“Surf On Network” Owned & Operated by Wai`anae High Graduate

Message from Ignacio Fleishour, a Wai`anae High graduate:
Enjoy our current Hawaiian Surf Magazine now available to share:
We are focusing our information around local, environmental, educational, and safety wrapped within a quality surf magazine with a purpose. Visit http://surfonn.com to check it out!Mahalo,
Ignacio Fleishour, CEO

Surf On Network

Wai`anae Boy Does Good: Pacific Purchase Launches

Jose Cueto, a 1995 Waianae High School graduate, recently launched “Pacific Purchase.” Here is information from the company website:

Aloha and welcome to Pacific Purchase LLC, the online store that provides beautiful Hawaii gifts and clothing. If you are interested in making some extra money or just looking to receive discounts on items from our store, then please take a few minutes to read about our Distributor Program below.
Here at Pacific Purchase LLC, our Distributor Program works very similar to Affiliate Programs. If you direct customers to our website, you will be rewarded and compensated if any sales are made. The only difference here with our program, is that we added a little twist of Multi-Level Marketing. To enroll in our program, all you will need is an email address and a paypal account.
Once you have signed up and become a member, you will be issued a Link or Banner. These are the tools you will be using to promote our website and we willl be using them to track your sales. When a customer clicks on your link or banner, they will be directed back to PacificPurchase.com. If they decide to make a purchase, you will receive a commission fee of 15% on all Hard Goods sales and $2 on all Business Plan sales. Commission payments are issued via paypal.
There are many ways to promote your link. Here are some examples below.
1. Place your link or banner on your web page.
2. Send it to friends or family via email, twitter, or facebook.
3. Text it to someone on your cell phone.
4. Buy it as a gift for someone and have them promote it for you.
Now that you have the basic understanding of how our how our business plan works, let me show you what makes our program so unique. At Pacific Purchase LLC we added a little twist of Multi-Level Marketing to our program. The MLM plan we have in place is called a 5×7 Forced Matrix. This means you can have a maximum of 5 members on your first level and your downline can only go 7 levels deep. If more than 5 people join the program from your link, they will automatically be placed on your 2nd level or the next vacant level. This process is called a spillover.
So how does the MLM plan work and how can you make money? Let’s say someone clicks on your link and watches the video on our website. After watching the video that person now wants to become a distributor like you. Once they enroll and become a member, they will be placed in your downline. Anytime someone in your downline makes a sale, you will be compensated 1% for all Hard Goods sales and $2 for all Business Plan sales.
How much will it cost to become a Distributor at Pacific Purchase LLC?
At Pacific Purchase LLC, one of our main goals here was to make it very easy and affordable for everyone to join up. That is why we are only asking for a 1-time purchase of $29 for our Company Business Plan and that is it. There will be no monthly fees and no required purchases to keep your membership active.
So what are the reasons why you should join our program?
1. You only pay $29 to get started.
2. Once a member, you will receive our business plan, access to your website link/banner, Products to sell, a Video to
help you sell, and all the necessary tools to run your business.
3. You get a 15% discount on all personal purchases made from our store.
4. At anytime you can log into your account and check the status of your sales.
5. Being that this is a 5X7 Forced Matrix plan, your team can grow very fast because of Spillovers.
For further inquiries about our program, please check out our FAQ page or contact us at
Here is the link to a video explaining the Pacific Purchase Distributor Program: http://pacificpurchase.com/affiliate_program.php
[Note from Maile: Mahalo to Waianae High graduate Ignacio Fleishour for providing this information, and for helping to launch Pacific Purchase. Ignacio is the CEO of Surf On Network (http://surfonn.com)]

JOB TREE (4/28/13)

JOB TREE Our Father in Heaven Ministry 489 8016
God bless from sister NJ and brother Red
We are open to receiving all kinds of donations to help further our ministry

First to Work 587 3850
333 N.King st room 200
Jan Guard security 524 Kalihi st 585 7346
Altres staffing agency many positions 674 3711
Alliance personnel 521 4300
Express employment agency 525 5225
Baker apprenticeship Waipahu ask for Fernando at 233 9075
Offering RESUME building please apply online if you are interested in having help with your resume email jenkeys@yahoo.com
Live in situation and work Waianae must be drug alcohol free please call Bobby at 275 6995
medical couriers honolulu apply via email bnfst-375638337@job.craigslist.org
PT FT tow truck drivers needed airport apply in person at 1069 kikowaena place M – Th at 10-3 pm
security ala moana – apply in person API security at 1350 S. king street, suite 330 9-3 pm valid photo ID & SS card
massage therapist needed salt lake call 430-7755
barbers cosmetologist – massage therapist facial tech apprentice is welcome call shop# 678-2899 opening May 1st Waipahu
hair Stylists at Trade Secret Pearlridge apply in person
auto prep detailer/warehouse person call 521-4300 alliance personnel agency
looking for skilled people plumber electrician mobile auto mechanic auto body pain call for immediate interview & hire call 723-4607
autobody paint prepper apply in person 723 umi street M-F 8-5:30 pm
electrician Kaimuki call 218-0864
same day wedding coordinator apply via email at info @ oahubeachweddingpackages.com
cleaner maid housekeeper with possible live in arrangement apply via email at 9vv8k-3758290106@job.craigslist.org
server phone orders – apply in person at El Charro restaurant at aiea shopping center M-S 9-11 am
Newspaper mauka schofield call 692-6864
Delivery driver apply in person at 521 kuwili st Honolulu fax resume 523-3697
Hilo hattie hiring manager CFO network specialist apply via email send resume to careers@hilohattie.com
Auto body tech 1st & 2nd class call 839-9887 adminstrative assistant call 629-7591 and ask for chassy
FT administrator call 536-1028 and ask for laurie
Newspaper motor carriers wanted at Hawaiian marine base call 388-0580 and ask for danny
Warehouse driver FT apply in person at 628 Laumaka street
Automotive mechanice FT drop resume at 1909 nuuanu avenue must have own tools
PT cashier Honolulu apply in person 43 horel st 2:30 be prompt
Servers that speak Japanese 758 kapahuluu apply via email at gyutahawaii.chris@yahoo.com
Precook dishwasher town kaimuki apply in person at 3435 waialae avenue corner of 9th avenue
FT cooks pacific club at 1451 queen emma st must be drug free
Servers for yogurtstory asian bistro apply in person 815 keeaumoku st and drop off resume
café manager & front line employees for upscale health & fitness club apply in person at 1177 queen st
Wait bus help at kit n kitchen apply in person at 1010 university avenue call 386-7981
New shop hiring women at schofield windward hickam aiea apply via email at ozge.arik@yahoo.com ask for ozzy
Moped runners needed to deliver photos to various restaurants night work apply in person at 2250 kalakaua call 922-8052 and ask for marvin or bo
FT vet tech & PT receptionist the pet clinic apply in person at 1947 s. beretania st
FT warehouse person at hydra air pacific call 834-7656 ext 7205 and ask for Bob
Industrial sewing machine operator call 380-7555
Trolley driver mechanic janitor dispatcher apply in person M-F at 3015 koapaka st ste G off nimitz call 593-8073 ext 202
Order makers CDL B driver ft apply in person at Armstrong produce at 802 mapunapuna st Honolulu M-F 1-4 pm
Office clerk FT M-S D. Otani produce 832-9600
Banquet cook PT FT apply in person at Honolulu Country Club at 1690 ala puumalu st salt lake
Retail sales Japanese call 943-8366
ABC stores apply assistant manager sales food service store warehouse associate apply via email hr@abcstores.com
City & county of Honolulu apply via online at www.honolulu.gov/hr
Parts counterman Kailua call 792-7920 and ask for lani
Need help needed pulling 2 pool lites Kailua call 222-7665
Handyman for busy property manager needed dnnwk-3740310458@job.craigslist.org
Carpenter helper windward jfnph-375952886@job.craigslist.org
Skilled roofer needed Honolulu 760-661-4558
Experienced movers/drivers call 664-4927 apply in person 96-1185 waihona st pearl city
Newspaper carrier tech park Mililani call 699-5524 ask for dave
Attendant & cashier positions aiea apply in person at 99-170 moanalua rd call 488-3459 M-F 8-5 pm and Sat 9-12 pm
PT medical office assistant/receptionist honolulu moilili apply via email at 4zgxk-3759599241@job.craigslist.org
Nail tech ala moana apply in person at 1440 kapiolani blvd suite 105 941-5559
Licensed massage therapist manoa send resume fax 988-5637
FT driver apply via email akellyparzony@yahoo.com
Boat captain 4 yrs experience Waianae fax 983-7783
CDL A driver Honolulu call 590-3196 Ron
Physical therapist Kailua/Honolulu call 263-0343
On call nurse aide CNA apply online windward leeward Honolulu at www.wilsoncare.com
PT & on call CNA Honolulu fax resume to 983-4490
Production worker-bakery production manager FT Honolulu apply in person at cookie ohana at 255 sand island access road
Beach runner Waikiki call 533-8889
Kitchen positions kitchen staff/cashiers customer service shift leaders Teddy’s bigger burgers Hawaii store apply in person at 7192 kalanianaole highway
Waitstaff arcadia retirement residence apply via email send resume to employment@arcadia-hi.org
Waitstaff in luau Waikiki 1-2 yrs. Experience apply via email in n4x8h-3759666302@job.craigslist.org
Summer support dole plantation Wahiawa apply in person at 64-1550 kam highway 9:30-5:30 pm
PT cooks at ala wai golf course apply in person ask for tysha or dan
Kitchen staff Chili’s apply in person at 94-797 lumiaina street Waipahu 2-5 pm
PT servers cooks cashiers greeters apply in person M-F 9-5 pm at 1000 Kam highway pearl city at buffalo wings
Kitchen serving staff 2-5 pm apply in person 590 farrington hwy Kapolei
Kitchen staff cooks dishwasher food servers apply in person 95-1249 meheula parkway Mililani
Kitchen staff dishwashers servers apply in person at 4211 waialae chili’s
Serving host a kitchen teams apply in person at 130 pali momi st pearlridge mall
Skilled tile setter apply via email at Wildmgm@hotmail.com
Mechanic Waipio call 671 8767
Driver mover wanted kapolei apply in person at 91 291 kalaeloa Blvd # D1 Campbell industrial park
CDL A drivers Sand Island Honolulu call 247 7523
Lot tech wanted Honda Windward apply in person at
45-671 Kam hwy
Cabinet maker apply in person at 1911 Kalani st Cunningham Cabinets
Summer program assistant for boys girls club to supervise field trips and beach excursions call 942 5111

USDA Seeks Applicatio​ns to Promote Job Creation and Boost the Rural Economies in Hawaii

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Active Hawaii Fundraiser – May 4th 2013

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Seariders 2013 OIA White Conference Baseball Champions!

“Congratulations to the Wai’anae High School Seariders baseball team!” said Senator Maile Shimabukuro. “We’re all very proud of Head coach Kekoa Kaluhiokalani, Sr., his staff, players, and the entire Seariders ‘ohana. They will be the OIA’s seeded team in the May 8-11 Division II state tournament. Very best wishes in the tournament!”

Seariders 2013 Roster: Kekoa Kaluhiokalani Jr. SS, Dayson Bailey RHP, Ioane Kaluhiokalani OF, Cleghorn Borge OF/RHP, Brandon Rojo 1B, Daniel Kaauwai OF, Darion Domingo C, Jamison Dedeber 2B, Chasetin Nash Santiago INF, Cameron Cardus OF, Brandon Cambra OF, Jerzey Ramento-Acosta INF, Keanu Goodwin-Iyau C, Sheaven Delima-Fereira 3B, Tavita Lalau RHP, Wayne Silva OF. (Source ScoringLive)

[Note: The following photo, by Bruce Asato, and excerpts are from Paul Honda’s “Kaluhiokalani, Waianae Whitewash Radford” (Star-Advertiser, 4.28.13).]

Star-Advertiser: Waianae's Kekoa Kaluhiokalani Jr. struck out seven in his one-hitter against Radford on Saturday 4/27/13.

Star-Advertiser: Waianae’s Kekoa Kaluhiokalani Jr. struck out seven in his one-hitter against Radford on Saturday 4/27/13.

Kekoa Kaluhiokalani Jr. fired a one-hitter, striking out seven with just one walk as the Seariders blanked Radford 7-0 on Saturday to win the OIA White Conference baseball championship.

“What was working for me was my defense,” the junior said. “All props go to them.”

His father, coach Kekoa Kaluhiokalani, talked with his team in pregame about Seariders baseball history.

“The last time we played for an OIA championship was 1998,” the former Seariders standout said, noting that the program had three league titles entering Saturday’s game.

May 4th Hawaiian Language Day at Maili beach park


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2013 Hawaii Social Media Seminar

2013 Hawaii Social Media Seminar

Wednesday, May 8, 2013 from8:30 AM to 5:00 PM (HST)

Dave and Busters
1030 Auahi Street
Honolulu, HI 96814


Technology News Bytes is proud to presents the 3rd annual Hawaii Social Media Seminar, at Dave & Busters Hawaii on Wednesday, May 8th from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

This social media experience features three speaking sessions presented by several of the nation’s most talented social media leaders such as Ric Dragon, author of Social Marketology social media marketing process and business leadership to help organizations benefit from the revolutionary changes in global marketing.
Attendees can expect a fun filled day of networking, social media insights lead by the Pono Media Design Thinking Team and Awardees from the 2012 Top 15 Social Media Influencers. Full ticket attendees will receive a lunch a buffet served on the Sunset Lanai and complimentary access to an interactive networking event sponsored by Ad2Honolulu. Register for a $80 Session Only ticket or $100 Full Session ticket at www.hiseminar.eventbrite.com.
At the Ad2Honolulu Networking event you’ll be able to mingle with all our speakers and network in a fun, upbeat environment. This event is open to the public for $10 at the door.
We are proud to annouce Ric Dragon as our keynote speaker this year. You won’t want to miss his engaging presentation of “Herding Cats & Selling Kisses: Bringing Process to Social Media Marketing”. Here he will present a framework for social media marketing. Starting with desired outcomes, Dragon will discuss brand voice and personality, microsegmentation, communities, influencers, right through to the creation of a strategic game plan. Several tools will be presented which will provide participants with a roadmap to allocate effort across the big five appraches to social media, allocation to specific social platforms, as well as the major activities within each platform.
At the seminar, we will be giving away 5 copies of Ric Dragon’s Social Marketology.
This is a must read for anyone interested in social media. Social Marketology provides a concrete method for marketing through social media that is also flexible enough to be adapted to the social media platforms of today and tomorrow. By the end of this book, you will have the knowledge to implement an effective social media marketing campaign that is testable, controllable, and fully integrated within broader campaigns and goals.
For more information:
Genesis Long

Mayor Kirk Caldwell’s Town Hall meetings




Mayor Kirk Caldwell will be holding a series of Town Hall meetings during the month of May and welcomes you to attend as many as your schedule allows.  These meetings will include updates on his administration’s priorities and how they are addressed in the City & County of Honolulu’s FY2014 proposed budgets.  The Mayor’s cabinet members will also be in attendance to provide information and answer questions relating to his top priorities of fixing our roads, restoring TheBus service, investing in our sewer infrastructure, beautifying our parks, building rail better, and addressing the homeless issue.    

Below is the schedule.  Again, please feel free to attend any or all of the events listed.  All meetings will be held from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.  Mayor Caldwell looks forward to seeing you there.


May 2, 2013 (Thursday)          Aiea/Pearl City            Highlands Intermediate School


May 6, 2013 (Monday)              Honolulu                     Kaimuki High School Cafeteria


May 9, 2013 (Thursday)          Wahiawa/Mililani         Wahiawa District Park


May 16, 2013 (Thursday)        Kapolei                        Kapolei Hale


May 20, 2013 (Monday)           Windward                   Kaneohe Community Center


May 22, 2013 (Wednesday)    Kalihi                           Farrington High School Cafeteria


 If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Shawn Hamamoto at 768-4675.


Shawn Hamamoto

Office of the Mayor

47″ TV delivered to Paiolu Kaiaulu Shelter

Aloha Senator Shimabukuro,
A few weeks ago eWorld Enterprise Solutions donated a 47″ TV to the Paiolu Kaiaulu Transition Shelter in your hometown of Waianae.
Aunty Rita Martin and staff were excited to have their old 32″ TV replaced in their outdoor dining and gathering hall.
We at eWorld ES really admire the work being done at Paiolu Kaiaulu and look to help them more in the future.
Have a great weekend,
David Y. Shinbara
Information Management Consultant
eWorld Enterprise Solutions, Inc.

Making Green Energy more affordable


“Hawaii is the first state in the nation to pass this monumental legislation. SB1087 allows individuals and non-profits to put up photo voltaic systems with no up-front costs, and pay for them incrementally on their electricity bills,” Senator Mike Gabbard, Chair of the Energy and Environment Committee.


SB1087 SD2 HD3

Relating to Green Infrastructure

This measure will provide a lower cost financing alternative for Hawaii businesses and residents to utilize green infrastructure equipment and technology to reduce electricity consumption by leveraging clean energy technology. The innovative financing method created in this measure will provide a secure financing structure to allow the Department of Business, Economic Development, and Tourism to issue revenue bonds at very competitive rates, which savings can be passed on to the consumers in the form of lower borrowing costs.

Hawaii’s electricity rates are the highest in the nation. Consumers need access

to energy efficient devices that offer real electricity cost savings. Thus far, the upfront

cash needed or access to credit to purchase solar hot water heaters and solar pv

systems has been an impediment to low to moderate income homeowners and renters

from being able to realize the benefits of these devices that will lower monthly electric


 Clean energy and energy efficiency should

not be for the wealthy only. Consumers who work hard and pay their bills, but find it

difficult to save enough money or build enough credit to finance a solar hot water heater

or solar pv system should not be shut out of this market. On bill financing allows the

consumer to pay for these energy systems through the electricity cost savings on their

monthly bill. This not only makes available energy cost savings to a greater number of

Hawaii’s consumers, but it also means less oil consumed for every kilowatt hour of

energy being conserved or replaced by clean energy.


NEWS RELEASE: Nānākuli Housing Corporatio​n Dedicates First Affordable Housing Model for Hawaiians




April 24, 2013
Innovative design a realized dream of NHC Founder, the late Paige Kawelo Barber
NĀNĀKULI, HI — Governor Neil Abercrombie and Hawaiian Homes Commission Chair Jobie Masagatani joined the Nānākuli Housing Corporation (NHC) today to break ground on the first “Kawelo Cottage” built for Dustin & Sheena Barrett on their Hawaiian homestead in Nānākuli, Oʻahu.
“We gather today to celebrate the fulfillment of the vision for native Hawaiians, as set forth by Aunty Paige Kawelo Barber,” said Gov. Neil Abercrombie, “Her vision will forever live on in this home that bears her name – the Kawelo Cottage.”
The Kawelo Cottage is the realized dream of NHC’s late founder, Paige Kawelo Barber, whose vision was to create affordable housing for native Hawaiians. Under her direction NHCs vision was and is that every Native Hawaiian family will have a home.
“Everyone here remains deeply committed to continue the work started by my mother Paige,” says Kapiʻolani Barber, Executive Director at NHC. “I’m pleased to finally have this groundbreaking with our first Kawelo Cottage. These homes are uniquely designed for our community and everyone at NHC looks forward to assisting more families finance and build their new homes.”
The current Barrett home is nearly 50 years old and is scheduled for demolition. The aging home will be replaced by a 4-bedroom/3-bathroom Kawelo Cottage, which will be built with the help of numerous volunteers engaging in the self-help housing model.
Governor Neil Abercrombie joins the Barrett ʻohana in untying the ceremonial maile at the entrance to their Hawaiian homestead lot where their old home will be demolished and a new Paige Kawelo Barber model home will be built. They are joined by City Councilwoman Kimberly Marcos Pine and Chair of the Hawaiian Homes Commission Jobie Masagatani. Photo: Blaine Fergerstrom.

Governor Neil Abercrombie joins the Barrett ʻohana in untying the ceremonial maile
at the entrance to their Hawaiian homestead lot where their old home will be demolished
and a new Paige Kawelo Barber model home will be built. They are joined by City Councilwoman
Kimberly Marcos Pine and Chair of the Hawaiian Homes Commission Jobie Masagatani.
Photo: Blaine Fergerstrom.

“Congratulations to the Barrett ʻohana for taking on the kuleana of caring for this homestead lot that has been in your ʻohana for generations,” said Jobie Masagatani, Chair of the Hawaiian Homes Commission and Director of the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, “This project is a true testament to Prince Kūhiō’s vision of ʻāina hoʻopulapula.”

“I am so fortunate that my grandmother Aileen passed her homestead lot down to me so that I will be able to raise my family here,” said Nānākuli homesteader Dustin Barrett, “This is such a blessing to have all these people to help us through this.”
The NHC helped the Barretts secure down-payment assistance from the Native American Housing and Self Determination Act (NAHASDA) and a mortgage from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
The Kawelo Cottage is the result of a series of community meetings with families from NHC’s Self-Help Home Repair & Financial Literacy classes to source design elements for an affordable home for and by Native Hawaiians. These families wanted their homes to be as Green as possible with open living concepts and a bathroom in the garage. NHC secured funding from the Administration for Native Americans (ANA) to create this design.
The Kawelo Cottage was designed by Architect Karen Wang and this first cottage will be built by Jeff Cantrell of Kai Builders. The construction plans include the demolition of the existing home, grading of the lot, and a “turn key” home with plumbing, electrical, appliances and cabinetry in the kitchen and baths.
For a gallery of photos and video from today’s event, please visit dhhl.hawaii.gov
About Nānākuli Housing Corporation
NHC was established in 1989, to serve the community through innovative programs, which promote the advancement of Native Hawaiians by building their personal assets through home ownership. NHC programs include:
Homeownership & Financial Literacy – training which promotes financial literacy, credit repair and homeownership among Native Hawaiians
Base Yard Hawaii – a building materials reuse center which provides Hawai’i’s low- income families, non profit organizations, and the general public with recycled construction materials
Self Help Home Repair or Replacement – instruction in home repair, maintenance and home replacement
More Affordable Homes– through a grant from the Administration for Native Americans, NHC has one stop affordable home kits.
Since 1989, NHC has provided training to over 2,000 native Hawaiians and their families in financial literacy and self help home repair and maintenance and distributed nearly $500,000 of reusable construction materials to our native Hawaiian families. NHC training programs assist low to moderate-income families. NHC’s vision is that every Native Hawaiian family will have a home. Their mission is that every Native Hawaiian family, regardless of their income status, will build their personal assets through home ownership. www.baseyard.com
About the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands
Created by the U.S. Congress by the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act of 1920, assimilated by the State of Hawai‘i in 1959 as part of the Statehood Act, the Hawaiian Homes Commission exists to administer the Act and the 200,000 acres of land set aside for native Hawaiians. The Commission consists of nine commissioners, including the Chair, who also serves as the Director of the state agency known as the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands. dhhl.hawaii.gov
Nānākuli Housing Corporation
Cedric Duarte
Department of Hawaiian Home Lands
Darrell T. Young, Deputy to the Director

8th Annual Keiki Spring Fest ❀ FRIDAY✿ 4/26/13 ❁ Wai’anae District Park

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“Tumble Bus” indicated on flyer, will not be available this year.

Actors and Hula Dancers Needed

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On Friday, 4/26/13, 6-8pm, the play “Hui Aloha” will be performed at Leeward Community College – Wai`anae.

The play focuses on women who gathered signatures protesting the annexation of Hawai`i by the United States. Light refreshments will be served.


Here is a link to LCC-Wai`anae’s website:

Donation request re WHS students: costs to attend National Medical Competitio​n

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Waianae High School (WHS) seniors have one last wish before graduation. They hope to raise enough money for “Project Graduation,” which will enable them to spend a final night celebrating graduation with their fellow classmates.Coordinated by Waianae parents, students and the community, Project Graduation is an all-night, substance-free party held for the school’s new graduates. All graduating students are invited to participate in the event. Adult volunteers will chaperone the event.“It is urgent that we support this is post-graduation party, which is less than a month away,”said Sen. Maile Shimabukuro, who represents Kalaeloa, Honokai Hale, Ko Olina, Nanakuli, Maili, Waianae, Makaha and Makua.
“I encourage the community to support Waianae’s graduating seniors so that they can celebrate in a safe, adult-supervised environment.”Waianae Seniors hope to raise $10,000 for the event. Activities, entertainment, food and prizes are part of the fun-filled night.
“We have 2 big fundraisers coming up, a Pizza Hut Fundraiser on April 29th and May 13th, as well as an end of the year Zumba Fitness Fundraiser happening on May 4th ($10). We have been selling Headshot coupons ($10) all year long, and have recently started selling IsleDiscount (ID) Cards($20),” wrote Nikki Kay, who has continued to serve as Chairperson for WHS’s Project Grad for the past several years.Tax Deductable Donations can be made to:WHS Project Graduation
Waianae High School
c/o Nikki Kay
85-251 Farrington High Way
Waianae, Hawaii 96792For more information, contact:

Nikki Kay, Chairperson

Job Openings


Ke Ola Mamo – Native Hawaiian Health Care System for Oahu is recruiting for the following positions:

For details on the positions please contact Margaret Kalamau PHR BA, Human Resource Manager at mkalamau@keolamamo.org.

  • Fiscal Officer – CPA
  • Certified Medical Coder/Biller – part time
  • Front Office Receptionist

☀2013 SUMMER REEL CAMPS FOR GIRLS ☀ Applicatio​ns now open :)

Hawai‘i Women in Filmmaking is pleased to announce the opening of registration for the


This year, we are offering two different camps:

NEW ANIMATION: JUNE 24 – 28 | 8:30-4:00 pm

Introduction into storytelling and the principles and techniques of animation.

BASIC REEL: JULY 22 – 26 | 8:30-4:00 pm

Introduction into storytelling, storyboarding, scriptwriting, use of professional camera, lighting, and editing.

To apply go to: www.hawaiiwomeninfilmmaking.org

The camps are for FREE through a barter system, meaning we are asking 5 hours of your time in return during the Fall. The hours can be spent helping us with the Grrrl Film Club, or be part of our Production Team. You can let us know about your preferences in the registration form.

Seats are limited and on a first come, first served basis!

For girls age 13-19

Deadline to apply: May 20. Notifications of acceptance will be sent by email by May 27.

Flier here 🙂

If you want to see what the girls did last year, click here!

For more information, call (808) 799-4438, or email summer@hawaiiwomeninfilmmaking.org

The camps are hosted at The ARTS at Marks Garage, 1159 Nu‘uanu Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96817

Made possible thanks to the support of the Hawai‘i Community Foundation Ritchie M. Gregory Fund, the Hawai‘i State Commission on the Status of Women, and Hawaii Women Lawyers.

Preschool Open Doors Open Enrollment notice


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