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KIA Networking Event
The second and last KIA Networking Event for the year will be held Wednesday, October 28th from 11:30am in the Cupola Events Room on the second floor of the Honolulu Design Center, located at 1250 Kapiolani Blvd. Validated parking entrance is from Piikoi or Pensacola streets. This event is FREE to KIA members only. Attendees may bring their own lunch, or the Stage Restaurant will take orders from a preset menu of either (1) Bubu Arare Salmon Salad, (2) Kalbi Chicken Sandwich, or (3) Stage Burger. Cost is $20 even, payable on October 28th with cash or charge.
All attendees will do a presentation of their company, distribute business cards, flyers, etc. and then make referrals, if any. There will also be time after the meeting to visit with each other.
RSVPs are needed by Monday, October 26th, by emailing Sherry Goya, KIA Executive Director at email@example.com or calling 808-722-8487. Information needed: Name of attendee(s) and company, and menu item if desired.
The UH John A. Burns School of Medicine’s former dean, Dr. Cadman, passed away on September 24th, at the age of 70, surrounded by his family in Oregon. He arrived in Hawaii in 1999 and stepped down as dean in 2005 after learning that he suffered from Primary Progressive Aphasia, a rare degenerative condition that robs those it strikes of the ability to articulate thoughts in speech or writing. Dr. Cadman retired on October 31, 2009. JABSOM has been a KIA member because of his support and KIA extends their condolences.
Howard Hughes Corporation’s Ward Warehouse has a Farmers Market every Saturday from 8am to 12noon in the front parking lot facing Auahi Street. There are many vendors with food, drink, crafts, etc. PLUS a live band.
Fisher Hawaii will close it’s Cooke Street store on October 18th, but open in a new location on the 19th at 690 Pohukaina Street.
Have you visited the Children’s Discovery Center lately? There are some new attractions and games for the keiki. You will find a “Pet Clinic” in the first floor’s township and a “Connect Four” game. They were featured in the October/November 2015 Generations Magazine (page 14) in an article written by Sherry Goya, KIA Executive Director.
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