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Community Event announceme​nt

Community Event announceme​nt

Information courtesy: Keller Williams Realty

WHAT IS RED DAY?

RED Day (Renew, Energize and Donate) is an initiative dedicated to celebrating Keller Williams Realty’s year-round commitment to improving our local communities. Each year, on the second Thursday in May, tens of thousands of associates from across the United States and Canada participate in a wide range of projects, devoting our time to renewing and energizing aspects of the neighborhoods in which we serve.

Recognizing her leadership in guiding the culture of our company, RED Day is held in honor of Mo Anderson, vice chairman of the board, Keller Williams Realty.

Our vision for this day is that all Keller Williams associates will actively engage in a coordinated effort to improve their local community.

Trinity Christian School Biathlon on May 12

Trinity Christian School Biathlon on May 12

The following information is provided by the City & County of Honolulu:

May 12, 2012 Saturday
6:00AM Starts
9:00AM Ends

TRINITY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL BIATHLON sponsored by Trinity Christian School. The event is expected to have 50 participants. Swim- 520 yards begins at the last posted lifeguard stand on the Kailua Beach Park on the Lanikai end.  A floating marker will be posted to make the turn to transition.  Run:  It will start at Kailua Beach Park, Lanikai end parking lot, to Aalapapa Dr., counterclockwise around Lanika Lp. bike path, to Mokulua Dr., to end at Kailua Beach Park.  Contact:  Bryan Wolfe or Mikie Fellezs 628-8967, Fax:  261-3916, E-mail:  mfellezs@tcskailua.net

Hawaii State Farm Fair Celebrates 50 Years of Showcasing the Best in Hawaii Agriculture and Farming

Hawaii State Farm Fair Celebrates 50 Years of Showcasing the Best in Hawaii Agriculture and Farming

Children and Full-time Students May Attend the Event on July 7 and 8 for Free

For the first time in its 50-year history, the Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation (HFBF) in partnership with Hawaii 4-H will hold its annual Hawaii State Farm Fair at Kualoa Ranch on the northeastern side of Oahu on July 7 and 8. The event will feature a wide array of activities, demonstrations, food samples, and workshops, and children and all full-time students will be allowed to attend for free.

“We are extremely excited to have found such an ideal location in partnership with Kualoa Ranch,” said Hawaii Farm Bureau Interim Executive Director Joy Gold. “As a family-owned enterprise that is also a 4,000-acre working cattle ranch, we feel that it meshes perfectly with our mission to create awareness of Hawaii’s agricultural and ranching industries.”

Kailua Intermedia​te School Band Invites Public to Free Aloha Concert

Kailua Intermedia​te School Band Invites Public to Free Aloha Concert

Information courtesy: Kailua Intermedia​te School

Kailua Intermediate School (KIS) Band invites the public to treat your mom on Mother’s Day to a free Aloha Concert performance on Sunday, May 13 at 4 p.m. for this final concert of the school year, the culmination of the hard work of KIS seventh and eighth-grade students.

What:              KIS Band Aloha Concert

When:             Sunday, May 13, 2012  

Time:              4:00 p.m.

Windward Mall celebrates Mother’s Day and Cinco De Mayo

Windward Mall celebrates Mother’s Day and Cinco De Mayo

Information courtesy: Becker Communications

WINDWARD MALL CELEBRATES MOTHER’S DAY AND CINCO DE MAYO WITH FLOWERS, MUSIC AND BURRITOS

KĀNE’OHE BAY, HAWAI‘I – Music is in the air this May at Windward Mall. Enjoy special Mother’s Day performances, community choirs and be sure to support the efforts of Ke Kula Mele as they attempt to set the Guinness World Record for the largest steel guitar ensemble. Other highlights this month include a burrito eating competition of epic proportions to celebrate Cinco de Mayo and the birthday celebration of Ronald McDonald House. In addition, Windward Mall will also host a free disaster preparation course and pro-bono tax advice.

Windward Mall’s May events include:

Ukulele Club of Hawaii

Tuesday, May 1, 5:30 p.m.

Spring Concerts by the Windward Choral Society

Spring Concerts by the Windward Choral Society

Information courtesy: Windward Choral Society

1) Marine Corps Base Hawai‘i, Windward O‘ahu

Windward Choral Society Spring Concert

Windward Choral Society Spring Concert

Several members of the Windward Choral Society and the Big Island's Kona Music Society will be "cruising down the river" this summer with concert performances in several historic churches along the Danube River.

Our spring concert will include "river" songs from the British Isles, the Republic of Cameroon, Hawai'i, Israel, the Ukraine, and the USA.

The concert will end with a rousing choral, organ, and brass rendition of Gustav Holst's Jupiter Theme from The Planets.

Parking and concert are FREE and no tickets are required.  A free-will offering will be taken to offset the costs of the performance.

Special guests include the Windward Children's Chorus, and members of the Marine Forces Pacific Band.  Contact 808-261-9879 for more information.