1st Annual KOR Ranch Flea Market Oct. 3 & 4 (in Maili)!

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Waianae Farmers’ Market

ALOHA FARMERS’ MARKET FRIENDS!

Come down to the Waianae Farmers’ Market and get your 808 Sauces for the weekend barbecue and fresh, local veggies to start the next week. Malachi and his family are Waianae residents that started their business after receiving so many compliments about his ono barbecue ribs. Not only does he sell a variety of sauces, including Papaya and Mango Barbecue Sauce and Marinades and Orange Kalbi Sauce, he also marinates meats and grills them to perfection right at the market! Malachi, a client at Ulu Ke Kukui, is also an entrepreneur and is taking his home recipe to another level. Come to the market and support this local success!

If you, or anyone you know, is interested in becoming a VENDOR at the market – please do not hesitate to call. We are especially always looking for new FARMERS.

See you at the market THIS SATURDAY!!!

AT THE MARKET THIS WEEK:
• MARK’s SPECIALTIES – selling local, fresh eggs and fresh egg omelets.
• KAHUMANA FARMS – selling organically grown produce, baked goods, and ONO Mango smoothies.
• AUNTY NANI’s – homemade shortbread cookies: Macadamia nut, Chocolate Chip, Cinammon and more…
• PILI POT’S – orchids and plants, baked goods, and organically grown produce from MA’O
• STRAIGHT FROM THE SOURCE – locally caught, fresh fish and poke
• MANA`AI – hand pounded poi and pa`i`ai
• NAKED DAIRY – homemade cheese and butter from local cows and fresh baked bread
• 808 SAUCES – locally made barbecue sauces and marinades – also bbq plates
• MP FARMS – all your produce needs – from Asian vegetables to tropical fruits
• LYME’S – smoked fish, pickled onion, dried tako and more!
• CHUCK HARVEY – ocean life photography by local artist
• ALL HAWAIIAN HONEY – organic, local honey, honey sticks, and soap made with honey – SWEET

Financial Aid & Compass Test Orientation Workshops for New Students

Leeward Community College-Wai`anae
Financial Aid & Compass Test Orientation Workshops for New Students
October 2009

Leeward CC-Wai`anae is offering free informational workshops to new students applying to Leeward Community College for Spring 2010. The spring semester starts in January. These workshops will provide new students with information on applying for financial aid and completing the Compass placement test. Advanced registration for these free workshops is not necessary. College applications will also be available.

October workshop days, times, and topics:
10/6 (Tues) 3:30-4:30 – Financial Aid
10/14 (Wed) 4:30-5:30 – Financial Aid
10/15 (Thurs) 3:30-4:30 – Compass Orientation
10/23 (Fri) 4:30-5:30 – Compass Orientation
10/29 (Thurs) 3:30-4:30 – Compass Orientation

Laurie Lawrence, Coordinator
Leeward Community College-Wai`anae
(808) 696-6378

“A ‘ohe hana nui ke alu ‘ia.” (No task is too big when done together by all.)