Laie Gas Station Opens Tomorrow, Community Celebrates 150th

4th December 2015
Posted in Updates

The Foodland Gas Station Laie opens tomorrow!

The attached convenience store is being stocked today in preparation for a blessing at 9 a.m., with the official opening to follow. Refreshments, including coco-rice and bread, will be provided by Tita’s Grill!

The convenience store will offer cold drinks, ice, snacks, grab-and-go meals, and basic essentials.
The new Foodland station will sell five grades of fuel under the Aloha Petroleum brand: Regular, Plus, Super, Ethanol-Free and Diesel.

Construction barricades are being removed today as the station prepares for its first customers.

We hope to see you there tomorrow for the grand opening!

Community Celebrates Sesquicentennial

The major events to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the LDS Church in Laie were marvelous!

Several hundreds of local Ko’olauloa residents, and family and friends who traveled from afar, participated in the historic celebrations.

As mentioned in our last newsletter, the culminating celebratory events included a Devotional with Elder D. Todd Christofferson; the Hawaii Reserves, Inc., Annual Bash at the Laie Shopping Center; a huge parade throughout Laie hosted by the Laie Community Association; and the “Behold Laie” Youth Pageant.

The sesquicentennial celebrations provided a wonderful way for our community to honor the past and remember those who created a rich heritage for all of us, including our keiki.

For more about the sesquicentennial, please go the Laie150th website, or click on the links below.

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