Barry Stigers, who worked most of the last 23 years of his 66-year career in radio and television at KAHI in Auburn, passed away Tuesday, leaving behind a legacy that resonates within the industry. Stigers was known for his dedication to his craft and his ability to connect with audiences through his captivating voice. As the news of his passing spread, colleagues and listeners alike expressed their admiration for his contributions to KAHI and the Auburn community.
If you've seen a K-drama actor swipe a little pink stick across her face, it was probably the Kahi Seoul Wrinkle Bounce Multi Balm. This versatile beauty product has gained popularity among K-Drama enthusiasts and beauty lovers around the world. With its wrinkle-reducing properties and easy application, it has become a go-to product for many.
Lead teacher at Kahi Kamali'i Infant Toddler Center, Stacy Meyer, was named Maui Economic Opportunity's Employee of the Month. Meyer's dedication to providing quality care and education for young children has earned her this recognition. Her passion for early childhood development and her commitment to creating a nurturing environment for her students have made a lasting impact on the community.