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Moanalua Elementary School Fun Fair to be held Nov. 22

Moanalua Elementary School Fun Fair to be held Nov. 22

Looking for a fun & safe place for the whole family this weekend? Come on down to Moanalua Elementary School Fun Fair. Ono Food, Baked goods, Xtreme Rides, Games, Prizes, Silent Auction, Farmer's Market, White Elephant Sale, Keiki Corner & much more. This Friday from 2 p.m. - 8 p.m. Nov. 22. 1337 Mahiole St, Honolulu, 96816.

Free admission, parking available. 

Help Damien Feed Tacloban Food Drive

Help Damien Feed Tacloban Food Drive

Damien Memorial School is inviting the community to their food drive in efforts to help those affected by Hurricane Haiyan.

The “Help Damien Feed Tacloban” fundraiser will take place this Saturday, November 16 from 8am-12pm in the Damien Memorial School Parking Lot (1401 Houghtailing Street). They will be collecting non-perishable foods (not exceeding 6 months); and monetary donations (only cash or checks will be accepted, checks are payable to Damien Memorial School).

Relief organizer Carlo Carraso has even arranged with Matson to ship the nonperishable foods for free. With a 40% Filipino population, the school community has a strong emotional connection to this tragedy. The school's website stated, "Thank you and please continue to pray for all the victims and their families."

For more information, please visit www.damien.edu.

CALL FOR ENTRIES: Toyota 2014 Dream Car Art Contest

CALL FOR ENTRIES: Toyota 2014 Dream Car Art Contest

Toyota Hawaii is inviting all Hawaii student artists age 15 years and younger to create a drawing of “Your Dream Car” for Toyota Hawaii’s 2014 Dream Car Art Contest. Original, hand-drawn entries must be submitted by January 31, 2014 to any Toyota dealer statewide or mailed to Toyota Dream Car Art Contest, P.O. Box 2788, Honolulu, Hawaii 96803-2788. Entry forms and rules are available online now at ToyotaHawaii.com and at all Toyota Hawaii Dealerships. One lucky winner could receive a trip to Japan to participate in the Toyota Motor Corporation world competition, while Hawaii finalists will receive an iPad Mini® with Retina Display or cash. New this year, Toyota Hawaii will award five teachers throughout the State of Hawaii a $250 gift card for art materials and supplies.

 

 

Graham Builders Hosts Free "Building Your Home for Life" Seminar

Graham Builders Hosts Free "Building Your Home for Life" Seminar

 WHERE:               Honolulu Country Club

                                1690 Ala Puumalu Street

WHEN:                 Saturday, November 16

                                9 – 11 a.m.

“Share a Night” at the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hawaii annual gala, Saturday, November 23

“Share a Night” at the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hawaii annual gala, Saturday, November 23

HONOLULU – Mark your calendar for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hawaii’s (RMHC-Hawaii) “Share A Night” annual gala. Tables are available for the Saturday, November 23 event at the Sheraton Waikiki. This year’s honorary co-chairs are Dennis Francis, Honolulu Star-Advertiser president and publisher and Jim Polk, Bank of Hawaii senior executive vice president.

“This year’s gala, just a week before Thanksgiving, focuses on giving thanks to everyone in Hawaii who helped and supported the Ronald McDonald House throughout the years,” said Jerri Chong, RMHC-Hawaii president. “We dedicate this evening to the thousands of families that have called ‘The House That Love Built’ their home.”

Kaiser Permanente Hawaii Offers Free Health Care Reform Workshops to Local Businesses in November

Learn how the Affordable Care Act will affect your business

WHAT: Health Care Reform Workshops
In a year when every business needs to be actively engaged in their health care decision-making, Kaiser Permanente is offering free workshops to educate Hawaii businesses on how their employees will be affected by the Affordable Care Act. Business representatives can choose to attend a free breakfast session, from 8 – 10 a.m., or a free lunch session, from 11:30 a.m.

Letter to My Parents Contest in Hawaii

Letter to My Parents Contest in Hawaii

It is impossible to live our lives without our parents. Family has always been the basis of society. However, we are living in a more individualistic society, and the role of the family is changing. The family unity is what helps people grow as both individuals and as a members of society. Therefore, the FilCom Center, sariling Gawa, and Reiyukai America is pleased to invite you to participate at the first " Letter to My Parents Contest in Hawai'i."

In order to participate in the contest, a contestant must write a letter dedicated to his/her parent(s) or legal guardian(s) and submit it to the Organizing Committee.

The submitted letters will go through a couple of selection process in order to be presented at the final presentation. The letters that made it to the final stage will be read by the original writer in front of the judges to decide the 1st Prize winner.