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Hawaii's Public Libraries Will Observe Labor Day Holiday

Hawaii's Public Libraries Will Observe Labor Day Holiday

In observance of the Labor Day 2014 Holiday, all public libraries will be closed from Saturday, August 30 through Monday, September 1.

Four libraries normally closed on Fridays will be open on Friday, August 29:  Aiea Public Library, Hawaii Kai Public Library, Liliha Public Library, and Makawao Public Library.

In addition, Kealakekua Public Library, normally closed on Thursdays, will be open on Thursday, August 28.

Please visit www.librarieshawaii.org or call your local library for more information.

 

Five Years of Prevention: Hawaii Meth Project Appoints New Students to 2014-15 Teen Advisory Council

Five Years of Prevention: Hawaii Meth Project Appoints New Students to 2014-15 Teen Advisory Council

Twenty-two students from four islands to lead methamphetamine awareness and prevention efforts in schools and communities statewide

The Hawaii Meth Project’s Teen Advisory Council turns five today with the appointment of 22 student members to its 2014-2015 group. This year’s council, selected through a competitive application and interview process, is comprised of high school students from Kauai, Oahu, Maui, and Hawaii Island who help to raise awareness about the risks of methamphetamine use and provide a teen perspective on the campaign’s strategies and messages. 

Servco Automotive Announces New Hire in Marketing: Jennifer Crowe-Lopez

Servco Automotive Announces New Hire in Marketing: Jennifer Crowe-Lopez

HONOLULU – Servco Pacific Inc. (Servco) today announced it has hired Jennifer Crowe-Lopez as Marketing Manager, responsible for selected marketing activities of Servco’s Home and Appliance, Raynor Overhead Door and Servco Automotive divisions.

Previously Crowe-Lopez provided freelance marketing consulting for local startup companies. Prior to that she worked at Bonterra Solar as an Operations/Project Manager.

Crowe-Lopez is a graduate of Cal State Long Beach with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree with a concentration of International Business.  She currently resides on Oahu’s North Shore with her husband and daughter. 

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Two Public Libraries Reopen Following Tent Fumigation Closures

Two  Public Libraries Reopen Following Tent Fumigation Closures

The Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped (LBPH) and Makawao Public Library (Maui) have reopened after successful tent fumigation projects during the Statehood Day Holiday weekend.

Both libraries have resumed their normal public service schedule.  For the libraries’ public service hours, please visit the HSPLS website at www.librarieshawaii.org or call the libraries: LBPH - 733-8444 and Makawao Public Library - 573-8785.  

 

Hawaii Symphony Orchestra Announces 2014-2015 Halekulani Masterworks Season

HONOLULU – The Hawaii Symphony Orchestra (HSO) has announced the 2014-2015 Halekulani Masterworks Season, which opens Saturday, September 13, 50 years to the day after the Neal Blaisdell Concert Hall’s formal opening in 1964, which also featured the Symphony. To celebrate the thousands of classical, pops, education, opera and ballet performances that have made up so much of the HSO's history at the Blaisdell, the program will feature two of the works performed at the 1964 premiere, Tchaikovsky's Overture-Fantasy to Romeo and Juliet and selections from Mendelssohn’s A Midsummer Night's Dream. Both works were chosen for the 1964 concert to mark the 400th birthday of William Shakespeare.

Conley, Hayashida, Ing, Martinson, and Wo Join UHF Board

Conley, Hayashida, Ing, Martinson, and Wo Join UHF Board

HONOLULU – The University of Hawaii Foundation is honored to welcome Herb Conley, Ken Hayashida, Louise Ing, Eric K. Martinson, and C. Scott Wo to the board of trustees.

Herb Conley moved to Hawaii with his wife Nancy in 1975 after receiving degrees in finance and accounting from Oklahoma State University. He began his business career as a CPA with Deloitte in Honolulu in 1975.  In 1978 he moved from accounting to sales, initially running a small family real estate brokerage firm Conley Dew Ltd. In 1995 Conley co-founded and helped lead Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties to become the leading real estate brokerage firm in Hawaii.  In 2005 he negotiated the sale of the company to Cendant Corporation, a Fortune 500 company. He retired as co-managing director in July 2007.

Avalon Development Co. Puts 17 Industrial Parcels At Kapolei Business Park, Phase 2, On The Market

Site Blessing Launches Long-Awaited “Second City” Industrial Park Development

HONOLULU – Avalon Development Company LLC held a blessing ceremony on Thursday for the long-awaited last phase of the Kapolei Business Park in the heart of Oahu’s “Second City.”

Mayor Kirk Caldwell and other community leaders attended Thursday’s site blessing, said Avalon President and CEO Christine Camp.

“It’s taken many years years but the dream of creating a fully developed industrial park to serve the entire island and spur further growth in Kapolei is a reality by our step towards completing the last phase of Kapolei Business Park,” Camp said. “The vision of Kapolei as a ‘Second City’ on Oahu began in the 1960s. New industries are thriving here and Kapolei Business Park has become a major center of employment. The employees and their families can significantly improve their quality of life by living and working in the same area.”