanui · 808-969-8816 Hawai Community College is an Equal Opportunity/Affrmative Action Institution. Another example is an alum- hala tree that is prominent on Center, West Hawaii KAUHALE NEWS UNIVERSITY of HAWAIT HAWAI'I COMMUNITY COLLEGE PLAMANUI Updates from Hawai'i Community College - Pálamanui & The University Center, West Hawai'i Discover Plamanui Campus improvement projects underway prenticeship programs has been completed. The physics lab is expected to be finished by June and will be an important component of the Associate of Science in Natural Construction projects happen- ing at the Hawaii Community College Pälamanui campus will boost the student experience, ac- ademic programs and the ability to host campus and community events. The projects include renovat- A project to build a new ing space to create a physics lab; multi-purpose lanai broke adding an overflow parking area ground last month and can that is also a place for construc- tion apprenticeship programs; completed next year. and adding a large new covered outdoor space that will benefit Interim Director of Hawari CC - Solemsaas added, "These projects sional services to the public as the Culinary Arts program and Pälamanui and the University demonstrate our continued com- part of their instruction. It will give students a better place to Center, West Hawai'i. "Mahalo mitment to serving island-wide also address a lack of infrastruc- congregate. "These facilities upgrades to make this happen, including ucation opportunities available to efective space to congregate. In show continued growth, evo- Rep. Nicole Lowen and the entire all Hawali Island residents." lution and our roots growing Hawaii Island legislative delega- stronger in this community," said tion." Raynette "Kalei" Haleamau-Kam, Science program. The covered lanai project is just getting start- ed, and is expected to be finished next year. The covered lanai will afford can be seen in a rendering above. It is expected to be Learn about the college programs available in your community and how to apply during virtual Discover Plamanui workshops. the Culinary Arts program the infrastructure to deliver profes- to our supporters for helping and making excellent higher ed- ture for students who haven't had addition, it will be an event space The projects are at various that can accommodate seating stages of development. The for over 300 for college and com- Monday, April 12 Online and Hybrid Bachelor's and Graduate Degrees - 12 NOON AND 5 P.M. Tuesday, April 13 Hawai'i Life Styles Program - 12 NOON Early College/Running Start - 5 P.M. Hawaii CC Chancellor Rachel parking lot and space for ap- munity functions. Celebrating community-campus connections Wednesday, April 14 Elama and Hilo One Scholarship Programs -12 NOON "All About Pälamanui" General old former teacher who enrolled nus, Michael Schloffel, who I our campus. He uses the leaves Hawai'i Community College in the Writing Personal History personally remember meeting for weaving and helps maintain Palamanui and the University dass taught by Dr. Richard Ste- with as an academic counselor the tree. Les donated a mat he as he was enrolling. Michael wove, which can be found in the Aki liked the class so much earned his associate degree in Library and Learning Center, lit- Kona for almost six years after that he has taken it for 10 liberal arts and a certificate of erally weaving himself and oth- moving from Kealakekua. It's years now. He is almost like a completion in environmental ers into the life of our campus. These are examples of true Now, years later, Michael has aloha that bring a richness to personal history that can be has been volunteering his time our campus. There are many found in our Library and Learn- to help mälama the campus. He ways to be involved, whether ing Center. He brings his wisdom volunteered on a fencing project as a degree-seeking student or and experience to dass, which that protects valuable trees, and a community supporter. I invite he shares with his younger he has helped build stone struc- you to get to know us, and be a commu- Raynette "Kalei" classmates. Aki also brings his tures that enhance the native part of our Pälamanui 'ohana. Aloha, Center, West Hawaii have been vens. at the current location in North Information Session - 5 P.M. Thursday, April 15 Nursing Program - 12 NOON been such a blessing to watch the con- nections members of co-teacher, and he has pub- studies, graduating in 2014. lished four books of his own "All About Plamanui" General Information Session- 5 P.M. For Zoom links, scan QR code at right or use link below: our hawaii.hawaii.edu/discoverpalamanui Haleamau-Kam nity are making with our campus, some- and shares the photos with fel- to campus. camera, documents the class Hawaiian trail network adjacent Mahalo, for more information, email the Pälamanui Office of Student Services at Raynette "Kalei" Haleau- times in unique and unexpected low students. Last, but not least, Finally, we have another com- mau-Kam, Interim Director of he shares food, which his fellow munity member, Les Au, who Hawai'i Community College - has, in a sense, adopted a lau- Pälamanui and the University palossehawai.edu. ways. One example is a gentleman students now call "Aki snacks." named Akinori Imai, a 92-year- hawaii.hawaii.edu/palamanui · 808-969-8816 Hawai Community College is an Equal Opportunity/Affrmative Action Institution. Another example is an alum- hala tree that is prominent on Center, West Hawaii

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