Dennis Dumancas Catering Services (Update 8/29/13)

Cakes

DOBASH CAKE 8 inch round $14.00
Chocolate cake $10.00
Yellow $10.00
Red Velvet $12.00
Banana $12.00
Coconut $12.00

Mochi

Custard Butter Mochi 1/2 Pan $20.00 (24-32 pieces)
Chocolate Custard Butter Mochi $20.00 (24-32 pieces)

Haupia

Haupia  pudding 1/2 Pan $20.00

Pies

CUSTARD PIES 9inch Deep $12.00each (Original Recipe)
Coconut Custard $12.00 each

Specialties

Laulau $4.00 each or 3 for $11.00
Pasteles $3..00 each or 2 for $5.00
Smoked Pork $10.00/ lb.
Pork Char Siu $8.00/lb
Smoked Marlin $10.00/lb.
Pipikaula (semi dried beef) $14.00/lb.
Dried AHI (Yellow fin Tuna) $18.00/lb.
Kalua Pig (Pork) $8.00/ lb.

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Hawaii News Now: Drive to register Native Hawaiians moving slowly

http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/23174213/drive-to-register-native-hawaiians-moving-slowly

Drive to register Native Hawaiians moving slowly

HONOLULU (AP) – An effort by Native Hawaiians to form their own government has signed up fewer than 20,000 of the 200,000 people it is seeking, but organizers are undaunted.

The initiative known as Kana’iolowalu launched in July 2012 after enactment of a state law recognizing Native Hawaiians as the only indigenous people of the island. The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reports that the law created a Native Hawaiian Roll Commission to identify them.

The yearlong drive was extended until January because of the short pace of signups.

Organizers say they are set to add another 50,000 names Sept. 15 when they consolidate people who have signed previous registries.

The law says that those who are registered may decide on their form of self-government.

Nearly 290,000 natives live in the state.

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DLNR Scales Back on Programs Due to Federal Budget Cuts

http://www.khon2.com/2013/08/27/dlnr-scales-back-on-programs-due-to-federal-budget-cuts/

Hawaii News Now: DLNR’s Aila to ‘talk story’ with Oahu fishermen – September 4, 2013

William J. Aila, Jr., DLNR chairperson

William J. Aila, Jr., DLNR chairperson

http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/23278890/dlnrs-aila-to-talk-story-with-oahu-fishermen
DLNR’s Aila to ‘talk story’ with Oahu fishermen

Wednesday, August 28, 2013 1:16 PM EST

HONOLULU (AP) – Oahu fishermen will get an opportunity to air their concerns before the chairman of the state Department of Land and Natural Resources.

DLNR Chairman William Aila Jr. will listen to fishermen and answer questions at an informal “talk story” session on Sept. 4. The department says similar sessions have taken place on other islands and have been well-attended.

Aila says he hopes to work with the fishing community to come up with solutions to Hawaii fishing issues.

Fishermen are asked to help spread the word about next week’s meeting.

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