Senator Brian Schatz
Town Hall Meeting
Tuesday, July 2
12:00 – 1:30pm
Kahului Elementary School Cafeteria
410 Hina Avenue
To RSVP: schatz.senate.gov/townhall
RSVPs will greatly expedite the check-in process.
For more information: (808) 523-2061
Live and Work situation in East Maui wilderness.
This is an opportunity for a single individual
or preferably a couple to come to Southeast Maui
to live and work maintaining our large
wilderness jungle property near the coast. The
position entails intensive mowing; clearing &
trimming grass and weeds; taking care of
chickens and fruit trees; the maintenance of
renewable off-grid infrastructure (power, water,
roads) and buildings. In exchange, we provide a
scenic and private living quarters with good
off-grid power and water; the use of a Jeep
Wrangler (or your truck); satellite internet;
and a modest monthly monetary stipend. This is
life in a wild tropical rain forest: wet, windy,
usually sunny with great hiking, hunting,
fishing, surfing, wild beaches and waterfalls
and diving nearby.
Our remote acreage on the slopes of Mt Haleakala
is far from development, powerlines, crowds and
stores. It provides an ideal lifestyle for one
or two self-sufficient independent, energetic,
stable, discrete individuals who thrive on hard
outdoor physical activity in a scenic natural
lifestyle. Opportunities for growing natural
food are endless, and herds of wild deer, pigs
and goats wander the property alongside our
flock of domestic chickens.
Required experience and abilities include safely
operating and maintaining a heavy tractor,
mower, weedwhacker, chainsaw, 4wd vehicles and
independent renewable power and water systems,
gardens and fruit trees in a rugged, wet & steep
environment. Occasional building and maintenance
projects are done as a team with the property
owners, long time Maui residents who are on the
property about half of the time. If you’re
willing to learn new skills and communicate, we
can help teach you.
This opportunity is available early July 2019 or
earlier. Military service veterans are
preferred. We’re looking for long-term situation
with the right individuals who can appreciate
the beautiful place and the quiet country
lifestyle, and live peacefully without drama.
Please send inquiries, requests for more
information, or resumes & verifiable references
The West Maui Veterans Club, Inc. is going to hold its annual Memorial Weekend event on Saturday the 25th of May at 10:00 a.m. This event has been held earlier than the Makawao Veterans Cemetery event as it is a focus event with special interest to West Maui residents. Traditionally, this has been an in-club exclusive event but this year it is open to all. Leading the event will be M.C. Bo Mahoe, 1st Air Calvary Viet Nam. Chief Speaker will be Janna Hoehn, of the Viet Nam Veterans Memorial Fund. Music by Melemai Kapu’uwaimai. Marilyn Kim, Director. Bobby Lee, Elocutioner, giving recognition to all our local participants in 100th Battalion, 442 Regimental Combat team and those who served in Korea.