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Hawaii on the Hill

ALOHA!- Colette Masunaga prepares to greet attendees at the the Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce and County of Hawaii product table at the “Taste of Hawaii” reception on Capitol Hill.

AfterHours New Members

WELCOME NEW MEMBERS! - From left: Rick Vollstedt of Liberty Home Equity Solutions, David Trujillo of Berkey Water Hawaii, Patrick Mitchell and Rena Grimaldo of Patricio’s Mexican Taqueria, Kim Mosher of Hawaii’s Top Repair and Patrick McLain of Five Diamond Private Car Service. Photo by Pam Latinis.

Governor & LG Forum

FACE OFF - Steve Petranik, Editor of Hawaii Business magazine (center) poses questions to Governor Neil Abercrombie (left) and Senator David Ige (right) at the KKCC candidate forum. Photo by Fern Gavelek.

Keiki Drive

DONATIONS SUPPORT KEIKI - Volunteers Gabby and son Davey, Troy Gent, Libby Kelson-Fulcher, Pam and Frank Latinis and granddaughters Samantha and Sara collect school supplies for the Support the Keiki school drive at Kmart. Photo by Fern Gavelek.

AfterHours Hosts

AFTERHOURS HOSTS—From left: University of Hawai’i Center-West Hawai‘i Director Dr. Marty Fletcher with Norm Stuard and Roger Harris of Palamanui Global Holdings. Photo by Fern Gavelek.

Chamber News
  • KKCC Participates in First-Ever Hawaii on the Hill Initiative

    KKCC Participates in First-Ever Hawaii on the Hill Initiative

    The Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce participated in the first-ever Hawaii on the Hill initiative July 22 and 23 at the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C.

  • Abercrombie, Ige Debate Local Issues at KKCC Forum

    Abercrombie, Ige Debate Local Issues at KKCC Forum

    The candidates participated in an evening forum hosted by the Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce on July 29 at the Kealakehe High School cafeteria that drew a crowd of about 130 interested citizens.

  • West Hawaii House and Senate Candidates Tout their Abilities at Forum

    West Hawaii House and Senate Candidates Tout their Abilities at Forum

    House and Senate incumbents reminded the audience at the July 22 forum of the close to $270 million in appropriations they’ve been able to bring back to West Hawaii in the last two years, while challengers shared their philosophies and reasons why they would do a better job.

  • It’s Time to Vote!

    It’s Time to Vote!

    Voting is a right and a privilege. I encourage each of you to exercise that right in this Primary Election as it may well determine several of the races. If you are planning to wait until the General Election in November, your candidate may no longer be on the ballot.

  • KKCC Launches New Member Incentive Program

    KKCC Launches New Member Incentive Program

    To enhance, strengthen and broaden our membership activities, the Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce has established an objective of recruiting at least six new members each month for this fiscal year.

  • Chamber Welcomes Jessica Kahai to Office Staff

    Chamber Welcomes Jessica Kahai to Office Staff

    The Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce is pleased to welcome Jessica Kahai to the Chamber staff ohana.

  • Keiki to Benefit from Annual School Supply Drive

    Keiki to Benefit from Annual School Supply Drive

    On July 26 volunteers from the Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce (KKCC) teamed up with Hawai`i Island United Way and KAPA Hawaiian FM to collect school supplies for Hawai`i Island keiki at the entrance of the Kailua-Kona Kmart.

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