Enterprise helps Malama Pono

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Shannon Maxwell, left, and Samira Siale, right, of Enterprise Rent-A-Car, present $1,000 to Mistee Bailey-Myrick and Rob Anderson of Malama Pono Health Services, Tuesday morning at the Malama Pono offices in Lihue. The award is in celebration of Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s 60th anniversary.

LIHUE — Mistee Bailey-Myrick, president and CEO of Malama Pono Health Services, welcomed the award by Enterprise Rent-A-Car Tuesday morning.

“We’ve already outgrown this space,” Bailey-Myrick said amidst the renovation work being done at the offices in the Kaiser Permanente building. “Our clinic across the hall is full with activity, and Julia Hall, the grant writer, has her office in the conference room.”

The renovation work being done is to a room which served as a showcase space for the former tenants.

“We discovered it was full of termites, and since we needed to work on it, we’re turning it into another office,” Bailey-Myrick said.

Malama Pono Health Services gladly accepted a contribution of $1,000 from Enterprise, presented by Shannon Maxwell and Samira Siale as part of the Enterprise Rent-A-Car Foundation’s 60th anniversary celebration.

For more than 30 years, Malama Pono Health Services has been providing individualized health care services and education to meet the needs of the island.

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