In observance of International Conflict Resolution Day, the public is invited to a free workshop, “Ho‘opono Pono Ke Ala: Making Right More Right, the Path,” from 5-7 p.m. Oct. 26 in University of Hawaii at Hilo Campus Center Room 301.
Fermented foods have been a part of every ancient culture throughout history. Sauerkraut, pickles and yogurt are a few of the many traditional live-cultured, fermented foods. These foods developed out of the need to preserve food before refrigeration was possible.
Lyla N. Aniban, 57, of Pahoa died Oct. 16 at home. Born in South Kona, she was an agent with the Transportation Security Administration at Hilo International Airport and Kahului Airport and cake decorator at KTA in Hilo. Visitation 8-10 a.m. Saturday (Oct. 20) at Pahoa Sacred Heart Church. Memorial Mass at 10 a.m. Online condolences: homelanimemorialpark.com. Survived by daughter, Amy (Scott) Barricklow; sons, Jason Richards and Bryan (Danielle) Richards; mother, Sarah Aniban; brothers, Wayne (Radhika) Aniban, Patrick (Ohia) Aniban and William (Manu) Aniban; sisters, Paulette (Kaleo) Pacheco and Roxanne (Viktor) Lawcock; three grandchildren.
Students in the Culinary Arts program at Hawaii Community College-Palamanui in Kailua-Kona received a special treat Oct. 3, when a guest chef joined the class to share his dessert-making expertise.
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.