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Hawai‘i pacific health presents annual kids fest event promoting children’s health

 Hawai‘i pacific health presents annual kids fest event promoting children’s health
WHAT:                        “Kids Fest” is a free community health event designed to educate Hawaiʻi’s children and families on healthy active lifestyles, exercise and nutrition, and injury prevention. The event will offer interactive health and wellness activities, fun games, entertainment and snacks. Children ages 4-12 can enter to win a bicycle, helmet and other prizes. Admission to Bishop Museum is free for Hawai‘i residents and military families with valid ID on the day of Kids Fest.
 

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Kaiser Permanente Hawaii Remains One of the Highest Rated Health Plans in the Nation

The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) today announced that Kaiser Permanente Hawaii is ranked among the top 20 plans in the nation, making it the highest rated health plan in Hawaii. It is the seventh year in a row that Kaiser Permanente Hawaii commercial plan has been number one in the state and the tenth year it has received top marks for Medicare and Medicaid plans.

RevoluSun promotes Elana Kopelevich to Marketing Director

RevoluSun promotes Elana Kopelevich to Marketing Director

 

HONOLULUwww.RevoluSun.com – RevoluSun, Hawaii’s leading provider of residential solar systems, today announced it has promoted Elana Kopelevich to Marketing Director. Kopelevich joined RevoluSun in 2012 as Marketing Manager.

 

In her new role, Kopelevich will lead overall marketing strategy and oversee strategic communications, brand management, advertising and promotions, community outreach, customer programs, and event coordination.

 

Prior to RevoluSun, Kopelevich served as a Communications/Intranet Analyst for HawkTree International in Honolulu and Marketing Manager for ReR USA in Denver, Colorado.

Kopelevich is a graduate of the University of Colorado Denver, where she earned a bachelor of fine arts in animation and film. She is a member of  the University of Colorado Alumni Association, where she serves on the scholarship committee and volunteers with the Hawaiian Humane Society.

Atlas Insurance Appoints Three Assistant Vice Presidents in its Client Consulting Group

Atlas Insurance Appoints Three Assistant Vice Presidents in its Client Consulting Group

Atlas Insurance Agency, Inc., Hawaii’s largest locally owned and managed insurance agency, has announced the appointments of Mike Ayson, Sandy Ferreira and Dana Tokioka as Assistant Vice Presidents in it Client Consulting Group.

Michael Ayson has over 12 years of experience in the insurance industry and will continue to be responsible for servicing the company’s AOAO clients. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Finance from the University of Hawaii and is a member of the Financial Management Association.

Sandra Ferreira has nearly 20 years of experience in the insurance industry and will continue to be responsible for the development, sales and servicing of the company’s commercial clients. She holds a degree in Business from St. Pete Junior College in St. Petersburg, Florida.

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Servco to sell Raynor Overhead Doors Division Back to Former Owners

Servco to sell Raynor Overhead Doors Division Back to Former Owners

HONOLULU – servco.com – Servco Pacific Inc. (Servco) announced it is selling its Servco Raynor Overhead Doors, Inc. (Servco Raynor) division to Peter Eldridge and Mike Markley.  Eldridge and Markley were the former owners of Raynor Pacific Overhead Doors until it was acquired by Servco in 2005.  The sale is expected to be finalized in early 2015.

Servco Raynor Overhead Doors, Hawaii’s premier residential and commercial garage door specialist, will continue to do business under the Servco name and the business will remain in its current location in Mapunapuna until the sale has been finalized. Eldridge will serve as CEO and Markley as Secretary/Treasurer of the new company which hopes to hire most, if not all, of the 20 current employees.

Island Sole Hosts Three Fall Fashion Events at Ala Moana Center Store

Island Sole Hosts Three Fall Fashion Events at Ala Moana Center Store

Island Sole invites shoppers to get creative this weekend by adding some style to their slippers. Starting Friday, Sept. 12 the local footwear company will host three events at Island Sole Ala Moana Center, where customers can walk away with some stylish soles.

 

POW WOW Hawaii x OluKai – Promoting Lifestyle Through Art

Friday, Sept. 12 from 3-6 p.m.

POW WOW Hawaii and Olukai are teaming up with Island Sole to promote lifestyle through art. Local artists Matt and Roxie Ortiz will be in-store creating custom hand-painted designs on selected OluKai styles for purchase.

 

TOMS Style Your Sole

Saturday, Sept. 13 from 1-5 p.m.

Get creative for a cause! When you purchase a pair of TOMS at the event, a local artist will customize them just for you! Plus, for each pair you purchase, TOMS will give a pair of new shoes to a child in need.

 

Sacred Hearts Academy student Travels to Russia

Sacred Hearts Academy student  Travels to Russia

Sacred Hearts Academy senior Zoe Sprott spent seven weeks over the summer learning the Russian language in Kirov Russia.   

Zoe was awarded a merit-based scholarship by the National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y), in partnership with the U.S. Department of State, to study language and culture through immersion in a host country. 

Sprott, one of fifteen students from the United States, lived in a dormitory among Russian peers for three weeks and spent the rest of the summer living with a host family.  For five hours a day, Zoe and her American peers, who entered the country knowing very little of the language, attended classes taught by Russian teachers.  During the last week of their stay, the students traveled from Kirov to Moscow (a thirteen-hour train ride) and toured Russia’s capital city.