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Historic Ala Moana Pumping Station
KIA Invitational Golf Tournament
The Children's Discovery Center will be the beneficiary of monies raised from this year's KIA Invitational Golf Tournament to be held on Wednesday, June 27th from 11:30am at the Pearl Country Club. A big MAHALO goes out to the Gold sponsors (as of this newsletter), who are City Mill, Howard Hughes Corporation and Kamehameha Schools.
Click here for the registration form for KIA members, their associates, friends, and family to participate in a day full of golf, fun, food, drinks, and prizes. Please forward the form to your golfing buddies today!
Down to Earth Organic & Natural plans a soft opening for its Kaka’ako location in mid-April and a Grand opening mid-May. They are currently hiring with starting pay ranging from $12-$16 per hour. For information visit downtoearth.org/jobs.
The Kaka'ako location will be a 13,000 square foot location on the ground floor of Keauhou Lane at the corner of Keawe St. and Pohukaina St., just a few blocks mauka side of SALT at Our Kaka’ako cultural center. “Our expansion will enable us to provide local, fresh, organic and natural products to residents in an under-served part of Honolulu,” says Mark Fergusson, Down to Earth CEO.
The new location will offer Down to Earth’s largest selection of deli foods, including take-home pizzas, wok fried Asian style bowls, vegetarian sushi, and an array of new salads, all made to order while you watch. There will be sweet potato fries and deep fried multi-colored vegetable chips to accompany items on the sandwich menu, cold pressed juice, and an extended selection of take home soups. The deli will include the company’s acclaimed hot table with delicious entrees and salad bar, fresh juices and smoothies, a great made-to-order sandwich menu, fresh grab-and-go options and a wide variety of tasty desserts made daily.
Save These Dates
Saturday, April 21st will be the 7th Annual Kaka’ako Community Cleanup, to be held in celebration of Earth Day 2018. This year’s event will focus on cleaning and sprucing up Mother Waldron Park, with additional cleanup efforts extended down both Mauka and Makai sides of Pohukaina/Auahi/Halekuwila Streets from Cooke Street to South Street and ending at Waterfront Plaza. This year’s event is being cosponsored by The Shidler Group, BOMA Hawaii and T.A.G. For more information or to volunteer at this event, please contact KIA Director Steve Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here for more information.
Kakaako Community Cleanup
April 21, 2018
Mother Waldron Park
KIA Networking Event
April 25, 2018
(next to Opal Fields)
KIA Networking Event, the first of two for 2018, will be held on Wednesday, April 25th from 11:30am at the Restaurant Row conference room (ground level, near The Row Bar by Tamura’s and next door to Opal Fields). This is a bring-your-own lunch event and is free to all KIA members. Everyone present will have an opportunity to talk about his/her business; then everyone will go around the room a second time to see if there are any referrals, questions, accolades, etc. RSVPs will be taken in April but just mark your calendar now.