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Geobunga hosts free medicine garden workshop on October 12

Geobunga hosts free medicine garden workshop on October 12
WHAT: Trouble sleeping? Allergies getting the best of you? Minor cuts, abrasions and skin irritations? Come learn about natural remedies for common ailments that you can grow in your own garden at Geobunga’s free Medicine Garden workshop at its Honolulu location. WHEN/WHERE:                  Saturday, Oct. 12 at 9 a.m. & 2 p.m.

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Honolulu HomeLoans Welcomes Cheri Grant, Loan Officer

Honolulu HomeLoans Welcomes Cheri Grant, Loan Officer

Honolulu HomeLoans, Hawaii’s leading mortgage banker, is welcoming Cheri Grant to the team as a loan officer. In her role, Grant will specialize in residential mortgage loan origination.

"We are very happy to have Cheri Grant join Honolulu HomeLoans as a loan officer," says Chief Production Officer, Anders Hostelley. "She has worked in a variety of positions within the mortgage industry and her love of connecting with people is a huge asset for providing top-level customer service.”

With over 14 years of mortgage industry experience, Grant has overseen business development, marketing and sales of loan products. She graduated from Columbia Southern University with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing. Grant recently joined the Honolulu Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Club. Originally from New Orleans, Louisiana, Grant moved to Hawaii in 2002 and currently resides in Hawaii Kai.

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RevoluSun gifts another solar suitcase to Aloha Medical Mission

RevoluSun gifts another solar suitcase to Aloha Medical Mission

For the second year in a row, RevoluSun, Hawaii’s leading provider of residential and commercial solar systems, has raised money to purchase a WE CARE Solar Suitcase for the Aloha Medical Mission, a non-profit that sends teams of doctors and nurses to help people in medically underserved countries in the Asia-Pacific region. RevoluSun raised the money through donations by 25 of its own project developers and staff in just two days, easily surpassing its initial goal. RevoluSun project developers raised $1,200 and RevoluSun corporate donated an additional $750, more than enough to purchase the $1,500 medical device.

Breast Cancer Survivors: InkOff.MD Offering Free Tattoo Removal to All Survivors During October

Breast Cancer Survivors: InkOff.MD Offering Free Tattoo Removal to All Survivors During October

InkOff.MD today announced it is launching a new community service campaign during the month of October. In support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, W.Y. Chung, MD, founder and chief medical Officer of InkOff.MD, will accept appointments from breast cancer survivors to remove radiation treatment tattoos in their entirety, free of charge.

“Many patients who are fighting breast cancer often need to get a marking on the breast skin while managing radiation treatment,” Dr. Chung said. “InkOff.MD has a tremendous opportunity to make a difference in the lives of patients who would like to have these radiation tattoos removed. We will conduct complete removal of these tattoos, through as many sessions as needed, although with our new laser, removal should only take three to four treatments lasting about five minutes each.”

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Women’s fund of Hawaii golf tournament goes co-ed

October 21st Annual Golf Tournament Benefits Women And Girls in Hawaii

Disney Conservation Grant Supports Coral Reef Research

Disney Conservation Grant Supports Coral Reef Research

The UH Mānoa Hawai‘i Institute of Marine Biology (HIMB) has been awarded a $24,200 grant from the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund (DWCF) to support the Connecting Coral Reefs Worldwide project.

Scientists, governments and NGOs believe that it is vital to carry out practical scientific research to help find new, cost-effective approaches to coral reef conservation. Today, coral reefs are at a critical stage with threats from human activities, climate change and ocean acidification. A fifth of all corals reefs have been destroyed and a further 15% are under immediate threat.

Hawaiian Telcom Completes Acquisition of SystemMetrics

Hawaiian Telcom Completes Acquisition of SystemMetrics

Hawaiian Telcom Holdco, Inc. (NASDAQ: HCOM), Hawaii’s leader in integrated communications solutions, yesterday announced that it has completed its acquisition of SystemMetrics Corporation in a cash transaction valued at approximately $16 million, subject to customary working capital adjustments and earn-out provisions.   

“We are very excited to close this transaction and take an important step in meeting our goal to be the preeminent data center services provider in the State of Hawaii,” said Eric K. Yeaman, Hawaiian Telcom’s president and CEO.  “The combination of our existing portfolio of business service offerings with SystemMetrics’ enterprise-class colocation and cloud-computing solutions significantly enhances our capabilities and allows us to meet the accelerating demand for these services, and provides the company with a solid platform for future growth.”