Hawaii

Pacific Gateway Center
May 4, 2014
9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Team Leaders: Mary Wong, '84, Steve Gray, '10, and Clara Park, '12

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Who:
Mini-legal clinic at Pacific Gateway Center in Kalihi. Pacific Gateway Center is a non-profit organization whose mission is to empower immigrants, refugees (including human trafficking survivors) and low-income people by building skills to achieve self-sufficiency.  

What: Join fellow Michigan Alums at a mini-law clinic at Pacific Gateway in Kalihi, aiding farmers, immigrants, tenants, new businesses.

When: Saturday, May 3, 2014,  9 am to 11 am.

Where:  Pacific Gateway is located at 723-C Umi Street in Kalihi; one block Makai of King Street, one block ewa of Gulick Avenue.  If going westbound on H-1, take the Middle Street exit and loop back toward downtown on King Street; turn right onto Umi Street.  If going eastbound on H-1, take the Middle Street exit and turn right onto Umi Street.  Look for the “Basic Auto Collision” sign on Umi Street and turn left into the driveway; head all the way back to the Pacific Gateway fence/parking lot/building.   Phone 851-7010.  (Note that this project is occurring at PCG’s Kalihi location, not  PCG’s Chinatown location.)

 
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