Where the Hell is Matt? 2012

I loved his previous video so I’ll post this one on my site and I spy a HAWAII LOCATION!!!:

Where the Hell is Matt? 2012

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The cities that didn’t make it into the final cut will be in the outtakes video that we’re putting up soon!

Download the video, buy the shirt and stuff like that: http://store.wherethehellismatt.com/

“Trip the Light” on iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/trip-light-feat.-alicia-lemke/id535287301?i=…

Vocals by Alicia Lemke: http://www.alicialemke.com

The dancers in Syria are blurred for their safety.

Overview – Hawaii County Re-entry Program for Co-occurring Disorders

An overview of the Offender Re-entry Program for Adult Inmates with Co-Occurring Disorders.

Compared to other counties, Hawaii County:

  • Ranks high or the highest in several problem areas including unemployment, poverty, homelessness, suicide, alcohol, drug use.
  • Highest prevalence of Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islanders in the community and jail.

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2012 International Billfish Tournament – Call for Miss Billfish

WHAT: Annual Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament 2012 Call for Miss Billfish

WHEN: Application Deadline Friday, July 6, 2012

WHERE: Kailua Kona, Reign From August 9 Through August 19

The Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament (HIBT) is searching for its 2012 Miss Billfish. Each year, Miss Billfish plays a valuable role in the tournament including taking photos with teams and their catches and appearing at evening functions throughout tournament week. Applicants must be available to HIBT from Thursday, August 9 through Sunday, August 19, 2012.

Applications are now available online at hitbfishing.com or by calling 808-836-3422.

Interested young women must complete a 2-page application and include two current photos; one head shot and one full body with bathing suit and/or pareau. Deadline for entry is Friday, July 6, 2012.

See you on the Kailua Pier for the 53nd Annual Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament August 12-18, 2012!

For more information, log onto www.hibtfishing.com.

Governor Abercrombie to Sign SB3001 (Relating to Wildlife) Into Law Today

State Senator Gilbert Kahele has been informed by the Abercrombie Administration that the Governor intends to sign SB3001 (Relating To Wildlife) into law on Thursday, June 21st 2012 at 10:00AM in the Governorʻs Ceremonial Room at the Hawaii State Capitol.

An Axis Deer jumps in the air after being shot

Senator Kahele introduced SB3001 (Relating to Wildlife) during the 2012 legislative session to address the problem of the invasive Axis Deer on Hawaii Island. The bill, when signed into law, will prohibit a person to intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly transfer, transport, and release after transport through interisland movement any live wild or feral deer unless permitted by the Department of Land and Natural Resources or other State Department. It will also establish penalties and fines for individuals that violate the law.

Senator Kahele, Vice-Chair of the Senate Committee on Agriculture, has been a strong proponent of the swift removal of invasive Axis Deer on Hawaii Island. The Axis Deer, introduced to the Hawaiian Islandʻs in 1868, has been devastating to the islands of Molokaʻi and Maui and their agricultural and tourist industries.

“I am extremely pleased that the Governor has decided to sign this important peice of legislation into law. Axis Deer have been devastating to our precious environment and our agricultural industry. This law will send a clear message to those that attempt to transport the Axis Deer to Hawaii island that this Administration, the Legislature and the residents of our State will not tolerate this conduct. Just this past April the Department of Land and Natural Resources recorded the first official kill of an Axis Deer in Kaʻu. I applaud this effort and and will continue my mission to completley eradicate the Axis Deer from Hawaii Island. This law reaffirms that message.”

State Senator Gilbert Kahele