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Serve Up Gourmet Thanksgiving Dinners at Home with Ala Moana Hotel

Don’t let time in the kitchen gobble up quality time with family and friends this Thanksgiving. Ala Moana Hotel is ready to help you serve up its “Turkey Meal to Go” – a complete table-ready Thanksgiving meal for pickup that feeds up to six people for just $135. Simply call Ala Moana Hotel’s catering department to place an order now through Friday, November 21, then swing by on Thanksgiving Day to pick up the savory feast with a convenient “drive-thru” service at Ala Moana Hotel’s porte cochere.

                                                       

Serve Up Gourmet Thanksgiving Dinners at Home with Ala Moana Hotel

Don’t let time in the kitchen gobble up quality time with family and friends this Thanksgiving. Ala Moana Hotel is ready to help you serve up its “Turkey Meal to Go” – a complete table-ready Thanksgiving meal for pickup that feeds up to six people for just $135. Simply call Ala Moana Hotel’s catering department to place an order now through Friday, November 21, then swing by on Thanksgiving Day to pick up the savory feast with a convenient “drive-thru” service at Ala Moana Hotel’s porte cochere.

                                                       

Kaiser Permanente Presents November Senior Summit Seminar on Diabetes Management

Kaiser Permanente Presents November Senior Summit Seminar on Diabetes Management

The Senior Summit Seminars, presented by Kaiser Permanente Hawaii, provide ongoing educational opportunities on a wide variety of topics specific to seniors. The emphasis is on prevention, personal growth, and learning how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. All lectures are free and open to the public. Pre-registration is required; call the respective location. For more information, call 808-432-2235. 

See "The Plaza Photovoice Project" Display at Hawaii State Library Nov. 3-29

See "The Plaza Photovoice Project" Display at Hawaii State Library Nov. 3-29

The Plaza Photovoice Project,” a free photo exhibit showcasing the creativity of more than 50 of Hawaii’s seniors, will be on display at the Hawaii State Library from November 3 to 29 in the Lobby.  

The Plaza Photovoice Project, created to help Hawaii’s seniors learn how to operate digital cameras and express themselves through photography, was coordinated by Colby Takeda, Administrator-in-Training of The Plaza at Mililani.  The senior photographers include some with little or no prior photography experience, and some living with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.

This exploratory exhibition is suitable for all ages, and may be viewed during normal library hours.

The Hawaii State Library is located at 478 South King Street.  For more information, please call the Library’s Social Science & Philosophy Section at 586-3529.

 

 

Kaiser Permanente’s Moanalua Medical Center Treats its Youngest Patients to Trick-Or-Treat Fun

Kaiser Permanente’s Moanalua Medical Center Treats its Youngest Patients to Trick-Or-Treat Fun

Superheroes, princess, witches and goblins paraded through the halls of Moanalua Medical Center today, as pediatrics patients made the rounds to nearly every floor. The annual trick-or-treat event allows hospitalized keiki the opportunity to experience the fun of Halloween by collecting goodies at 18 different stations.

Thirteen children, ranging in age from five months to 17 years, were accompanied by their family members as they collected stickers, pencils, erasers and coloring books from Kaiser Permanente physicians and staff in costume. Cardiology, pharmacy and surgery were just a few of the many departments that welcomed the young patients to pass through their halls for a handful of healthy treats. Keiki who were not able to leave their beds or units received hand-delivered Halloween goodies.

Veterans to be Honored at Battleship Missouri Memorial’s Sunset Ceremony, November 11

Veterans to be Honored at Battleship Missouri Memorial’s Sunset Ceremony, November 11

Rear Admiral Richard “Rick” L. Williams, Commander of Navy Region Hawaii, to deliver keynote address

Pearl Harbor, HI – As daylight fades on November 11, the Battleship Missouri Memorial will bring all Veterans and Armistice Day observances around the world to a close with a special sunset ceremony in Pearl Harbor. 

“It is a special privilege to conclude our nation’s commemorations of Veterans Day here in historic Pearl Harbor on the decks of the USS Missouri, America’s last battleship,” said Michael Carr, president & CEO of the USS Missouri Memorial Association. “Our ceremony will proudly honor all veterans for their unwavering courage, including our youngest generation of veterans who have served America over the past decade in the Middle East.” 

Student delegates lead prospective families on a guided tour to learn more about La Pietra – Hawaii

Student delegates lead prospective families on a guided tour to learn more about La Pietra – Hawaii

(Honolulu, Hawai’i, October 29, 2014) -- La Pietra – Hawaii School for Girls will have its Fall Admissions Open House on Thursday, November 6 with tours starting at 5:15 pm and the program beginning at 6:00 pm.

During the Admissions Open House, guests will have the opportunity to learn about the value of an all-girls’ education and hear about the academic, athletics, arts, co-curricular and college counseling programs that La Pietra offers. The program will start with a student-guided tour of La Pietra‘s 21st century classrooms and facilities, and then hear from Mahina Hugo, Head of School, current students, parents, and faculty.

For more information or to register, visit our website at www.lapietra.edu. For questions or inquiries, contact Director of Admissions, Megan Meyer at (808) 922-2744 or by e-mail at mmeyer@lapietra.edu.