April 2015 Mililani Town Association

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April 2015 Mililani Town Association
Presorted Standard
U.S. Postage Paid
Honolulu, HI
Permit No. 1023
Mililani
Mililani News April 2015 • 1
Mililani Town Association
95-303 Kaloapau Street
Mililani, Hawaii 96789
Milil a ni Town Associ ation
MTA
April 2015
M ililani N ews
President’s Message
Aloha Mililani!
MTA
Mililani Town Association
Board of Directors
President...................................................Bob Barrett
Vice President................................Michelle Kidani
Secretary..................................Josie Hart Ka’anehe
Treasurer...................................Glenn S. Yoshimori
Directors...........................................Roger Babcock,
Will Kane, Neil Takeda, Rodney Park,
Michael Magaoay
MTA Staff Managers
General Manager
David O’Neal, CMCA, AMS
[email protected]
Member Services Manager
Laurie Usui, CMCA, AMS
[email protected]
Covenants & Design Manager
Katherine Cueva, CMCA, AMS
[email protected]
Controller
Lynelle Tamashiro, CPA, CMCA
[email protected]
Aquatics Manager
Kaleo Perreira
[email protected]
Café Manager
Jessica Maclachlan
[email protected]
Common Area Manager
Michael Keller, CSP
[email protected]
April 2015
Last year the Mililani Varsity football
team thrilled us with their first state
championship as well as the Softball
state title and this year we have more
great news out of our local high school.
They have produced two more state
champs! Congratulations to the Girls
and Boys Varsity soccer teams for bringing
home the HHSAA Division I Soccer Title!
Just a reminder of a couple of the events
we have planned this April; Easter Egg
Hunt and Parents Night Out. Both events
are well attended and always a huge hit. I
have stopped in on Parents Night Out a few
times and I can tell you that the kids have a
blast! They usually don’t want to go home!
Your board has passed the 2015-2016 budget.
The staff put in many hours developing it and
for that I am thankful. You would be shocked
to learn how much time and effort goes into
planning things like the budget and special
events.
Heartfelt thanks to your General
Manager Dave O’Neal and his staff. I am sure
you will be pleased with some of the budget
items and I am also glad to report that this year
there is no need to increase the association dues.
In my profession, I talk to a lot of homeowners
and I’m amazed how much some people pay
in maintenance fees for a condo in town. I
have heard as much as $1700 per month and
MTA Business Offices
Cover & Special Event Pages Designed by Special Event Coordinators
Kawika Samson [email protected]
Jennifer Suzuki [email protected]
Newsletter Specialist - Lynda White
[email protected]
Marketing Specialist - Ronna Derby
[email protected]
The Mililani News is a monthly publication of the Mililani Town
Association. The publication is used to notify owners of community
issues, changes in association policies, scheduled meetings,
hearings, programs, classes, special events and activities, and for
recognizing MTA members and employees for their achievements and
outstanding service. MTA Management has the authority to approve
or disapprove editorial submissions, materials, or advertisements.
MTA does not endorse and is not responsible for the merchandise or
services advertised in this publication. The Mililani News is mailed
to residential properties in Mililani. If you are a homeowner who is
renting your home to a tenant and live outside of Mililani, or you are
a property manager or business owner in Mililani, you are welcome
to view the monthly newsletter online. If you are a property owner
who would prefer to read the newsletter online, rather than receive
it in the mail, call 440-2633 or send an email to [email protected]
org to have your property address removed from the MTA newsletter
mailing list.
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even over $2000. Mililani provides 7
recreation centers, 6 pools (2 heated),
3 hot tubs, acres of green space, a
coffee café with an internet lounge, 5
pavilions with barbeque grills, indoor
and outdoor basketball, just to name
a few amenities… the list goes on and
on. All this for $34.00 per month!
Yard of the Quarter is a new program developed
to encourage homeowners to spruce up or
maintain their front yards. You will see our
covenant car driving around and you should know
that they are not always looking for violations. It
is on their recommendation that the entries for
Yard of the Quarter are collected. I was a judge
for the first batch of nominees and the winner
was selected based on the contest guidelines.
The winner collects a really nice cash prize!
More information regarding Yard of the Quarter
can be found in the pages of this Newsletter.
As I write this newsletter article, the election
results are not available. The results will be
in the May newsletter or online at http://
www.mililanitown.org. I would like to thank
all those who ran for the board, those who
voted and/or attended the annual meeting,
and those that were elected to the board.
Let’s continue to work at keeping Mililani
the best place to live in our beautiful islands!
Mahalo,
Bob Barrett
MTA Board President
Meeting Schedule
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE
95-303 Kaloapau Street, Mililani, HI 96789
Tel: 808-623-7300 / Fax: 808-623-3474
Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm
Closed Weekends and Holidays
MTA BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Third Wednesday of the month
7:00pm at Recreation Center 3
President: Bob Barrett
Contact David O’Neal at 623-7300
REC CENTER 7 BUSINESS OFFICE
95-1333 Lehiwa Drive, Mililani Mauka
Tel: 808-440-2608
Monday-Friday 8:00am to 8:30pm
Saturday 8:00am to 7:45pm
Sunday 8:00am to 5:45pm
NEIGHBORHOOD BOARD #35
Mililani Mauka/Launani Valley
Third Tuesday of the month
7:00pm at Mililani Mauka Elementary
Dean Hazama / Tel: 808-226-7430
REC CENTER 3 BUSINESS OFFICE
95-281 Kaloapau Street, Mililani Town
Tel: 808-440-2603
Monday-Saturday 8:00am to 8:30pm
Sunday 9:00am to 8:30pm
NEIGHBORHOOD BOARD #25
Mililani/Waipio/Melemanu
Fourth Wednesday of the month
7:30pm at Recreation Center 3
Dick Poirier / Tel: 808-623-2259
M ililani N ews
Important Notice
About Transient Accommodations
Act 326 (2012) was enacted into law on July
10, 2012 to “foster consumer protection in the
State's transient accommodations market and
ensure greater compliance with applicable
state and county laws by operators of
transient accommodations in the State.” The
Act does so, in part, by imposing requirements
on operators of transient accommodations,
including an obligation to provide Mililani
Town Association with certain information.
In turn, Mililani Town Association is required
to provide this information to the State
of Hawaii Department of Taxation (“Tax
Department”) “to help ensure compliance
with appropriate state and county tax laws”.
8.
The local contact’s address and other
relevant contact information.
The information must be returned no
later than April 15, 2015, by mail, fax, or
e-mail to [email protected]
If you were operating and continue to operate
a transient accommodation in Mililani Town
on or after January 14, 2015, you must report
any changes to the information within sixty
(60) days of the change.
For purposes of Act 326, “transient
accommodation” is defined by HRS §237D-1
as, “furnishing of a room, apartment, suite,
or the like which is customarily occupied by
a transient for less than one hundred eighty
consecutive days. . . .”
Therefore, if you are renting a unit to anyone
for less than 180 days, you may be deemed
to be engaged in “transient accommodations”
under Act 326 and must report. ONLY if you
rent out a unit for 180 days or more are you
exempt from this reporting requirement.
If you are engaged in “transient
accommodations,” under Act 326, you must
provide Mililani Town Association with
the following information for any transient
accommodations you operated in Mililani
Town any time on or after January 1, 2014,
and before January 15, 2015:
1.
Your name.
3.
The address(es) of your transient
accommodation in Mililani Town.
2.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Your mailing address.
Your phone number and any other
relevant contact information.
Your Transient Accommodations Tax
License Number.
The website address for all of the
websites on which you advertise
transient accommodations.
The name of your local contact residing
on Oahu (you may designate yourself if
you live on Oahu).
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Mililani Town Association Budget 2015-2016
The following is a budget for the upcoming fiscal year (April 1, 2015, through March 31, 2016) based on
the Board of Directors’ best estimate of the costs and expenses that will be incurred by the Association
in the upcoming year in light of prior years’ experience. The Association has historically minimized
increases in membership assessments by using the Association’s net income from other sources (e.g.,
cell phone tower rental income, event sponsorships, newsletter advertising) to defray part of the
Association’s expenses each year. As part of its financial practices and in order to protect against large
unanticipated special assessments, the Association has also established and maintains capital reserves
for repairs, replacements, improvements, etc. The Association’s reserves are an essential part of
maintaining home values in the Mililani Town and an important component of the Association’s longrange planning. Before the beginning of each fiscal year, the members of the Association have resolved
to treat as special assessments and capital contributions to the Association’s capital reserves the amount
of any excess revenues from membership assessments in the ensuing year, and these amounts have been
added to the Association’s capital reserves.
REVENUES
Member Assessments *............................................................................................................$6,458,232
Transfer Fees..................................................................................................................................... $50,000
Hall Rentals...................................................................................................................................... $242,500
Common Area Lease..................................................................................................................... $259,000
Programs & Classes...................................................................................................................... $440,806
Photo I.D. User Fees......................................................................................................................... $98,000
Vending Machines.............................................................................................................................$21,600
Coffee Sales..........................................................................................................................................$70,000
Movie Tickets......................................................................................................................................$40,000
T-Shirts.....................................................................................................................................................$7,600
Late Fees...............................................................................................................................................$52,000
Interest Income...............................................................................................................................$320,000
Forfeitures (Rental Deposits).........................................................................................................$1,700
Document Sales....................................................................................................................................$9,000
Newsletter Advertising................................................................................................................$240,000
Foreclosure Rental Income........................................................................................................$180,000
Miscellaneous Revenue………………………………………………………………………………….. $4,500
Carryover from prior year
$666,346
TOTAL REVENUES AND CONTRIBUTIONS..................................................................... $9,161,284
EXPENSES
Coffee Shop Supplies.......................................................................................................................$36,650
Salaries & Wages........................................................................................................................ $4,000,138
Service Awards.....................................................................................................................................$3,450
Required Payroll Taxes & Insurance...................................................................................... $456,743
Employee Benefits.........................................................................................................................$822,275
Repair & Maintenance..................................................................................................................$131,100
Operating Material & Supplies................................................................................................. $423,970
Office/Business Expenses.......................................................................................................... $313,030
Outside Services............................................................................................................................. $488,816
Legal Fees.............................................................................................................................................$68,500
Insurance...........................................................................................................................................$204,750
Utilities............................................................................................................................................... $888,110
Taxes....................................................................................................................................................$203,179
Training & Conferences................................................................................................................. $20,492
Vehicle Operating Expense........................................................................................................ $118,513
Foreclosure Expense
$150,582
TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES............................................................................................$8,330,298
Contribution to Reserve Fund
$830,986
TOTAL EXPENSES & RESERVE CONTRIBUTIONS........................................................$9,161,284
RRP/CIP RESERVE BUDGET
Starting reserve balance **..................................................................................................$13,979,331
Plus member contribution to reserves.................................................................................$830,986
Less budgeted RRP/CIP expenditures***
($5,155,143)
Projected ending reserve balance ****..............................................................................$9,655,174
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* Includes capital contributions to replacement reserves. ** As of March 1, 2015.
*** Includes $463,700 carryover from 2014-2015 Budget.
**** Excluding administrative expenses and net investment gain/loss.
M ililani N ews
BOD Election &
Annual Meeting
2015 Board of Director election ballots were
mailed to Mililani Homeowners. Ballots and
proxies were due to MTA on Monday, March
16, 2015.
Results of the election were announced at
the 47th Annual Meeting at Rec Center 3 on
Wednesday, March 18, 2015. Look for the
results in the May issue of Mililani News or
visit www.mililanitown.org.
Mililani Town
Association
Membership Cards
A valid MTA Membership ID card provides
you access to all seven of our Recreation
Centers and the unique amenities that each
one has to offer. Membership also allows
you to join in the special events, seminars,
programs and classes that are held in our
facilities, as well as the opportunity to take
advantage of exclusive, MTA member benefits.
Membership cards may be purchased at the
Rec 3 & Rec 7 Business Offices. Membership
forms and requirements are available on our
website.
MTA Member
Benefits
Save money on movie tickets! $7.00
Screensaver Movie Tickets Tickets are
available at the MTA Admin Office, Rec 3 and
Rec 7. Tickets may be used at Mililani 14
Theatres and other participating theaters.
Tickets do not expire. 3D and TitanicXC
presentations subject to additional fees.
Not valid for “No Pass” engagements. Other
restrictions may apply. Visit Fandgango.com
for show times and info.
MTA Members are eligible to join Hawaii
State Federal Credit Union (hawaiistatefcu.
com) and HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union
(hawaiiusafcu.com).
Employment
Opportunities
Visit www.mililanitown.org and click the
“Work at MTA” link for a list of our current job
openings. Fill out an employment application
and submit it to: Mililani Town Association
Attn: Human Resources, 95-303 Kaloapau
Street, Mililani, HI 96789.
We have hidden a few April Fools gags in this
issue of the MTA newsletter. We are having a
contest to see who can identify them. If you
think you know, please send in your name,
address and phone number, and identify at
least one gag, to:
Mililani Town Association
Attn: April Fools Contest
95-303 Kaloapau Street
Mililani, HI 96789
Please make sure your entry is legible.
From all the correct entries, we will draw
five (5) winners who will each win four (4)
Consolidated movie tickets!
Entries must be postmarked by Thursday,
April 9th. The drawing will be held Monday,
April 13th.
Good luck and happy hunting!
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Tel: 381.3831
[email protected]
LISSA GOYA (RA)
Tel: 542.6168
[email protected]
PACIFIC PROPERTIES
98-211 Pali Momi St., Suite. 411
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Mention this ad for a discount
on your new listing.
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Mililani News April 2015 • 5
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2015 MTA Employee Service Awards
MTA General Manager David O'Neal and MTA Board
President Bob Barrett presented service awards to the
following individuals for their continuous employment
with Mililani Town Association:
20 YEARS - Fairchild Azcueta, Esperidion Domanguera
10 YEARS - Heather Griffin, Cindy Matsuo, Kawika
Samson, John Silva, Milton Tam
5 YEARS - Krischa-Amber Baker, Kupono Detwiler,
Meagan Esperas, Erlinda Francisco, Carolyn Goroza,
Molly McCurdy, Christopher Petersen, Melanie Sakanoi,
Silverio Sumaoang, Danielle Vitarbo, Andrew Watanabe
Free Wellness
Seminar
Friday, April 10th
6:30pm to 8:30pm
at Rec Center 2
Presented by Laura Pasternak, Registered
Nurse, Wellness Advocate, Certified Personal
Fitness Trainer.
Do you suffer from acute or chronic pain? Do
you have stress in your life? Do you get a cold or
flu often? Do you feel out of balance? Moody?
Depressed?
Have you wanted something
that would just help you feel better? There
are negative factors that influence our health
and well-being; systemic constants in the
environment that cause our bodies to function
below optimal levels. Statistics and research
show that prescription pain killers are addictive
and toxic to our organs over time, and don’t
improve conditions that cause pain. Recognize
that there are common factors at the foundation
of illness in the body. Something can be done to
manage these effects and return the body to a
state of balance.
As a Critical Care Nurse and Personal Fitness
Trainer for many years, Laura has vast
experience with caring for the ill and injured as
well as coaching fitness and preventing illness
and injuries. Join us for an evening of learning
how to improve or resolve many pain issues
safely without side effects. Come to learn some
tools and techniques that are available to be
used in the home and on your loved ones and
friends. They are powerful, accessible, safe and
inexpensive ways to help address the whole
body and create overall balance with systemic
benefits to health and wellness.
Seating is limited. Please call (808) 216-1431
or email [email protected] to
reserve seats and receive a FREE gift. Light
refreshments.
Free
Bike Repair
Advice
Wednesday, April 15th
6:30pm – 8:30pm
at Rec Center 6
Have a wheel or bicycle that needs repair? Not
sure what is wrong or if it can be fixed? Just
want to ask questions and learn about your bike
in a friendly setting?
Bring in your bike, wheels, or questions.
Seminar is limited to 12 participants, Mililani
residents, 18 years or older.
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Please send an email Miko at [email protected]
com to reserve your space.
C offee B reak
Visit Your new Internet Café
Located inside MTA’s Recreation Center 7: 95-1333 Lehiwa Drive, Mililani Mauka 96789
Open Monday - Friday 6 AM - 9 PM | Saturday - Sunday 8 AM - 8 PM
We proudly serve Starbucks® Beverages and offer freshly baked Pastries | Free WiFi | Free use of Computer Kiosks | Large Screen TV
We recently did some redecorating in the Rec 7
game room, which now serves as our Internet
Café, with free WiFi access, computer terminals,
and plenty of seating. It is also still the home of
the Rec 7 Business Office.
We carry the basic Starbucks® menu, and
some promotional and seasonal items as well.
Our baristas are always there to answer any
questions about the drinks we can make for
you. Favorites include Caramel Macchiato, Café
Mocha, and the famous Pikes Place brewed
coffee.
The Rec 7 Café baristas are MTA employees and
all Mililani residents as well! They have received
training from a Starbucks® representative to
make sure the quality and execution of recipes
are up to the same standard you would get at a
Starbucks® retail location.
We also offer fresh pastries from Da Cake
Chicks, a sister duo from Mililani, who make
pastry deliveries frequently. They have a variety
of different pastries available, so we like to mix
up the order every now and again to keep it
interesting. Our Café Manager’s favorite are the
Cream Cheese Brownies and the Lemon Bars are
a big hit with customers, too - both sell out fast.
We look forward to serving you at Rec 7 Café !
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M eet O ur M embers
2015 Hawaii State Soccer Champions
LADY TROJANS: #2 Andrea Kenagy,
Freshman • #3 Taylor Cadiz, Senior •
#4 Megan Usui, Junior • #5 Mariko Bebb,
Junior • #6 Kasey Isobe, Junior • #7 Kailana
Kaeo, Junior • #8 Kanoe Morihara, Senior •
#9 Kayla Braunthal, Senior • #10 Shelynne
Rapoza, Senior • #11 Jayna Morikawa,
Junior • #12 Randi Macadangdang,
Sophomore • #13 Mikiala Ramos-Kamaka,
Senior • #14 Tatum Paiva, Sophomore • #15
Robyn Peiler, Senior • #16 Malia Napoleon,
Sophomore • #17 Tia Furuta, Junior •
#18 Roschel Dizon, Senior • #19 Haylie
Shinsato, Senior • #20 Jaycie Kuniyoshi,
Sophomore • #21 Taylee Miyamura, Junior
• #22 Gabrielle Fukumoto, Senior • #23 Jodi
Lillie, Freshman • #24 Kaylee Fujimoto,
Senior COACHES: Ray Akiona, Julie
Suenaga, Ashley Nakamoto, Chris Burt,
Jolie Nitta
We’re more
than a bank.
We’re a family.
MTA residents are now eligible for
membership with Hawaii State FCU!
•
Mortgage, Auto, Personal,
Photovoltaic Loans and Credit Cards
•
Free Online and Mobile Banking
•
Free Checking
•
Free Access to over
400 ATMs statewide
Become a new member and open a checking account
with direct deposit or a debit card and receive $50!*
Mililani Mauka Branch
95-1095 Ainamakua Dr., #9
Mon. - Fri. 9:30am to 6:30pm
Saturday 9:00am to 1:00pm
www.HawaiiStateFCU.com
/HawaiiStateFCU (808) 587-2700
*Open a new Regular Share (Savings) account and a new Checking account
with a Direct Deposit OR conduct ten (10) purchase transactions using your
new Debit Card within the first 30 days of account opening to receive $50. $50
will automatically be deposited to new Checking account after all conditions
noted have been met. Payment may take up to 90 days. Payment cannot
be awarded in cash. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer and
may be discontinued at any time without prior notice. Limit one $50 payment
per new Checking account. Checking account must be in good standing at
the time of incentive payment with no negative balances or loan
delinquencies. Payment subject to 1099 reporting requirements.
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TROJANS: #1 Treyton Kong, Sophomore •
#2 Jerone Cunningham, Senior • #3 Tristan
Ingram, Senior • #4 Anthony Menor, Senior •
#5 Trent Kamiya, Senior • #6 Jamin Fonseca,
Sophomore • #7 Jarad Choquette, Senior •
#8 Tony Silva, Junior • #9 Jonny Connor,
Sophomore • #10 Marc (MJ) Matas, Senior •
#11 Thomas Kuriyama, Senior • #12 Bradon
Goto, Junior • #13 Justin Nakagawa, Senior
• #14 Isaiah Kuloloia, Junior • #15 Graham
Pangilinan, Senior • #16 Aukahi Nolan,
Senior • #17 Kalahikiola Judd, Senior • #18
Trystan Wight, Freshman • #19 Richard
Potts, Sophomore • #20 Spencer Hokama,
Senior • #21 Micah Soga, Senior • #22
Isaiah Manding, Junior • #27 Noah Calio,
Senior • #29/#30 Kainoa Kalahele, Junior
• #31 Chad Uyejo, Sophomore • #32 Elijah
Sinykin, Junior • #33 Trey Yogi, Sophomore
• #34 JP Carson, Junior COACHES: Steve
McGehee, Kurt Kagawa, Blane Ogawa, Ian
Hasegawa, Darren Smith, Tim Liu, Kelsey
Kikugawa, Bert Momohara
C ovenants & D esign
Street Parking/
Your Mililani Realtors
Would you like to know ...
Speeding within the
How much
money you are
Mililani Community
In recent months the MTA Office has received
a number of phone calls from justifiably angry
homeowners and residents asking that the
Association enforce the covenants relating to
throwing awa y
www.VA808.com
www.RENTvsBUYHawaii.com
Or call (808) 625-5057
Do You Know
automobiles on the community streets. This
article is in response to those requests and
T HE
P ROTHERO
G ROUP
is an attempt to clarify what can be done to
alleviate the problem.
Free Buyer
Representation
Offered
All of the streets within the Mililani
community, with the exception of some of
the driveways within a particular townhouse
of the City & County of Honolulu and/or
Castle and Cooke.
As such these streets
are maintained and controlled by the City
FREE
Register Today. Limited Seating.
by RENTiNg?
the parking of vehicles, boats and speeding
or patio home sub division, are the property
Service Members
& Veterans
What Your Worth ?
Home is
www.MililaniHomeValue.com
*These are free reports generated by a licensed Realtor
and not a computer algorithm.
(808) 625-5057 || [email protected]
94-539 Puahi St., Waipahu, HI 96797
Beau
Randy
Darnelle
and County and/or Castle and Cooke. The
Mililani Town Association has no authority or
jurisdiction over any of these streets.
Homeowners
and
residents
who
are
experiencing difficulty with chronic violators
of City and County restrictions should contact
HPD to report specific instances. Residents
can also call the following phone numbers to
address specific issues directly:
Parking Violations
911
Abandoned Vehicles
733-2530
City Complaint Line
768-4381
Castle and Cooke
626-3630
You can also report problems online with
the City at http://www.honolulu.gov/csd/
concern.html#AboutTheDivision.
Mililani News April 2015 • 9
C ovenants & D esign
Yard of the Quarter Contest
In an effort to recognize homeowners who keep their yards looking beautiful, which enhances their neighborhood, our Covenants Specialists
will nominate front yards that catch their eye. There will be six yards nominated each quarter. The winner will receive $400 in cash or cash
equivalent from the Yard of the Quarter sponsor. The second quarter sponsor is On Top Roofing.
Photos will be in the MTA newsletter as follows:
January – nominees pictured
March – winner pictured
July – nominees pictured
September – winner pictured
April – nominees pictured
June – winner pictured
October – nominees pictured
December – winner pictured
There is no limit to the number of times a yard can be nominated, but a yard can only win once per year. To be eligible to be nominated, the
property must be owner occupied and in good standing with the Association. In addition, the owner must agree to have a picture of their yard
shown in the MTA newsletter and on the MTA web site. The winner will be published in a picture with the Sponsor and nominating Covenant
Specialist.
Good luck to all the nominees, and thank you for helping to keep Mililani beautiful!
Picture 1:2Q/2015
Picture 2:2Q/2015
Picture 7:2Q/2015
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Picture 3:2Q/2015
C ovenants & D esign
Picture 4:2Q/2015
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Please Put Your Trash
Receptacles Away
A trash receptacle that is left on the curbside longer
than the allotted time for trash pick up is a violation of
the Mililani Town Declaration of Covenants, Conditions
and Restrictions, Article III, Section 3.02 (l). This
section provides that trash containers be screened
from view of any adjoining street.
Permit Required
Please take the time to remove your trash receptacles
from view as soon as possible. You can roll the trash
receptacles out the night prior to pick up and put
them away after the trash has been picked up that
same day. Doing this will assure that you won’t get a
letter from the Mililani Town Association for violation
of trash container rules, and it will stop people from
complaining that you don’t put your trash can away.
Virtually all exterior modifications to
Mililani residential properties require
preconstruction/installation
approval
by the Mililani Town Association Design
Committee.
If ever you are in doubt as to whether or
not any project requires an MTA design
permit, please call us at 623-7300 or
visit the Rules & Covenants and Forms &
Applications pages of our website.
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C ovenants & D esign
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Administrative Office, 95-303 Kaloapau Street, Mililani Town
1 Recreation Center 1, 95-400 Ikaloa Street, Mililani Town
2 Recreation Center 2, 94-300 Anania Drive, Mililani Town
3 Recreation Center 3, 95-281 Kaloapau Street, Mililani Town
4 Recreation Center 4, 94-233 Makapipipi Street, Mililani Town
5 Recreation Center 5, 95-1101 Ainamakua Drive, Mililani Mauka
6 Recreation Center 6, 95-1010 Konaku Street, Mililani Mauka
7 Recreation Center 7, 95-1333 Lehiwa Drive, Mililani Mauka
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(808) 623-7733
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Mililani News April 2015 • 13
S afety
in the
C ommunity
or even traumatic brain injuries related to
sports and recreational activities.
April is recognized as National Youth Sports
Safety Month and our kids are starting to
get back into their Spring/Summer sports
seasons. While it is important for us to
encourage our children to be active and
healthy, it is also important to consider the
potential risks associated with engaging
in sports activities whether it is with an
organized league or just a pick-up game with
friends.
According to the Center for Disease Control
(CDC), nearly 30 million children participate
in sports each year and almost one in eight
of these participants will suffer an injury
that require some type of medical treatment.
Of the sports recorded sports injuries,
more than half of all sports injuries are
preventable. Many of these injuries include
sprains/strains or contusions, but they may
also include fractures, heat-related injuries
It is important to remember that a person’s
physiology during their childhood years
changes significantly as they grow and
mature. However, these rates of growth differ
from person to person and it may put some
players at risk if they are competing against
others that may be of the same age but at
different stages of their development cycle.
Further, as bones and muscles grow, there
may be a higher susceptibility of injury due to
the developmental changes that their bodies
are undergoing.
Some things to consider as our kids gear up
for their respective sports this year:
• Make sure that the equipment
required for their sport fits properly
and provides the proper amount
of protection. This includes shoes,
headgear,
pads
and/or
other
equipment from last season that may
be worn and/or too small to properly
protect them this season.
• Consider having your child play more
than one sport as that helps to limit
overuse of particular muscle groups
and allows for healing and recovery
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during a sport’s off-season.
Properly warming up muscles by
stretching before practices or games
helps to increase blood flow and
flexibility which helps to minimize
overuse injuries. Stretching after
activity is important as well as it helps
to speed up the recovery process.
Make sure that children stay properly
hydrated before, during and after
their activity to avoid dehydration,
heat exhaustion or heat stroke.
Listen to your children’s comments
about pain or discomfort after
activities, but also observe your child’s
activity either in practice or during
a game to see if they are playing
differently from their norm which
may be an indication of them playing
with an injury.
Consider taking a certified First Aid
course (particularly if you are involved
in coaching) and make sure that there
is a first aid kit available to help treat
any injuries that occur during sports
activities. Quick recognition and
treatment of an injury is important in
speeding up the recovery process.
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FOR HAWAII’S BEST 2 YEARS IN A ROW!
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S pecial E vents
Mililani News April 2015 • 15
Homeowner Assessments
MTA Quarterly
Assessments
The MTA quarterly assessment is collected
in accordance with Article VI, Section 6.02
of the Mililani Town DCCR. Assessment due
dates are January 1st, April 1st, July 1st, and
October 1st in the amount of $102.00 per
quarter (effective April 1, 2010). Quarterly
reminder notices are sent to homeowners.
A $10.00 late fee will be charged if payment
is not received by the 10th of the month that
payment is due.
There are 5 ways to pay
your assessments:
1.
SurePay Payment Plan - SurePay allows
your bank to automatically, electronically
transfer your quarterly assessment
2.
3.
4.
5.
payments from your checking or
savings account through Automated
Clearing House (ACH) to MTA. Fill out a
SurePay form and turn it in to one of our
business offices or send it to [email protected]
mililanitown.org. Submit a voided check
with your form.
Pay Online - To safely pay your
assessment online, homeowners must
go through the official MTA website
(www.mililanitown.org). Once on the
official MTA home page, look for the
“Pay Online” icon at the top that looks
like a credit card. Click the icon and you
will be directed to the online payment
page. Payments made through any other
website is not recommended and are not
guaranteed by MTA.
Pay in Person - Payments may be made
at the Admin Office from 8am to 4pm
Monday through Friday, or at the Rec
Center 3 or 7 Business Offices during
their regular business office hours.
Please bring your remittance stub with
you when you make your payment.
Use Our Secure Drop-Boxes - There is a
drop-box located outside of the Admin
Office that you may use at any time,
including after hours and weekends.
Our other drop-box located inside the
Admin Office.
Pay by Mail - To avoid late fees, please
allow ample time for mail delivery and
for your payments to post as received.
Homeowners with multiple properties
must submit a separate remittance stub
and payment, for each property address.
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If you are mailing a check with the
remittance stub, please mail it to:
Mililani Town Association, P.O. Box
29380, Honolulu, HI 96820-1780.
This is a “Lockbox” service through
Bank of Hawaii. Only the payment
will be processed.
If you are mailing a check without
the remittance stub or with
the remittance stub and other
correspondence or enclosures
(such as name or mailing address
changes), please mail it to our
Administrative Office: Mililani
Town Association, 95-303 Kaloapau
Street, Mililani, HI 96789.
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REC 7 BUSINESS OFFICE • Mililani Mauka
95-1333 Lehiwa Drive, Mililani, HI 96789
Tel: 808-440-2608
Monday - Friday 8:00am to 8:30pm
Saturday 8:00am to 7:45pm
Sunday 8:00am to 5:45pm
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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE • Mililani Town
95-303 Kaloapau Street, Mililani, HI 96789
Tel: 808-623-7300 / Fax: 808-623-3474
Monday - Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm
Closed Weekends and Holidays
REC 3 BUSINESS OFFICE • Mililani Town
95-303 Kaloapau Street, Mililani, HI 96789
Tel: 808-440-2603
Monday - Saturday 8:00am to 8:30pm
Sunday 9:00am to 8:30pm
Heated Handicap
to 200° F
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REC 7 INTERNET CAFÉ • Mililani Mauka
Proudly Serving Starbucks®
Beverages and Delicious Pastries
Free WiFi and Use of Computer Kiosks
95-1333 Lehiwa Drive, Mililani Mauka
Monday - Friday 6:00am to 9:00pm
Saturday & Sunday 8:00am to 8:00pm
RECREATION CENTER 1 • Tel: 440-2601
95-400 Ikaloa Street, Mililani Town
RECREATION CENTER 2 • Tel: 440-2602
94-300 Anania Drive, Mililani Town
RECREATION CENTER 3 • Tel: 440-2603
95-281 Kaloapau Street, Mililani Town
RECREATION CENTER 4 • Tel: 440-2604
94-233 Makapipipi Street, Mililani Town
RECREATION CENTER 5 • Tel: 440-2605
95-1101 Ainamakua Drive, Mililani Mauka
RECREATION CENTER 6 • Tel: 440-2606
95-1010 Konaku Street, Mililani Mauka
RECREATION CENTER 7 • Tel: 440-2607
95-1333 Lehiwa Drive, Mililani Mauka
Mililani News April 2015 • 17
G rounds M aintenance
A pril /M ay H erbicide S chedule
MONDAY
6
TUESDAY
7
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
1
2
3
8
9
10
None Scheduled this Month
Announcement
Regarding the use of
Weed Killers
In an effort to reduce the use of chemical
weed killers, MTA will not be spraying any
herbicides in the months of April and May.
We will evaluate the impact this has on weed
control during this time.
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AD-HOC
Landscaping Committee
Volunteers Needed
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28
29
30
Mililani Town Association is looking for
volunteers to serve on an Ad-Hoc Landscaping
Committee to assist in developing a
landscaping master plan for our community.
$ 500
OFF
Any Complete
Interior or Exterior
Paint Job
Not to be combined with any other special offer.
Residential & Commercial Painting • Interior & Exterior
Painting • Carpentry & Drywall Repairs • Concrete Restoration
Clint Souza, Owner
Contractor’s Lic. # C-26872
625-9411
95-883 Makeaupea Place
Mililani, HI 96789
www.cbqpainting.com
At C&B Quality Painting, we
are here to provide you with
the best possible services to
complete your project on time
and on budget.
Licensed | Insured | Bonded
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If you are interested in volunteering, contact
Michael Keller, Common Area Manager, at
440-2637 or Email: [email protected]
org. Please provide relevant landscaping
experience, if any.
We Need Your
Assistance
Imagine cutting your grass when all of the
sudden a brown, gooey or hardened substance
flies out of the grass covering you from head
to toe. The culprit: Animal Droppings! What a
mess to clean up, and one of the hardest odors
to remove.
The Covenants Specialists receive many calls
about dog and cat messes left in someone’s yard,
on the ground, along sidewalks, bagged and left
in the gutters, on the street, hanging on trees or
bushes waiting for someone else to dispose of it.
We are asking residents to assist us to help solve
this everyday occurrence. We could remind
everyone about the City & County Ordinance
but instead we are asking pet owners and/or
caregivers to simply do their part.
Please clean up, bag, and remove your pet’s
droppings, for the benefit of the common area
landscapers as well as for every single person
who lives in Mililani. If you are a cat owner,
consider leaving a litter box in your backyard
for your cat to use.
Facility Rental Info
FACILITY RESERVATIONS are taken at the
Mililani Town Association Administrative
Office Monday - Friday from 8:00am - 4:00pm
(closed on holidays). Renter must be 18
years old or older and an MTA homeowner
or tenant listed as “Head of Household” with
a current MTA Membership Card. Please see
the MTA website for hall reservation times,
pool reservation times, and other details.
The rental fees include the use of the hall,
tables, chairs, kitchen and restrooms. An MTA
Member Service Coordinator and janitorial
services will be provided, with the exception
of Rec 6 hall reservations and all pool
reservations. Alcohol is not permitted in MTA
facilities or on MTA grounds at any time.
No overnight camping or lining up in advance.
A lottery system will be in place for the
months of May-July (see below). The first two
hours of all hall reservations are designated
for set-up. Halls must be vacated by the times
stated in the Rental Agreement. Reservations
may be made up to one (1) year prior to the
desired rental date. A minimum of thirty (30)
days notice is required to reserve a facility.
The minimum notice may only be waived if
MTA can assign a staff member for the rental.
SUMMER LOTTERY INFO (May-July): As
always, dates will open a year-to-the-date
in advance. Lotteries will take place at
Recreation Center 3’s Conference Room.
Lottery sign-up is from 8:00am- 8:20am.
Lottery drawing is at 8:30am (representative
must be present).
One representative per property address
may stand in for the Homeowner/Head of
Household in the lottery. The representative
must be able to provide the Homeowner/
Head of Household’s legal name, property
address and phone number. The actual
Homeowner/Head of Household must sign
the contract within 24 hours and pay in full.
This person must also have a valid MTA ID
card. If there is no signature and no payment
after 24 hours, the contract will be voided.
POOL RESERVATIONS AND LIFEGUARDS:
All reservations for the use of a swimming
pool will require payment for the services
of MTA lifeguards. One lifeguard is required
for every 35 people in the pool area regardless
if they are swimming or not. Two MTA
lifeguards are required at Rec 4 regardless of
the headcount. Lifeguards must remain on
duty as long as there are people in the pool
area. There is no “grace-period” for settingup or clean-up for swimming pool rentals.
Flotation tubes and pool toys are provided by
MTA at Recs 3 and 4.
Hall Reservations
Rec
Center
1
3
5
6
Fees are subject to change without prior notice.
Address
Max.
Capacity
(refundable)
Deposit
Hall
Rental
Hall Total
Including
Deposit
95-400
Ikaloa
Street
130
$250
$450
230
$250
350
68
95-281
Kaloapau
Street
95-1101
Ainamakua
Drive
95-1010
Konaku
Street
Pool
Lifeguard
Tables
Chairs
$700
$75
$15/hour
per every 35
people
in pool area
29
146
$550
$800
$100
42
247
$250
$730
$980
N/A
$15/hour
per every
35 people in
pool area
355
$250
$150
$400
$75
$15/hour
per every
35 people in
pool area
72
18
75
(Optional)
Pool Only Reservations Fees are subject to change without prior notice.
Rec
Center
2
3
4
Address
Max. Capacity
94-300
Anania
Drive
1 lifeguard needed for
every 35 people
95-281
Kaloapau
Street
94-233
Makapipipi
Street
1 lifeguard needed for
every 35 people
1 lifeguard needed
for every 35 people. 2
lifeguards minimum
are requred at Rec 4
(refundable)
Deposit
Pool
Lifeguard
Total Including
Deposit
$100
$150
$15/hour per every 35
people in pool area
$100
$100
$15/hour per every 35
people in pool area
$250 plus
lifeguard fee
$200 plus
lifeguard fee
$100
$100
$15/hour per every 35
people in pool area
$200 plus
lifeguard fee
BBQ Pavilion Reservations Fees are subject to change without prior notice.
Rec
Center
7
N/A
Address
No. of
Pavilions
Max.
Capacity
Each
Total
Hours
Available
For Same Day
Availability, Please Call
95-1333
Lehiwa
Drive
5
12
$50
10am-2pm
or
4pm-8pm
440-2608
PAVILION RESERVATIONS: A signed Rec
7 Pavilion Reservations Form and payment
in full must be submitted at the time of
reservation. The rental fee $50.00 per
pavilion. Reservations open a year-to-date in
advance and are taken on a first come, first
served basis. The maximum capacity of each
pavilion is twelve people. Same day backto-back pre-reservations are not allowed.
Tents, extra tables and amplified music are
prohibited. All pavilion users must exit the
recreation center at the end of the reservation.
No refunds are given for cancellations.
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S pecials • D iscounts • A dded V alue
MAD Tiger Academy
www.madtigerbjj.com
Magic Care Restorative Services, LLC
808-486-1924
Mark DeCastro Realty & Associates, LLC
808-626-3752
Master Sha’s Soul Healing Group
[email protected]
Nail Design Mililani Mauka
808-626-9777
Nakina’s Treasures
www.nakinastreasures.com
Noho’ana Builders, LLC
808-358-1390
Present a valid Mililani ID (E.g., Mililani school ID, MTA Membership Card, Driver’s
License with Mililani address, etc. ) to take advantage of special promotions from
these participating businesses.
31 Gifts - Karen Cabral
www.mythirtyone.com/8615
Damn Good Beef Jerky
808-389-4836
Acura - Tommy Lee, Local Mililani
Consultant 808-227-7489
designBLOOM
www.designblØØm.com
AVON – Carol Kawamata, Ind. Sales
Representative 808-623-9027
Dux Architects LLC
808-626-6454
Balsamic Hawaii
www.BalsamicHawaii.com
Envirowash Hawaii LLC
808-313-9000
Barsatan Builders
808-623-9688
FIT4MOM Central Oahu
www.CentralOahu.FIT4MOM.com
Baysa, Dr. Robert – Dental Arts Hawaii
www.dentalartsllc.com
Ford Painting
808-216-0272
C&B Quality Painting
808-625-9411
Hana Hou Interiors
808-220-8757
Central Oahu PV, Solar and Window
Cleaning 808-753-2844
Help-U-Sell Realty Pro
808-625-9990
Century 21 Liberty Homes
808-625-1776
Houseproud Inc.
808-623-8185
Complete Dermatology
808-621-1000
Jazzercise Mililani
808-621-2482
Cutco Cutlery
[email protected]
Kathy Whalen, Mary Kay Sales Director
www.marykay.com/kathywhaleninhawaii
Da Cake Chicks
www.cakesbydev.com
La’a Kea Tutoring Service
[email protected]
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Oahu Doors
808-625-5759
On Top Roofing
808-688-7407
Performance Plumbing
808-852-1575
Pololi ‘Oe Catering
[email protected]
R-Man Painting
808-927-8339
Salon Andre
808-623-4455
Sandy Lung, LIV International
www.livonline.net/healedlife
Sealed with a Cake
www.sealedwithacake.com
Shimamoto Realty
808-778-7653
The Pet Hale
www.thepethale.com
The Prothero Group at Island
Style Realty 808-625-5057
TLC Realty
808-852-2555
Traci Fernandez, Tupperware
Connection 808-779-0888
A pril 2015 F acility S chedule
REC
Swimming
Pool
Jet Spa
SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
Lap Swim
8am - 10am
Closed for Maintenance
Until 2pm
Lap Swim
7am - 9am
Lap Swim
7am - 9am
Lap Swim
6am - 9am
Lap Swim
7am - 9am
Lap Swim
8am - 10am
Rec Center 1 • 95-400 Ikaloa Street, Mililani Town • 440-2601
Open Swim
10am - 6pm
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
2pm - 9pm
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
9am - 9pm
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
9am - 9pm
8am - 6pm
Closed for Maintenance
7am - 9pm
Lap Swim
8am - 10am
Lap Swim
7am - 10am
Closed for Maintenance
Until 2pm
Water Aerobics
6pm - 7pm
Swim Lessons
3pm - 6pm
Rec Center 2 • 94-300 Anania Drive, Mililani Town • 440-2602
Swimming
Pool
Pool is heated
to 84° F and is
equipped with
handicap lift.
Basketball
Court
Swimming
Pool
Tennis
Courts
Swimming
Pool
Open Swim
10am - 6pm
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
10am - 6pm
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
7pm - 9pm
Free Play
8am - 6pm
Free Play
7am - 6pm
Pool is equipped
with
handicap lift.
Jet Spa
Swimming
Pool
Pool is heated
to 84° F and is
handicap
accessible with
walk-in ramp.
Gym
(Indoor
Basketball &
Volleyball
Court)
Closed for Maintenance
10am - Noon
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
Noon - 9pm
7am - 9pm
Closed for Maintenance
Lap Swim
7am - 10am
Lap Swim
7am - 10am
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
2pm - 2:45pm
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
10am - 6pm
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
10am - 2:45pm
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
6pm - 9pm
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
7pm - 9pm
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
6pm - 9pm
Water Aerobics
6pm - 7pm
Free Play
2pm - 6pm
Free Play
7am - 6pm
Rec Center 3 • 95-281 Kaloapau Street, Mililani Town • 440-2603
Swim Lessons
3pm - 6pm
Free Play
7am - 6pm
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
9am - 9pm
Open Swim
10am - 8pm
7am - 9pm
8am - 8pm
Lap Swim
6am - 10am
Lap Swim
8am - 10am
Open Swim
10am - 6pm
NEW
Closed for Maintenance
10am - Noon
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
Noon - 9pm
Free Play 6am - 6pm
(Closed 10am-Noon)
Free Play
8am - 6pm
Closed for Parties Most Days • Closed for Maintenance Wednesdays until 2pm • Open 10am to 6pm on public school holidays & breaks
NEW
Special Needs Swim
Program 3pm - 6pm
8am - 9pm
NEW
Adult Swim Lessons
9am - 11am
8am - 9pm
8am - 9pm
Special Needs Swim
Program 3pm - 6 pm
8am - 9pm
Rec Center 4 • 94-233 Makapipipi Street, Mililani Town • 440-2604
8am - 9pm
Adult Swim Lessons
9am - 11am
Jet Spa Closed for
Maintenance all day
8am - 9pm
8am - 9pm
Closed for Parties Most Days • Closed for Maintenance every Tuesday • Open 10am to 6pm on public school holidays & breaks
Rec Center 6 • 95-1010 Konaku Street, Mililani Mauka • 440-2606
Swimming
Pool
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
9am -10am
Lap Swim
8am - Noon
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
Noon - 6pm
8am - 6pm
Lap Swim
7am - Noon
Lap Swim
7am - Noon
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
Noon - 2:45pm
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
Noon - 6pm
Lap Swim
6pm - 9pm
Lap Swim
6pm - 9pm
Junior Masters
3pm - 6pm
7am - 9pm
Closed for Maintenance
Until 2pm
Swim Lessons
8am - 11am
Open Swim
11am - 8pm
Basketball Free Play
8am - 8pm
Lap Swim
6am - 9am
Water Aerobics
9am - 10am
Closed for Maintenance
10am - Noon
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
Noon - 9pm
Basketball Free Play
6am - 11am
Volleyball
Noon - 9pm
Lap Swim
7am - Noon
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
2pm - 2:45pm
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
Noon - 6pm
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
Noon - 2:45pm
Lap Swim
6pm - 9pm
Lap Swim
6pm - 9pm
Lap Swim
6pm - 9pm
Lap Swim
7am - 9am
Lap Swim
7am - 9am
Closed for Maintenance
Until 2pm
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
10am - 7pm
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
9am - 9pm
Water Aerobics
7pm - 8pm
Volleyball
7am - 9pm
Basketball Free Play
7am - 9pm
7am - 9pm
Junior Masters
3pm - 6pm
Rec Center 7 • 95-1333 Lehiwa Drive, Mililani Mauka • 440-2607
NEW
Lap Swim
7am - Noon
Water Aerobics
9-10am & 7-8pm
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
8pm - 9pm
2pm - 9pm
HOLIDAYS/CLOSURES:
7am - 9pm
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
2pm - 7pm
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
8pm - 9pm
Volleyball
8am - 9pm
Junior Masters
3pm - 6pm
7am - 9pm
Lap Swim
7am - 9am
Water Aerobics
9am - 10am
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
10am - 9pm
Basketball Free Play
7am - 9pm
Lap Swim
8am - Noon
1/2 Lap 1/2 Open
Noon - 6pm
8am - 6pm
NEW
Swim Lessons
8am - 11am
Open Swim
11am - 8pm
Basketball Free Play
8am - 8pm
Saturday, April 4th (Special Event - Easter Egg Hunt): Rec 6 closed until 2:00pm.
Sunday, April 5th (Holiday - Easter Sunday): All facilities will be closed.
Thursday, April 9th: Rec 7 entire facility (including the Business Office and Cafe) will be closed for maintenance until 2:00pm.
Saturday, April 18th (Special Event - Parent’s Night Out): Rec 2 entire facility closes at 3:00pm.
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A quatic P rograms
Rec Center 1 Pool
Floatie Fun Fridays
These free events are held on the first Friday
of every month from 4:00pm-8:00pm at Rec
Center 1. We'll provide the floaties, you bring
the fun! All ages welcome. No registration
necessary.
Waitlisted Classes
Please call 623-7300 to be put on a waitlist
for the following classes: Masters Swim,
Lifeguard Certification, First Aid/CPR/
AED.
Adult Water Aerobics
Participants of all fitness levels will enjoy
water workouts to improve strength, balance,
endurance and flexibility. These classes are
led by a fitness instructor and are conducted
Rec Center 2 Pool
Rec Center 3 Pool
to music, both in waist-to-chest deep water
and in deep water. These classes use a punch
card system that can be used for ANY of the
Water Aerobics classes during the 2-month
session. Must be at least 18 years old to
participate. Classes are not held on holidays.
Current Session: Feb 1st-March 31st
Next Session: April 1st-May 31st
Mornings:
Monday 9:00am-10:00am at Rec 7
Tuesday 9:00am-10:00am at Rec 7
Friday 9:00am-10:00am at Rec 7
Evenings:
Monday: 6:00pm-7:00pm at Rec 2
Tuesday: 7:00pm-8:00pm at Rec 7
Wednesday: 6:00pm-7:00pm at Rec 2
Thursday: 7:00pm-8:00pm at Rec 7
Punch Card Prices: 2 classes - $5 with MTA
card, $7 for sponsored guests. 9 classes - $20
with MTA card, $28 for sponsored guests.
14 classes - $30 with MTA card, $42 for
sponsored guests. 25 classes - $50 with MTA
card, $70 for sponsored guests.
Special Needs Swim
Classes will be 1-on-1 with an instructor for
30 minutes. Participants would need to have
special needs or be diagnosed on the autism
spectrum. Registration is ongoing month to
month.
Days: Monday & Wednesday at Rec 3
Times: 2:00pm, 2:30pm, 3:00pm, 3:30pm, 4:00pm, 4:30pm, or 5:00pm
Fee: $100 for MTA Member
$150 for sponsored guests
Adult Learn to Swim
New Place & Times! Must be
18
years old or older. Classes are 45 minutes
long. Participants are taught to be safe and
comfortable in the water using basic water
skills and fundamental strokes. Participants
of all levels are welcome. Contact the Admin
Office for more details.
Days: Monday & Friday at Rec 3
Time: 9:00am-10:00am, 10:00am-11:00am
Fee: $65 for MTA Member
$75 for sponsored guests
Junior Masters
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Participants, ages 8-17 years old, work on
stroke refinement and endurance necessary
to become proficient swimmers. This
program is a non-competitive alternative to
swim teams. Prerequisite: Participants must
have passed Level 6 and must present their
MTA report card during registration. If the
interested participant did not attend MTA’s
swim programs, please contact the Aquatics
Manager to set up a swim test. Interested
participants must be able to perform the
back and front crawl stroke, breaststroke,
elementary backstroke, sidestroke, butterfly
and open and flip turns. Classes are not held
on holidays.
Days: Mon, Wed & Fri at Rec 6
Dates: Month to Month
Times:Novice - 3:00pm-4:00pm
Novice - 4:00pm-5:00pm
Advanced - 5:00pm-6:00pm
Fee: $60 for MTA Members, $80 for sponsored guests
A quatic P rograms
Rec Center 6 Pool
Kids Learn
Current Session: April 7th-May 21st
TUESDAY & THURSDAY
Dates: 4/7 – 5/21 (14 classes)
Afternoons: 3:00, 4:00, or 5:00pm
Place: Rec 2 heated pool
Fee: $140 for MTA Members
Rec Center 7 Pool
to
Swim
Pre-school: Participants meet with an
instructor one-on-one for 10 minutes and
learn pre-beginner skills, such as submersion,
and are introduced to freestyle. Participants
must be 2½-5 years old.
Level 1 - Water Exploration: Participants
learn buoyancy, breath control, and the
introduction to freestyle and backstroke.
Classes are 30 minutes long. Participants
must be at least 5 years old.
Level 2 - Primary Skills: Participants refine
the fundamentals of freestyle and backstroke,
including arm movement, kicking, body
position, and breathing/ timing. Classes are
45 minutes long.
Level 3 - Stroke Readiness: Participants learn
to master freestyle and backstroke and learn
the fundamentals of elementary backstroke.
Level 3 classes may be held in deep water, so
participants must be comfortable swimming
10 meters without assistance. Classes are 45
minutes long.
Level 6 - Skill Proficiency: Participants will
continue to refine all strokes and build their
endurance with flip turns. Classes are 45
minutes long.
Kids Learn to Swim Class Rules: Parents may
observe classes from the deck seating areas
only. No one is allowed in the swimming or
wading pools except the class participants
and instructors. We discourage parents
from interfering with classes by talking to
$180 for sponsored guests
SATURDAY & SUNDAY New Times!
Dates: 4/11 – 5/24 (14 classes)
Mornings: 8:00, 9:00, or 10:00am
Place: Rec 7 heated pool
Fee: $140 for MTA Members
$180 for sponsored guests
their child, yelling words of encouragement,
reprimanding or making gestures. Parents,
who have children 11 years old and under
need to be present for the entire swim
class. Parents are responsible for escorting
participants to and from the lesson area.
SATURDAY ONLY New Times!
Dates: 4/11 – 5/23 (7 classes)
Mornings: 8:00, 9:00, or 10:00am
Place: Rec 7 heated pool
Fee: $80 for MTA Members
$100 for sponsored guests
Registration:
Due to the popularity
of the Learn-to-Swim classes, a special
registration date is set for each 2-month
session. Swim Report Cards are required for
returning participants. Payment is due upon
registration. MTA Member registration for
the June-July Session (Pre-school through
Level 6) will be on Saturday, 5/30/15.
Registration for Sponsored Guests will be
on Monday, 6/1/15. The June-July session is
from June 8th through July 28th.
SUNDAY ONLY New Times!
Dates: 4/12 – 5/24 (7 classes)
Mornings: 8:00, 9:00, or 10:00am
Place: Rec 7 heated pool
Fee:
$80 for MTA Members
$100 for sponsored guests
Hanalani Schools
Love God. Love Others. Challenge Yourself.
royal
Merit
Scholarship
Level 4 - Stroke Development: Participants
will continue mastering freestyle, backstroke,
and elementary backstroke and learn the
fundamentals of breaststroke and sidestroke.
Classes are 45 minutes long.
Level 5 - Stroke Refinement: Participants
will continue mastering freestyle, backstroke,
elementary backstroke, breaststroke and
sidestroke and will learn the fundamentals of
butterfly, open turns, dives and other entries.
Classes are 45 minutes long.
Summer Program
STEM  Fine Arts  Leadership
Join the program for the 2015-16 school year!
June 8 – July 17, 2015
ENroll today!
hanalani.org K3-12th Grade 625-0006
94-294 Anania Drive
Mililani, HI 96789
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MTA Programs
I would like to invite
you to join the Mililani
Town
Association's
Senior Program.
This
program is held weekly
and incorporates fun
activities, guest speakers, field trips, and of
course, lots of tasty food. We're one big 'ohana
and this program is free to MTA members!
Grab a friend and come to Rec Center 3 to
meet the group and join in the fun! If you
have any questions, feel free to call our office
at 623-7300 or send an email to [email protected]
mililanitown.org.
Mahalo,
Linda Chun, Senior Program Coordinator
4
Group meets on Wednesdays from 9:30 - 11:30am at Recreation Center 3
Activities: Potluck - Pool and Spa Days - Game Days - Informational Seminars - Fun at the Park
- Garden Tours - Karaoke - Movie Days - Line Dance - Arts & Crafts - Cooking & Baking - Swap
Meet - Health, Fitness and Nutrition - Holiday Celebrations - Theme Days - Book Swap - Service
Projects and More! To find out what's on this month's calendar, visit the Programs & Classes
page of our website.
Registration: MTA Members 55 years old and over may sign up for the Senior Program at the
Admin Office during regular business hours or Recreation Center 3 when the Admin Office is
closed. Non-MTA members may join this program for a monthly fee of $25, when accompanied
by an MTA member.
Photos taken of the Senior Group during a
cooking demonstration by Peter Chan.
Special thanks to Wahiawa Botanical Garden.
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MTA Programs
C lasses
Culture & Arts
Open to children 18 months-4 years old. Tiny
Tots meet every Tues & Thurs from 8:30am
to 10:30am at Rec 5 (unless otherwise
noted). With the help of an adult, children
will enjoy play time, circle time, arts & crafts,
pool & park days, field trips and meeting new
friends! This program offers a safe, fun and
educational stepping stone to preschool.
Registration is ongoing: $60 per month
for MTA Members, $70 per month for a
sponsored guest. To find out what’s on this
month’s calendar, visit the PROGRAMS &
CLASSES page of the MTA website. Call 6237300 to ask about observing a class before
signing up.
BALLET is a beautiful system of body
awareness. It develops an adaptive body
that can move with both strength and grace.
Contact Laura Kunimura at 228-3743,
[email protected] or www.danceisland.net.
Ballet 1 (Ages 6 to 9)
Friday: 4:00pm-5:00pm at Rec 1
Saturday: 9:30am-10:30am at Rec 1
Ballet 2/3 (Ages 9 to teens)
Friday: 5:00pm-6:30pm at Rec 1
Saturday: 10:30am-12:00pm at Rec 1
BALLROOM DANCING Learn the beauty and
excitement of Ballroom Dancing! Cha Cha,
Rumba, Swing, Samba, Waltz, Tango, Nite
Club 2-Step, and more! A fun and healthy
activity for your mind and body. No partner
required. Call Sergio and Renna Villanueva at
284-3619.
Tuesday: 7:30pm-8:30pm at Rec 5
Continued on page 26.
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AHWD (808) 372-7299
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CREATIVE MOVEMENT Beginning level of
exploration with practice of the basic dance
elements and pre-ballet for ages 3 to 5. Let
your child discover the beauty and joy of
self-expression through dance. Contact Laura
Kunimura at 228-3743, [email protected]
or www.danceisland.net.
Tuesday: 3:00pm-4:00pm at Rec 3
Friday: 3:00pm-4:00pm at Rec 1
Saturday: 8:30am-9:30am at Rec 1
HAWAII YOUTH CHORUS An innovative
and contemporary children’s showchorus
open to students in Kindergarten through
6th grade. No auditions are necessary.
For more information about HYC, contact
Director-Desi McKenzie at 623-2411 or
[email protected]
Tuesday: 4:45pm-5:45pm at Rec 6
LANGUAGE CONNECTION
From the people who bring you language
classes for children, comes language classes for adults. Come and join us for fun filled
sessions of language, conversation, and cul-
ture. Contact Kristina Stutler at [email protected] or call 394-7133.
Register online at language-wonderland.com.
Japanese Mon: 6:00pm-7:45pm at Rec 6
Chinese Fri: 6:00-7:45pm at Rec 6
Korean Thurs: 7:00pm-8:45pm at Rec 6
French Sat: 1:00pm-2:45pm at Rec 6
LANGUAGE WONDERLAND
Offers foreign language classes for children.
Our curriculum is developed based on Total
Immersion Principle and every class is taught
only in the target language. Contact Kristina
Stutler at [email protected] or
call 394-7133. Register online at www.languagewonderland.com.
Chinese - Saturday at Rec 2
Tots: 8:15am-8:45am
Elementary: 9:00am-9:45am
Preschool: 10:00am-10:45am
Elementary: 11:00am-11:45am
French - Saturday at Rec 6
Preschool: 11:00am-11:45am
Elementary: 12:00pm-12:45pm
Japanese - Friday at Rec 6
Preschool: 4:00pm-4:45pm
Elementary: 5:00pm-5:45pm
Japanese - Saturday at Rec 6
Elementary: 10:00am to 10:45am
Korean - Saturday at Rec 6
Elementary: 9:00am-9:45am
Spanish - Thursday at Rec 6
Preschool: 5:00pm-5:45pm
Elementary: 6:00pm-6:45pm
MODERN HULA
Come and learn Hula basics in a noncompetitive atmosphere. Students will
dance to contemporary Hawaiian mele and
Christian songs. Contact Mary Ann Chalker at
222-6823.
Beginner Level Girls (Ages 6 to 9)
Saturday: 9:00am-10:00am at Rec 6
Intermediate Level Girls (Ages 10 to teens)
Saturday: 10:00am-11:00am at Rec 6
MUSICAL THEATRE WORKSHOP
Focuses on acting, solo, chorus singing, dance,
soft shoe, choreography and improvisation.
Contact Laura Kunimura at 228-3743,
[email protected] or www.danceisland.net.
Tuesday: 4:00pm-5:30pm at Rec 3
Fitness
DANCE CLUB FITNESS
A fun, easy to follow high-energy exercise
class with dance moves performed to the
hottest hits across multiple genres including
hip-hop, pop, Latin, R&B, belly dance, and
much more! Contact Helena Sundberg at
[email protected] or (386) 4278407.
Tuesday: 7:30pm-8:30pm at Rec 1
HAWAII ISLAND SKIPPERS
Jumping rope is an activity that is both fun
and healthy for your body. This is a general
class designed for kids 8 years old and over.
Free for MTA Members. Contact Ron Stephens
at 222-5117.
Wednesday: 3:00pm-5:30pm at Rec 3
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JAZZERCISE is a powerfully effective
60-minute total body workout. Every class
combines energetic dance-based cardio
with muscle strength training and stretching
to sculpt, tone and condition muscles
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Choreographed to today’s hottest music,
Jazzercise is a fusion of jazz dance, resistance
training, Pilates, yoga, and kickboxing. All
ages and fitness levels welcome. Contact
Kate at 621-2482. See our ad on page 29.
Monday: 6:15pm-7:15pm at Rec 3
Tuesday: 6:15pm-7:15pm at Rec 5
Thursday: 6:15pm-7:15pm at Rec 5
WOMEN’S EXERCISE
A low-impact, exercise workout with
instructor, Debbie Fajardo. $3 per month for
MTA Members, $10 per month for sponsored
guests. Call MTA at 623-7300.
Mon, Wed & Fri: 8:00am-9:00am at Rec 3
ZUMBA combines Latin and International
music with a fun and effective workout
system. $5 per class for MTA Members, $6
for sponsored guests. Find us on Facebook at
“MTA Mililani Rec Center 3 & 5 Zumba fitness
classes.” Classes are inexpensive and lots of
fun - join the Party!
Zumba w/ Nisi Taylor
Monday: 9:30-10:30am at Rec 3
Tel: 927-6730
[email protected]
Zumba w/ Edelynn Pagba
Wed: 6:00-7:00pm at Rec3
Sat: 10:30-11:30am at Rec3
Tel: 330-7728
[email protected]
edelynnpagba.zumba.com
Zumba w/ Mike Grimes
Thurs: 7:30-8:30pm
at Rec 5
Tel: 783-8437
[email protected]
mgrimes.zumba.com
Zumba w/ Yuriko Henson
Fri: 9:30am-10:30am
at Rec 3
Tel: (360) 204-4809
[email protected]
yurikohenson.zumba.com
Martial Arts
HAWAIIAN KAJUKENBO ASSOCIATION
This Association practices a self-defense
system incorporating Karate (Ka), Judo
and Jujitsu (Ju), Kenpo (Ken) and Chinese
Boxing (Bo). The program focuses on vital
life skills including respect, discipline, focus,
concentration, and confidence for the entire
family. Contact Jane Iversen at 626-2807,
222-3860 or www.hawaiiankajukenbo.com.
See our ad on page 31.
Little Dragons
Mon & Wed: 5:15pm-6:00pm at Rec 5
Youth
Mon & Wed: 6:00pm-7:15pm at Rec 5
Saturday: 9:00am-10:00am at Rec 5
Adults
Mon & Wed: 7:15pm-8:15pm at Rec 5
Saturday: 10:00am-11:15am at Rec 5
Weapons
Saturday: 8:00am-9:00am at Rec 5
JUDO Are you interested in participating in
an Olympic sport that is good for the mind,
body and spirit? Mililani Judo Academy has
been helping the Mililani community develop
confident, respectful citizens since 1973. You
will learn self defense, get a great workout,
and have fun participating in a lifelong
Continued on page 28.
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activity that the whole family can enjoy.
Come join us! Questions? Please call Sensei
Richard Oshiro 265-2590. Annual dues are
$110 plus Judo gi.
Tues/Thurs - 5:00pm-7:00pm at Rec 1
KARATE A traditional program that promotes self-discipline, respect for others,
self-control, self-confidence, focus, and physical fitness. Open to all ages. Contact Richard
Nelson at 721-0507 or www.fskah.com.
Mon & Wed: 5:00pm-7:00pm at Rec 1
Thursday: 5:00pm-6:00pm at Rec 6
Saturday: 11:30am-1:30pm at Rec 6
QIGONG & TAI CHI This class combines
beginning Qigong/Tai Chi programs:
Qigong Warm-up, Qigong Tai Chi Ball, Organ
Cleansing Qigong, and Yang style Tai Chi
Short Forms in an active, fun, and educational
environment. For adults 18 & over (children
may attend if accompanied by a parent or
guardian who is also a student in the class).
Contact Stuart Holloway at 741-3650,
[email protected] or www.
InnergyCentreLLC.com.
Saturday: 9:00am-10:15am at Rec 3
STEVENSON KENPO KARATE Offering two
adaptable and effective martial arts systems:
(1) the Kajukenbo self-defense system
incorporating Karate (Ka), Judo and Jujitsu
(Ju), Kenpo (Ken), and Chinese Boxing (Bo),
for male and female students 4 years old and
over. (2) The Dynamic Street S.M.A.R.T. SelfDefense System for male and female students,
18 years old & over. Contact Chuck Stevenson
at 623-6399 or visit www.facebook.com/
StevensonKenpoKarate.
Youth
Tues & Thurs: 6:30pm-7:30pm at Rec 3
Adults
Tues & Thurs: 7:30pm-8:30pm at Rec 3
Adult Street S.M.A.R.T. Self Defense
Tues & Thurs: 7:30pm-8:30pm at Rec 3
Practice Sessions
2nd & 4th Saturday of the Month
Adults: 11:30am-1:00pm at Rec 5
Youth: 1:00pm-2:30pm at Rec 5
Beginner Youth: 1:30-2:30pm at Rec 5
STIRLING TAEKWONDO
A new class open to all ages and anyone
interested in learning Discipline, Respect,
Self-Confidence, Physical Fitness, and Self
Defense. Stirling TaeKwonDo Club is a new
28 • www.mililanitown.org
club with old roots! Master Oliver has over 40
years of experience in teaching TaeKwonDo
using World TaeKwonDo Federation (WTF)
guidelines. You will learn Poomsae Forms (a
combination of basic actions and movements),
Weapons, Sparring, and more. Come be a part
a club that treats you like Ohana! Questions?
Call Master Leon Oliver at 808-744-5135 or
visit stirlingtaekwondoclub.com.
Monday: 5:00pm-6:00pm at Rec 3
Mind & Body
ROLL YOUR PAIN AWAY
Open to all ages. Alleviate the symptoms of
common musculoskeletal ailments with SelfMyofascial Release. Developed by Founding
Members of the Fascia Research Society,
this class will enable you to understand
why you have aches and pains and how
to mitigate those pains with simple and
effective techniques using a roller. Improve
your flexibility, posture and circulation while
learning about your FASCIA… the tensional
network of the body. Drop-ins are welcome.
Contact Anthony Chrisco at 227-6221,
[email protected], thefascianator.com.
Tuesday: 9:00am-10:00am at Rec 3
Wednesday: 6:00pm-7:00pm at Rec 6
YOGA
Beginner to Intermediate level relaxing class.
No registration necessary. Just bring a yoga
mat and wear comfortable clothes. This is a
gentle, stress reducing exercise for ages 16 &
older. Contact Judy Kosaka at 627-9444 or
www.getfit808.com. $10 per class for MTA
Members, $11 per class for sponsored guests.
Tuesday: 7:00pm-8:00pm at Rec 6
Tennis
TENNIS Get active and have fun with tennis!
Players of all levels are welcome.
Tennis w/ Rick Aquino
Tel: 486-5270
Tuesday: 3:00pm-9:00pm
Thurs: 3:00pm-9:00pm
Sat: 9:00am-7:00pm
Tennis w/ Rich Sotelo
[email protected]
Mon: 8:00am - 4:00pm*
Wed: 8:00am - 2:30pm*
Fri: 8:00am - 3:30pm*
Sun: 9:00am - 9:00pm
*End time during Spring, Summer and Winter
Break with Rich Sotelo is 9:00pm on Monday,
Wednesday & Friday.
Clubs/Organizations
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
A program that builds character, trains in the
responsibilities of citizenship, and develops
personal fitness.
TROOP #164
Contact: Scoutmaster Stuart Lai
Tel: 369-7673
Email: [email protected]
Website: troop164.net.
Meetings: Thurs - 7:00pm to 9:00pm at Rec 2
TROOP #664
Contact: Scoutmaster Mark Matsuo
Tel: 550-8999
Email: [email protected]
Website: troop664.org
DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS
The Disabled American Veterans helps vets
get everything your sacrifices earned, while
ensuring that you and your family receive the
best this country has to offer.
Contact: Alan Catz
Tel: 625-3638
Meetings: 3rd Tuesday of the month
6:00pm to 9:00pm at Rec 2
GIRL SCOUTS RAINBOW SERVICE UNIT
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence,
and character, who make the world a better
place.
Contact: Jennifer Frisbee
Tel: 429-6201
Email: [email protected]
Meetings: 1st Tuesday of the month
7:00pm to 8:00pm at Rec 2
MILILANI GARDEN CLUB
Created to promote and participate in
community projects where possible,
by providing education in horticulture,
conservation, garden design, and the art of
flower arrangement.
Tel: 626-9561 or 625-6778
Meetings: 3rd Thursday in the months of
September through May
9:30am - 12:00pm at Rec 2
MILILANI LIONS CLUB
We help where help is needed in our own
communities and around the world – with
unmatched integrity and energy.
Contact: Winston Watarai
Tel: 469-1979
Meetings: 1st, 2nd, & 4th Wednesday of the
month - 7:30pm to 9:00pm at Rec 1
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The tempting aroma
aroma and
and rich,
rich,
your favorite
favorite
flavorful taste of your
beverages are
are
Starbucks® beverages
Mililani Town
available at Mililani
Association’s Rec. 7 Cafe
MililaniTown
Town Association’s
Association’s Rec.
Rec. 77 Cafe
Lehiwa Drive
Drive Mililani,
Mililani,Hawaii
Hawaii96789
96789
Mililani
95-1333 Lehiwa
Monday–Friday
6
A.M.–
9
P.M.
Saturday
&
Sunday
8
A.M.–
8
P.M.
Monday–Friday 6 A.M.– 9 P.M. Saturday 8 A.M.– 8 P.M. Sunday 8 A.M.– 6 P.M.
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