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‘Rock the Box’ Art Contest Showcases Honolulu's Creative Talent

‘Rock the Box’ Art Contest Showcases Honolulu's Creative Talent

HONOLULU – Oahu Publications, Inc. (OPI), the publisher of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, invited local artists to “Rock The Box,” the newspaper boxes for its new weekly publication Metro that will launch on Oct. 1. Forty creative individuals were given the opportunity to use the Metro newspaper boxes as their personal canvases. All forty boxes will be displayed throughout the Honolulu area with free copies of the new Metro publication.

“Oahu Publications is thrilled by the tremendous responses and creativity for the ‘Rock The Box’ contest,” said Dennis Francis, OPI president and Honolulu Star-Advertiser publisher. “The variety of one-of-a-kind designs and artwork from the community really reflect the edgy, artistic and quirky style of our new Metro publication.”

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HPR Launches On-air Fund Drive Oct. 1 with Goal of $1.03 Million

HPR Launches On-air Fund Drive Oct. 1 with Goal of $1.03 Million

Hawai‘i Public Radio goes on the air with its fall pledge drive “Celebration 2014” on Ocober 1st at 6:19 a.m. For the first time in many years, the station’s pledge goal of $1,032,000 remains the same as the last fund drive (in spring 2014). Early giving to Celebration 2014 totalling more than $100,000 has already reduced the remaining amount to be raised.

Distributed Energy Partners promotes Zachary McNish to Executive Vice President

Distributed Energy Partners promotes Zachary McNish to Executive Vice President

 

HONOLULUwww.dephawaii.com – Distributed Energy Partners LLC (DEP) today announced it has promoted Zachary McNish, Esq. to Executive Vice President.

 

In his new role, McNish will lead DEP’s sales teams and oversee day-to-day operations of the firm. McNish also serves as DEP’s general counsel, reviewing all legal matters.

 

McNish previously served as legal counsel for RevoluSun and Distributed Energy Partners prior to the two entities splitting into separate business units last month, and before that worked as an associate attorney at Alston Hunt Floyd & Ing.

InkOff.MD offering free tattoo removal to survivors of breast cancer throughout October

InkOff.MD offering free tattoo removal to survivors of breast cancer throughout October

 

HONOLULUwww.inkoffhawaii.com – InkOff.MD today announced for the second year in a row, it will accept appointments from breast cancer survivors to remove radiation tattoos in their entirety, free of charge. The community service supports National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is observed in October.

 

“There are many patients fighting breast cancer who require a permanent marking on the breast skin while going through radiation treatment,” said Dr. W.Y. Chung MD, Owner and Chief Medical Officer of InkOff.MD. “InkOff.MD can make a difference in the lives of those patients who are interested in removing these radiation tattoos. Our PicoSure® laser will completely erase these tattoos, in the span of three to four treatments, with each session lasting about five minutes.”

 

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Spring Wind Quintet Concert and Craft Class Offered at Aina Haina Library

Spring Wind Quintet Concert and Craft Class Offered at Aina Haina Library

Aina Haina Public Library will offer Chamber Music Hawaii’s Spring Wind Quintet Concert and a “Make Your Own Apron” craft class in October 2014.  Both programs are free and will be conducted in the Children’s Section:

Your Vote for the Hawaii Foodbank Will Secure $60,000 from Walmart!

Your Vote for the Hawaii Foodbank Will Secure $60,000 from Walmart!

The Hawaii Foodbank needs your vote to win $60,000! Vote every day in the Walmart Fight Hunger Spark Change campaign now through October 5, 2014. Your vote could help the Foodbank distribute food for 150,000 meals to help feed 1 in 5 people this year.

The Hawaii Foodbank is competing with 128 other food banks across the nation for the Walmart grant. The Top 50 food banks that receive the most votes will receive $60,000 each. Voting is easy:

Kaiser Permanente Hawaii Awards $220,000 to Community Organizations

 Kaiser Permanente Hawaii Awards $220,000 to Community Organizations

Reinforcing its commitment to improving the total health and well-being of its community, Kaiser Permanente Hawaii today announced five organizations who will benefit from a combined total of more than $220,000 in community grant funds.