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Mahalo from 9th Life Hawai‘i

June 9, 2011
Maui Weekly

We would like to thank the students and staff who participated in the Maui College Construction Academy’s program for building these four feeding station/shelters at the King Kekaulike High School campus. These little buildings help us provide shelter for our many kitties. At the same time, students are learning valuable construction skills.

Unfortunately, I was in the hospital most of May, and regretfully, I do not have the students’ names. I would like to mention Phil Johnson, Maui College Construction Academy, and Mark Elliott, vice principal at King Kekaulike High School, as two of the many people responsible for this great community program.

And we could not have gotten these heavy buildings to our sanctuary without the help of Royal Hawaiian Movers. Royal Hawaiian Movers has our immense gratitude for transporting these shelters from King Kekaulike High School to the 9th Life Hawai‘i sanctuary. No small task, as these shelters are heavy and large. Mahalo—could not have done it without you.



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