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Basketball Winter Classic Games at Kaiser

Basketball Winter Classic Games at Kaiser

Kaiser High School is hosting a Basketball Winter Classic over the holidays. For great family fun, join us at the games running from Thursday, December 26th through Saturday, December 28th. All of the Winter Classic Games are at Kaiser High School Gym. Admission: $8 General, $4 Senior and Military

Thursday 12/26
4:00 PM - J.V. St. Louis vs Kaiser
5:30 PM - Mililani vs Maryknoll
7:00 PM - Waiakea vs Kaiser

Friday 12/27
4:00 PM - J.V. Mililani vs Kaiser
5:30 PM - Mililani vs Waiakea
7:00 PM - Maryknoll vs Kaiser

Saturday 12/28
12:00 Noon - Maryknoll vs Waiakea
1:30 PM - Mililani vs Kaiser

Contact Coach Branden Kawazoe for more information at (808) 394-1200 ext 2242. Or by email at Branden_Kawazoe@notes.k12.hi.us
 

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Green Parking Council Presents Pioneer Award To Volta Industries

Green Parking Council Presents Pioneer Award To Volta Industries

 

The Green Parking Council (GPC) announced today that it has awarded the 2013 Pioneer Award for Sustainability to Volta Industries LLC (Volta). Volta operates the Volta Network, Hawaii’s only forever free-to-use electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. The Volta Network is the largest network of free-to-use EV charging stations nationwide, with close to 40 free EV charging stations in Hawaii, California and Arizona.

 

“We applaud and recognize Volta for its commitment to GPC as a founding partner as we strive to transform the face of the parking industry,” explained the GPC’s Executive Director, Paul Wessel.  “Volta’s accomplishments serve as a role model for deploying sustainable initiatives and sound corporate citizenship within the parking industry.”

 

The Green Parking Council (GPC) 2013 Pioneer Award for Sustainability honors leaders of the parking industry’s transition to an environmentally conscious business model.

Kalani High School Rummage Sale Rescheduled

Kalani High School Rummage Sale Rescheduled

 

The Kalani High School Rummage Sale scheduled for November 30 has been rescheduled to Saturday, January 25, 2014. The fundraising sale will take place from 7am-1pm in the school's cafeteria.  

Got donations? Feel free to donate any unwanted items such as: Gently worn clothing, baby gear (strollers, clothing, highchairs, etc.), household items, furniture, jewelery, sporting equipment, children's toys, books, video games, etc. You may turn in donations to room C10 or E18, or the main office. 

Arden Penton Named Director of Media and Operations of Volta Industries

Arden Penton Named Director of Media and Operations of Volta Industries

 

Volta Industries LLC (Volta) today announced it has promoted Arden Penton to Director of Media and Operations. Volta operates the Volta Network, Hawaii’s only forever free-to-use electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. The Volta Network is the largest network of free-to-use EV charging stations nationwide, with close to 40 free EV charging stations in Hawaii, California and Arizona.

 

In her new role, Penton oversees day-to-day operations and management of the Volta Network. She directs business and marketing strategy with Volta’s corporate partnerships and community relations programs, and leads new business development. Penton joined Volta in October 2012.

 

SAFEWAY HAWAII STORES AND ISLAND FOOD BANKS PARTNER TO FIGHT HUNGER THIS HOLIDAY SEASON

SAFEWAY HAWAII STORES AND ISLAND FOOD BANKS PARTNER TO FIGHT HUNGER THIS HOLIDAY SEASON

 

HONOLULU – Safeway Hawaii stores across the state are partnering with each island’s food bank – Hawaii Foodbank on Oahu and Kauai; Maui Food Bank; and The Food Basket on the Big Island – to launch the “Help Us End Hunger” food drive this holiday season.

The “Help Us End Hunger (Every Bag Counts)” effort makes it easy for shoppers to donate to local food banks by filling grocery bags with items the food banks need most. The specially packed grocery bags containing Safeway and Kraft food products include canned tuna, peanut butter, pasta, and canned vegetables. The bags are available for $10 each at all Safeway Hawaii stores through December 25.

The Hawaii Vein and Skin Center Announces New Dermal Facial Treatment That Lasts Up To Two Years

The Hawaii Vein and Skin Center Announces New Dermal Facial Treatment That Lasts Up To Two Years

 

The Hawaii Vein and Skin Center today announced it is now offering the brand new Juvederm VolumaXC that is being used for the VolumaLift™ procedure. Juvederm VolumaXC is a uniquely formulated injectable gel that is the first and only FDA-approved filler to instantly add volume to the cheek area and the first hyaluronic acid filler to be clinically proven to last up to two years.

 

“This is the best solution to help restore contour and giving the patient a VolumaLift (“facelift”) without surgery,” said Dr. W. Y. Chung, Founder and Chief Medical Officer of the Vein and Skin Center of Hawaii and an Allergan Physician Trainer.  “It’s the ideal dermal filler because it is natural, results are immediate, and proven to last 24 months which outlives other dermal fillers. The typical dermal fillers only last about six to 12 months.”

 

Large fence blocks entrance to Mariner's Ridge trail

HAWAII KAI, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow)- Another fence has gone up at an Oahu hiking hotspot. This one is blocking the popular Mariner's Ridge trail in Hawaii Kai.

The fence went up Thursday and painted Friday, but just because the trail is now blocked doesn't mean it won't be used.

Hikers who drove to the Mariner's Ridge hike saw an addition to the landscape. It's a seven foot fence at the start of the property line.

"It's a little sad. I like to hike there but I know a lot of people have gotten hurt," said Christina Gobert, hiker from Makiki.

Hurt and killed. A man died on the trail in June. There have also been numerous complaints of erosion. People who live in the neighborhood say people leave trash and dog poop, picnic in yards and smoke pot and drink in front of the homes.