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Kaiser Permanente Hawaii Unveils New Rehabilitation Clinic on Maui

Kaiser Permanente Hawaii today unveiled its newest rehabilitation clinic facility on Maui with a traditional Hawaiian blessing ceremony and remarks from Mayor Alan Arakawa and Kaiser Permanente Hawaii President Janet Liang. The new Maui Lani Elua clinic is now providing high quality rehabilitation services to members on Maui and throughout Maui county.  

Today’s ceremony featured a hula performance by Hula Halau ‘O Ka Hanu Lehua under the direction of Kumu Kamaka Kukona and a traditional Hawaiian blessing by Reverend Kealahou Alika.

The new, 9,000-square-foot clinic provides specialty rehabilitation services including neurology, occupational health services, occupational therapy, physiatry, and physical therapy. Its centralized location in Wailuku and ample free parking make it easily accessible for Kaiser Permanente members.  

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Oahu Blood Drives in October

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow)- Starve a vampire this Halloween season;
donate blood.  It's the blood on the shelves that saves lives.  Help
make sure the state's blood supply doesn't get spooky low by getting the word
out to volunteer donors about October blood drives. 

Saving lives is now easier than
ever.  In addition to calling (808) 848-4770, you can schedule an
appointment or check on drive information at www.BBH.org
Listed below are the October blood drives on Oahu.  Please note: drives
are subject to change.

Tuesday, October 1

 
 

HPU Hawaii Loa, 45-045 Kamehameha Hwy, Kaneohe (96744) -
Bloodmobile

Mcdonald’s restaurants of Hawaii encourages local keiki to “look both ways” at school crosswalks

Mcdonald’s restaurants of Hawaii encourages local keiki to “look both ways” at school crosswalks

 

HONOLULU – Ronald McDonald has put his foot down at dozens of schools across the state to remind keiki and other pedestrians to be careful at school crossings. Ronald’s effort was part of McDonald’s® Restaurants of Hawaii’s Pedestrian Safety Decal Installation Program, part of the State of Hawaii’s Pedestrian Safety Awareness Month in August, supported by the state Department of Transportation, the state Department of Education and all four county governments.

Thanks to Ronald, his bright red shoeprint safety decals can now be found at Hawaii elementary school sidewalks near crosswalks. The shoeprints are accompanied by a bold message in red and yellow to “STOP” and “LOOK BOTH WAYS” before crossing the street.

dck worldwide Launches dck Capital Solutions

HONOLULU –dck worldwide, parent company of dck pacific construction, announced the launch of dck Capital Solutions.

dck Capital Solutions presents an additional option to its clients in the form of P3 (public-private partnership) development and construction. Creating opportunities to use creative sources for funding, equity, and expertise provides another way dck can help its clients solve construction challenges. This group within dck worldwide brings not only construction expertise but also a background in creative, investment-based financing. Utilizing these skills and capabilities will allow dck to expand its ability to provide total solutions to its clients, now and in the future. Leading dck Capital Solutions will be Lee Ploszaj as president and managing director and Larry Allen as vice president of development.

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First Insurance Company launches mascot catchphrase social media challenge

First Insurance Company launches mascot catchphrase social media challenge

HONOLULU – Since 1911, the inspiration for First Insurance’s symbol has been the Royal Poinciana tree, whose orange blossoms and broad, leafy branches provide coverage throughout Hawaii.

Taking after its namesake, our mascot Poincy is all about “covering” the people of Hawaii. While Poincy is every inch the action-oriented mascot, he’s a little shy when it comes to proclaiming his powers of strength and kindness. Now you can be the one to give Poincy his very own catchphrase. As part of our Mascot Catchphrase Challenge, First Insurance invites you to pen your best Poincy catchphrase for a chance to win $250 worth of free gas.

Here’s how to participate:

Fail Whale - What We Learned From Our Biggest Mistakes

Fail Whale - What We Learned From Our Biggest Mistakes

Tonight a panel of serial entrepreneurs gathered to share their “fail whale” or lessons learned from their biggest business mistakes. This gathering was hosted by the Entrepreneurs Foundation of Hawaii and moderated by Peter Kay of “Your Computer Minute” on the radio. He is also the President of CyberCom, Inc., and has founded six tech-related companies in Hawaii since 1984 which qualifies him a serial entrepreneur. 

Trinity Lutheran School's 2nd Annual Fall Festival

Trinity Lutheran School's 2nd Annual Fall Festival

Event: Trinity Lutheran School's 2nd Annual Fall Festival

When: Saturday, September 28, 2013

Time: 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Where:Trinity Lutheran School 1611 California Avenue Wahiawa, Hawaii 96786

Celebrating our 6oth Anniversary...Trinity Lutheran School's 2nd Annual Fall Festival will be held on Saturday, September 28th from 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at our Wahiawa campus.  This day of family fun will include; Master of Ceremonies Tony Solis, Live Entertainment, Games, Bouncers, Keiki Craft Corner, Bake Sale, Lots of Ono Food, and Craft Fair.  Admission is free.  Free parking at Leilehua High School.  All proceeds will directly benefit the students of Trinity.  Visit our website for more information and directions www.trinity-hawaii.org