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  December 2010 Volume 10 Issue 4  

The "Q" puppies have arrived from Australia!!! Quigley and Quest have already been busy at work. Their first stop was at Kapiolani Medical Center where they teamed up with Major League Baseball players to bring joy and cheer to hospitalized children. Click on the link below to view Quigley and Quest's first day of puppy class.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rC868M0Wvyc


The HCI Workplace Readiness Program gives local high school students with special needs an opportunity to receive valuable training and work experience that will help prepare them for future employment. Welcome to our newest participants, 15 year old Bridget from Horizons Academy in Haiku and 18 year old Owen from Makawao, who is home schooled. Owen and Bridget are both hard workers with great attitudes and we are happy to have them join the HCI ohana!


 MELE KALIKIMAKA & HAU'OLI MAKAHIKI HOU

From all of us at Hawaii Canines for Independence.

We wish you and yours all the best for a Happy Holiday Season and New Year!



HCI has recently earned accreditation from Assistance Dogs International. This is a several year process which ensures member organizations maintain the highest standards in all phases of Assistance Dog breeding, selection, training, and client services. Some of the requirements include providing lifetime follow-up services, annual financial audits, and strict application policies. Thanks to ADI surveyor Ron Tymrick for giving us such a great review.


CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES

Murphy, Nelson, Pono, and Maggie all recently graduated from Basic Training and are beginning Advanced Training!!


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