“I just feel good about the fact that as a result of our efforts, 30 kids are going to start school in August,” said Michael Dexter-Smith during a Rotary luncheon Thursday at the St. Regis Princeville Resort. “That’s a chance for them to grow and be productive. “Giving kids around the the world a chance, that’s what I felt we gave them,” he continued. Michael, his wife Barbara, and Ai Hashigiwa traveled to Bungamati in May to help build two new classrooms.
“I really felt a passion to be a praise and worship leader at a young age, so I knew early what I wanted to do,” he said. Huey will be at three services hosted by King’s Chapel for “A Day of Praise and Worship.” Services will be 8:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. at Wilcox Elementary School, and 10:30 a.m. at 4469 Waialo Rd. in Eleele. The Sunday evening service will spotlight more music. He tours year-round and is visiting the Hawaiian Islands, sharing his faith.
The good news was, Alden had been hired by the county as a public information officer. Yes, a good career step, one that I certainly don’t begrudge anyone. Better pay, better hours and, as we all know, county employees get lots and lots of paid days off — more than the rest of us in the private sector. A job with a county is a good gig, with good pay and benefits and job security as the county rarely reduces its workforce.
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