Renewable energy – how will it affect Lanai?

For those who are interested in learning more about the issues and voicing your opinions about the wind energy project and how it may impact Lanai, please click for information. Wind EIS public scoping meetings will be held on various islands to address these important issues.

To find out more
Click to view/download the press release for more information, including dates/times/locations of public scoping meetings that you  may attend.

Scholarship Opportunity

Lanai High and Elementary School will be participating in Foodland’s Shop for Higher Education scholarship program which will run from Feb. 9 to March 30, 2011.  Help a Lanai senior earn a $2000 scholarship by shopping at Foodland and designating the school’s code #7563.  For every Maika’i point you earn, Lanai High will earn a matching point!

Hawaiian Airlines is Maika’i
For every dollar you spend at Foodland, you receive one Maika`i Point. When you accumulate 250 Maika`i Points, you’ll receive a My Rewards Certificate that you can redeem for various rewards, including 200 HawaiianMiles!

Aloha from Friends of Lana’i

You are invited to attend a Legislative Informational Briefing on the O’ahu industrial wind power plant proposed for Lana’i.  It will be held on Tuesday, January 11, 2011, from 1:30 – 4:00 pm at the State Capitol Room 229.  The briefing is being convened by the State Senate Committee on Energy and Environment, Chair Mike Gabbard, and Senate Committee on Commerce and Consumer Protection, Chair Rosalyn Baker.  Representatives of Friends of Lana’i, HECO, LSG, DBEDT, and Castle & Cooke will be presenting and answering questions.