Volunteer at hospice and palliative care organization

Hawaii Care Choices, provider of palliative, hospice and bereavement care to East Hawaii, is looking to add to its volunteer team and will conduct a training session in November for community members interested in giving a few hours a week to uplift others.

Learn how walking a path of service can help make the world better

Discover how walking a path of service can have far-reaching effects and how strengthening these capacities within the community can make the world a better, more peaceful place during this month’s “Finding Solutions, Growing Peach” Brown Bag Lunch Series talk hosted by Ku‘ikahi Mediation Center.

Let’s Talk Food: Trends and happenings in the food industry

It is time to check on your spices to make sure they are not moldy and mildewy before the holiday baking starts. Remember that ground spices start to lose their punch after six months and especially here in Hilo where our humidity is high, they may not last as long as in drier climates.

Innovative weavers

Instructor Theresa Billian, center, helps Kay Shintani, left, with her basket Oct. 10 during the Innovative Hawaiian Basket Weaving class at Kamana Senior Center.