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HONOLULU -- Aloha Petroleum, operating more than 50 fueling locations and convenience stores on Oahu and the Big Island of Hawaii, recently presented the Hawaii Government Employees Association (HGEA) with a check for $3,009 to support the organization's Charles R. Kendall Scholarship and Education Fund, the Honolulu Advertiser reported.
"Aloha Petroleum is proud to play a role in helping HGEA members and their families pursue enriching educational opportunities," said Richard Parry, Aloha Petroleum president and chief executive officer, who along with Larry Adams, Aloha Petroleum director of sales and marketing, presented the check to Darren Wong, chair of the Charles R. Kendall Scholarship Fundraising Committee, the report stated.
Additionally, Aloha Petroleum will continue to support HGEA's scholarship program through its Save-A-$ Club affinity program. HGEA members who use the Save-A-$ Club card to purchase fuel from Aloha receive a discount, and a portion of it goes to the scholarship fund, according to the report.
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