National Park Service Petitions for Keauhou Aquifer Designation
DESIGNATION HAS CONSEQUENCES - Chamber takes a position against the NPS petition. See story for details.
August Brown Bag Briefing - Five Steps to Managing Your Online Presence for Business
SOCIAL MEDIA 101 - Julie Ziemelis, owner of Ziemelis Communications presented "Five Steps to Managing Your Online Presence for Business" in front of a full class at West Hawaii Civic Center.
Chamber Members Listed as Fastest Growing Companies by Pacific Business News
HIGH RANKING MEMBERS - Abbas Hassan and Brad Parker are all smiles after their company was ranked number 10 at Pacific Business News' 20th annual Hawaii's Fastest 50.
2014 Hawaii County Annual Business Outlook Forum
HAWAII ECONOMIC FORECAST - Register for First Hawaiian Bank's 40th Annual Business Outlook Forum Thursday, September 25 at the Waikoloa Marriott.
Welcome New Members to the Chamber ohana!
NEW KKCC MEMBERS—From left: Greg and Rebekah Kaufmann of Kohala Divers, Jillyn Dillion of Technology Aloha, Pablo Penaloza of Alaka‘i Academy, JR Fujimoto of Teach for America, John Rourk of Ohana Pest Control, and Robin Hill and Nicky Brockman of Nose for Adventure. Photo by Monika deVries
Mahalo to our August co-hosts Kona Brewing Company and Manini Holdings, LLC
AFTERHOURS HOSTS—Mattson Davis of Kona Brewing Company/Manini Holdings and Lisa Johnson of Manini Holdings at August AfterHours. Photo by Monika deVries.
As many of you are aware, in September of 2013, Kaloko-Honokōhau National Historical Park (NPS) petitioned the State Commission on Water Resource Management (Commission) to designate the Keauhou Aquifer of North Kona as a state Water Management Area for groundwater.
The Fall 2014 Semester began Monday, August 25, and we are looking forward to an exciting academic year. This is expected to be the last fall semester at our current site in Kealakekua, because we are scheduled to move to Hawai‘i Community College — Pālamanui in Kona in Fall 2015.
Kahalu‘u Bay Education Center, a partnership between The Kohala Center and the County of Hawai‘i to revive and revitalize Kahalu‘u Bay and Beach Park, relies on volunteers to educate visitors daily about how to enjoy the bay without harming its fragile corals, graceful turtles and colorful fish.
The state-of-the-art, 40,000-square-foot facility in north Kona offers a full-service pharmacy and vision center, the latest in diagnostic imaging with digital mammography and digital general radiology.
Paradise Helicopters is proud to have attained International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) accreditation, the highest standard for operational safety and professionalism in the aviation industry worldwide.