Matson continues giving tradition

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Tivoli Jaquias helps Kerri-Anne Kanahele recycle Vienna sausage cartons as Julie Kauakahi, Walter Simpson and Stephanie Funtanilla load the 1,151 pounds of food that was shared between Child & Family Service’s Nana’s House and Hale Ho‘omalu Wednesday at the Matson Nawiliwili Harbor terminal.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Stephanie Funtanilla, assistant program manager for Nana’s House, second from left, and Julie Kauakahi of Child & Family Service, center, accept a $1,000 check and 1,151 pounds of food from Patrick Ono, Matson Kauai district manager, third from left, and Walter Simpson, senior supervisor for Matson terminals stevedores, left, and Tivoli Jaquias, customer support clerk, third from right, Kerri-Anne Kanahele, supervisor of terminal stevedores, second from right, and Reni Domingo, Neighbor Islands sales support specialist, right, at the Matson Nawiliwili Harbor terminal Wednesday.

NAWILIWILI — Kerri-Anne Kanahele wanted to know if she could have the empty Vienna sausage cartons Wednesday during the presentation of 1,151 pounds of food and $1,000 cash by Matson Nawiliwili to Child &Family Service.