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Historic Ala Moana Pumping Station
KIA Networking Event
It is time to make your RSVP for the Wednesday, April 25th KIA Networking Event, which will be held in the Restaurant Row conference room (near The Row Bar and next to Opal Fields) from 11:30am. Everyone will be making a presentation about their company, handing out information or business cards, and having an opportunity to meet fellow KIA members.
To save a seat at this, the first of two KIA Networking Events for 2018, please email Sherry Goya, KIA Executive Director at email@example.com with company and name(s) of attendees. Seating is limited but we should be able to bring in more chairs if needed. RSVP is required and deadline is Friday, April 20th.
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888 Kapiolani Blvd
Honolulu, HI 96813
P (808) 831-2543
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1189 Waimanu Street
Honolulu, HI 96814
P (808) 380-3111
F (808) 380-3110
Excitement at Waterfront Plaza
Waterfront Plaza (formerly known as Restaurant Row) will have a very busy month this April. KIA Board member Steve Sullivan of Shidler Pacific Advisors announced these events, along with the 7th Annual Kakaako Cleanup on Saturday, April 21st (flyer in last month's newsletter) which starts at Mother Waldron Park at 8am and ends at South Street by 11am.
Saturday, April 14th
9:00am to 1:00pm
Saturday, April 21st
Food Drive Day at the Waterfront Plaza Lawn
Saturday, April 28th
9th Annual Hospice Hawaii's Hotpursuit
Start Time 9:45am
(Click here to view flyer PDF)
For added information on any of these Waterfront Plaza events, call 532-4750 or email Steve Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
KIA Member News
A presentation was made at the KIA Generation Membership Meeting (30th Anniversary Event) by KIA member Servco Pacific Inc. last August. They are now excited to announce that, Hui Car Share will be launching in Honolulu this summer. Kakaako residents and businesses can enjoy all the benefits of driving a car without the cost or burden of owning one. Hui Car Share is powered by Toyota Connected and Servco Pacific. Vehicles will be affordable and easily accessible throughout Kakaako and the surrounding area for short-term usage providing another sustainable transportation option. A member of the Hui team will be at April's KIA networking event to share more information about Hui.
KIA is pleased to share the new data showing how the UH John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) ranks in education:
“Both the number of students who choose primary care specialties and the number who remain or return to treat patients in Hawaiʻi after completing their training are critical to stemming the growing shortage of physicians in our state,” said Dr. Jerris Hedges, JABSOM Dean.