140 year of Shriners

140 year of Shriners

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Shining Stars

HMSA Foundation awards health grants
Oct 02, 2008
The Hawaii Medical Service Association Foundation approved grants for 12 health and community organizations. They are American Lung Association of Hawaii, $25,000; Association of Native Hawaiian Physicians, $5,000; Hawaii Lions Foundation, $25,000; Hawaii Parkinson Association, $25,000; Helping Hands Hawaii, $49,900; Imua Family Services, $25,000; Kohala Hospital Charitable Foundation, $15,000; Moiliili Community Center, $5,000; Pacific Cancer Foundation, $5,500; Shriners Hospital for Children, $5,000; Hawaii Foodbank, $25,000; and the University of Hawaii at Hilo, College of Pharmacy, $75,506.

The 2008-2009 board of directors of Hale Kipa Inc. includes Chairwoman Stacy Evenson, vice president of government affairs of the Hawaii Medical Services Association; Vice Chairman Luke W.T. Yeh, senior vice president, Bank of Hawaii; Treasurer Dennis H.K. Hu, senior vice president and deputy manager, First Hawaiian Bank; and Secretary Lianne Iwanaga-Ohashi, director of regulatory affairs, Hawaiian Telcom.

Three new members are Scott W.H. Seu of Hawaiian Electric Co.; Wendi Takemoto, Punahou School; and Susan Utsugi, Central Pacific Bank.

"Shining Stars" runs Monday through Thursday.

The Hawaii Medical Service Association Foundation approved grants for 12 health and community organizations. They are American Lung Association of Hawaii, $25,000; Association of Native Hawaiian Physicians, $5,000; Hawaii Lions Foundation, $25,000; Hawaii Parkinson Association, $25,000; Helping Hands Hawaii, $49,900; Imua Family Services, $25,000; Kohala Hospital Charitable Foundation, $15,000; Moiliili Community Center, $5,000; Pacific Cancer Foundation, $5,500; Shriners Hospital for Children, $5,000; Hawaii Foodbank, $25,000; and the University of Hawaii at Hilo, College of Pharmacy, $75,506.

The 2008-2009 board of directors of Hale Kipa Inc. includes Chairwoman Stacy Evenson, vice president of government affairs of the Hawaii Medical Services Association; Vice Chairman Luke W.T. Yeh, senior vice president, Bank of Hawaii; Treasurer Dennis H.K. Hu, senior vice president and deputy manager, First Hawaiian Bank; and Secretary Lianne Iwanaga-Ohashi, director of regulatory affairs, Hawaiian Telcom.

Three new members are Scott W.H. Seu of Hawaiian Electric Co.; Wendi Takemoto, Punahou School; and Susan Utsugi, Central Pacific Bank
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