Life Smarts is an educational program of the National Consumers League established in 1994 that prepares students to be smart consumers by teaching consumer literacy.
The program includes participants from public and private schools, homeschools, clubs and youth organizations.
Meeting and having face-to-face conversation is important.” Skeptics and romantics alike, between the ages of 20 and 30, get a chance to meet their soul mate (or, at least, their next first date) on the third Thursday of every month out on the patio at Bar 35 in downtown Honolulu.
Registration is simple—you go to hispeedating.com, fill out a short form that asks what you’re looking for in a relationship and spend for a drink, some pizza and, oh, yeah, the opportunity to meet 10 possible matches for seven minutes each (versus potentially spending 0 on drinks at a bar and only chatting up your Uber driver at the end of the night). and the event officially begins at 8, with casual mingling before the actual speed dating starts. The speed-daters get seven minutes to make a lasting first impression.
“A lot of the people who come are really shy, and this is perfect for them because it helps them converse.Students Christina Determan, Evangeline Muyano, Lauren Higa, and Gelsey Manipon earned a spot in the Hawaii Life Smarts State Competition.In order to advance, the team had to place in the top four in the online portion of the program.Enter starting June 1 and your pet will have the chance to be our 2018 cover model.Learn more about how to participate The Hawaiian Humane Society is seeking homes for eight special-needs dogs from the Waianae Rescue who have severe medical and/or behavioral issues ranging from renal disease and seizure disorders to aggression towards other animals or people.