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Historic Ala Moana Pumping Station
The Pacific Business News is a KIA member who has an event that hits close to home - KAKAAKO. There will be a panel discussion on Thursday, June 14th from 3pm to 6pm at Dave & Busters to discuss the growing business community in Kakaako. Click here for information on the panelists, as well as discussion items and how to register.
For the month of Logo's Bookstore is offering the Caregiver’s Notebook – a spiral-bound hardcover resource for caregivers (children, parents, professional caregivers) at 40% off from the regular price of $24.99. Each section is tabbed – basic information, medical, medications, legal documents, insurance, calendar, contact information for resources, bible reading plan, and prayer guides. Logo's is located at 760 Halekauwila Street and can be reached at 596-8890.
KIA Invitational Golf Tournament
Plans are being finalized for the Wednesday, June 27th KIA Invitational Golf Tournament to be held at the Pearl Country Club, which will support the Children's Discovery Center in Kakaako. Teams of three golfers will have lunch from 11am, a Shotgun Start at 12noon, and dinner with awards to follow. KIA members Kaiser Permanente will be sponsoring a golf cart filled with drinks and snacks throughout the day; and Redmont Group will sponsor a tent with "spirits" and other goodies.
There is still time to sign up for a team. As in the past, the tournament will have Hole-in-One opportunities for a Cutter Ford vehicle, $10,000 cash, and other prizes, as well as On-and-Off raffles.
The Children's Discovery Center truly appreciates the support of the Kakaako Improvement Association Board, its members and business partners.
KIA General Membership Meeting
Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2018
Dave & Buster’s
The second, and last KIA General Membership Meeting for 2018, will be held on Wednesday, August 29th from 11:30am at Dave & Buster's. Presentations will be from the Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) Project, presented by the Community Health Outreach Work (CHOW), and the Hawaii Healthcare Hui (H4) Medical Triage Clinic, presented by Queen's Medical Hospital. With the new Executive Director of the Hawaii Community Development Authority being approved soon, the KIA Board hopes he will also give an update. If there are any other concerns, items of interest or suggestions for added speakers, please contact Sherry Goya, KIA Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 722-8487.
Since 1964, the Neal S. Blaisdell Center has served our community as the preeminent venue for cultural, entertainment, and civic events. The City and County of Honolulu has recently published the Blaisdell Center Master Plan, which lays out a vision for renewal of the campus for the next 50+ years. Click here to view plan (large file - 47MB).