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Hawai'i Health Connector #ConnectHI Pop-up Shop

This February, individuals, families and small businesses can learn if they may be eligible for high quality, affordable health insurance at Hawai'i Health Connector pop-up shops throughout Oahu. February 15th marks the end of open enrollment and the last chance that individuals will have to sign up for coverage beginning in 2015.

The #ConnectHI pop-up shops are designed to help people who need affordable health insurance learn about the Hawai'i Health Connector, a health insurance marketplace where they can shop, compare and choose from a variety of health insurance plans to find the one that best suits their needs.

Open enrollment runs through February 15, 2015. For more information about the Hawai'i Health Connector, visit www.hawaiihealthconnector.com or call 1-877-628-5076.

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Fill up your February with great events at Windward Mall

This month, Windward Mall gets ready to help shoppers kick their year into high gear. Usher in the Lunar New Year with a Chinese lion dance by Au Shaolin on Feb. 15 or watch your keiki light up with a Chinese New Year lantern craft activity at this month’s Kids World on Feb. 21. And music lovers won’t want to miss free concerts by Ron Artis on Feb. 16 and Taimane Gardner on Feb 28 – part of Windward Mall’s Concert in the Mall series, which runs throughout the year.

Windward Mall’s February activities include:

Monday – Sunday, February 2 – 15, Mall Hours: Aeropostale’s 7th Annual Teens for Jeans Event, Aeropostale

Unique Collaboration of Jazz Strings at Atherton Studio Feb. 21

Unique Collaboration of Jazz Strings at Atherton Studio Feb. 21

A founding member of the Hot Club of Hulaville, classically trained violinist Duane Padilla heads a trio of jazz masters, including Benny Chong (ʻukulele) and Byron Yasui (bass) at Hawaiʻi Public Radio’s Atherton Studio on Saturday, February 21st. Together they explore what might happen if French jazz violinist Stephane Grapelli and American violinist Stuff Smith accidentally met in a Waikīkī night club and were asked to jam "island style." The concert will also preview music and talk story from Padilla's upcoming lecture "Jamming like Stuff and Steph" for the American String Teachers Association National Conference.

Honolulu HomeLoans Welcomes Jessica Rocho Nagatani, VP, Recruiting & Business Development

 Honolulu HomeLoans Welcomes Jessica Rocho Nagatani, VP, Recruiting & Business Development

Honolulu HomeLoans (HHL), Hawaii’s leading mortgage banker, today welcomed Jessica Rocho Nagatani to the team as Vice President of Recruiting and Business Development Manager. In her role, Rocho Nagatani will specialize in recruiting new and experienced loan originators, assist in developing training programs and on-boarding new, talented originators, as well as contributing to the growth of individual loan originators and the company as a whole.  

“We are incredibly excited about Jessica joining HHL and with her over 10 years of mortgage sales experience we feel confident that she will be very successful in her role as our VP of recruiting and business development with our company,” said HHL President Anders Hostelley.

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McDonald’s® Shares Lovin’ With Hawaii Customers

Some lucky customers will be able to pay for their McDonald’s food or beverage with simple acts of Lovin’

HONOLULU – McDonald’s is now randomly accepting Lovin’ as a form of currency. Following the launch of McDonald’s “Pay with Lovin’” Super Bowl commercial, the company is bringing the concept to life at participating restaurants.

Hawaii Symphony Orchestra To Relaunch Educational Outreach Program

Hawaii Symphony Orchestra To Relaunch Educational Outreach Program

HONOLULU – The Hawaii Symphony Orchestra (HSO) will send 15 small ensembles of three to six musicians into local schools this February as a first step to relaunching its once-robust educational outreach program.

The HSO is now accepting requests for educational performances from local elementary, middle, high schools, colleges and retirement communities. The 15 small ensembles are available on Wednesday, Feb. 25 and Thursday, Feb. 26 for a total of 30 possible performances. All performances are at no cost to the host schools or retirement communities and are intended to educate and inspire.

RevoluSun Smart Home Debuts at BIA Homebuilding & Remodeling Show

RevoluSun Smart Home Debuts at BIA Homebuilding & Remodeling Show

 

RevoluSun, Hawaii’s leading solar provider, revealed new product offerings aimed at providing those committed to cleaner, smarter living a one-stop shop for advanced sustainable home technology at the BIA Homebuilding & Remodeling Expo held in late January. RevoluSun’s new location on Ward Ave is now a gathering place for eco-conscious homeowners, architects and residential developers to meet and collaborate, while those interested in solar also can learn more about the latest in photovoltaic solar options and financing. RevoluSun’s new “Smart Home” offerings, which BIA show attendees got to see at the booth include:

1.     Sun Bandit solar water heaters utilize innovative PV technology to deliver clean, reliable hot water by putting the abundant energy of the sun to work without utility oversight or approval. This product is eligible for PV tax credits.