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Communications Pacific Promotes Three

Communications Pacific Promotes Three

Memminger, Lato and Young Recognized for Outstanding Contributions

 

HONOLULU – In recognition of outstanding work on behalf of their clients, Communications Pacific (CommPac), Hawaii’s leading integrated communications company, has made three key promotions.

Charley Memminger from senior writer to director of editorial services, a new position. 

David Lato from account supervisor to director.

Shere’e Young from account executive to senior account executive.

“We’re proud to announce these well-deserved promotions for Charley, David and Shere’e,” said Kitty Lagareta, CommPac chief executive officer. “These extremely talented individuals have a wealth of experience and outstanding results for our clients.”

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Vivaldi’s Four Seasons And Other Popular Classics In Hawaii Symphony Orchestra March Lineup

Vivaldi’s Four Seasons And Other Popular Classics In Hawaii Symphony Orchestra March Lineup

HONOLULU – The Hawaii Symphony Orchestra (HSO) will perform two Halekulani Masterworks concerts in March, featuring popular classics including Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, Rossini’s William Tell Overture, and Shostakovich’s famous Symphony No. 5.

The first concert, entitled “Vivaldi’s Four Seasons,” will take place Sunday, March 1, at 4 p.m. Chinese guest conductor Xian Zhang will lead the HSO in a program featuring Rossini’s Overture to William Tell, Vivaldi’s Four Seasons and Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 2, Little Russian. The Vivaldi concert will feature violin virtuoso Jennifer Koh, recognized for her intense and commanding performances. Miss Koh made her debut with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at age 11 and last performed with the Honolulu Symphony in 2007.

HPR Presents “An "An Evening with Doug Fitch and His Songs,” Atherton Studio Feb. 28

HPR Presents “An "An Evening with Doug Fitch and His Songs,” Atherton Studio Feb. 28

A concert of original songs by singer/songwriter Doug Fitch closes Hawaiʻi Public Radio’s winter season in the Atherton Studio on February 28. Fitch, a fixture on the Oʻahu music scene for 15 years, will be joined by accomplished bassist Milan Bertosa and special guest vocalist Sunway.

Special Olympics Hawai‘i Asks Residents to Chill Out

Special Olympics Hawai‘i Asks Residents to Chill Out

Plan for a visit from the Pineapple Express this March as temperatures and Special Olympics Hawai‘i supporters take a dip on Saturday, March 28, 2015. Registration is now open for this year’s Sixth Annual Polar Plunge sponsored by Aloha Air Cargo, which will raise funds for Special Olympics Hawai‘i. The event asks participants to raise a minimum of $100 by the day of the event to take the “Polar Plunge” and slide 80 feet down the island’s largest inflatable water slide into a pool of ice water. This year's event will take place at Waterfront Plaza on the lawn fronting Ala Moana Boulevard.

Plungers can register individually or as a team online at www.specialolympicshawaii.org/.

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The Plaza Club announces promotions; new hire

The Plaza Club announces promotions; new hire

HONOLULUwww.theplazaclub.com – The Plaza Club today announced changes to its management staff, promoting Randy Whiteford to Director of Food and Beverage from Executive Chef, Kelli Shintani to Director of Membership from Executive Assistant, and hiring Donna Arena as Catering Sales Manager.

 

As Director of Food and Beverage for Hawaii’s premier downtown business club, Randy Whiteford oversees all aspects of food and beverage at the club. This is in addition to developing and executing The Plaza Club’s innovative dining menu. He’s also responsible for training the culinary team and managing day-to-day kitchen operations.

 

Who will be the grand prize winner of Awareness Powered by Volta? It's time to vote!

Who will be the grand prize winner of Awareness Powered by Volta? It's time to vote!

 

HONOLULUwww.VoltaCharging.com – Volta Industries (Volta) encourages the public to vote starting today for the local community group they feel should win the grand prize in its corporate giving program, Awareness Powered by Volta. This community outreach program helps non-profit and community groups with building awareness by providing them with free advertising space worth thousands of dollars on Volta’s electric vehicle (EV) charging station kiosks.

 

The four semi-finalists in the 2015 Awareness Powered by Volta contest are:

  • American Red Cross – Hawaii State Chapter
  • Bishop Museum
  • Kamaaina Kids
  • MADD, Hawaii Chapter

 

Hawaiian Building Maintenance Promotes Damon Reyes of Ewa Beach to Director of Building Services

Hawaiian Building Maintenance Promotes Damon Reyes of Ewa Beach to Director of Building Services

 

Hawaiian Building Maintenance (HBM), the largest facilities maintenance provider in the state, has promoted Damon Reyes to Director of Building Services from Assistant Director of Retail Operations.

“With more than 280 client locations, it’s important that we have a strong director of building operations,” said Jarrett Walters, HBM Senior Vice President of Operations and Business Development. “Damon Reyes has proven to be a skillful communicator and hard-working leader,” he continued.

In his new position, Reyes will be responsible for the quality control, safety and general operations of all janitorial operations in the state.

Reyes joined the company in 2003 in the window cleaning department, then was promoted to an Account Manager, and oversaw the majority of HBM’s retail locations. He then was promoted to Assistant Director of Retail Operations.

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