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Hawaii’s Construction Boom Calls on ALTRES Staffing to Send the Best

HONOLULU — www.altres.com — Hawaii’s thriving construction industry and demand for experienced industrial workers has prompted ALTRES Staffing, Hawaii's largest and most-trusted staffing agency, to extend its newSaturday hours until August 23. ALTRES Staffing in Pearl City at 850-B Kamehameha Hwy. #162 will be open every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m in addition to its regular business hours. All four other ALTRES Staffing offices to resume regular business hours.

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Emergency Lahaina Aquatic Center Closure 7/29-7/31

WAILUKU, Maui, Hawai`i - The County of Maui, Department of Parks and Recreation, Aquatics Division announces the closure of the Lahaina Aquatic Center due to emergency repair to a major water line.

The facility will be closed from Tuesday, July 29th to Thursday July 31st.

Please contact Recreation Specialist, Duke Sevilla at 270-6135 if you have any questions.

Trash Route Not Picked Up – Kula Area

WAILUKU, Maui, Hawai`i – The County of Maui Solid Waste Division announced a missed route affecting the Kula service areas today due to a staffing shortage. 

 

Areas affected:   

  • Ainakua Road
  • Akea Place
  • Holopuni Road
  • Ka Drive
  • Kimo Drive
  • Kulalani Circle and Drive
  • Kulamanu Circle
  • Lower Kula Road
  • Mano Drive
  • Omaopio Road
  • Piliwale Road
  • Pulehu Road

and all surrounding streets

 

The missed pickup is expected to be made on Wednesday, July 30, 2014.

 

The Department apologizes for the inconvenience and appreciates the community's understanding and cooperation.

Hawaii’s Construction Boom Calls on ALTRES Staffing to Send the Best

Hawaii’s Construction Boom Calls on ALTRES Staffing to Send the Best

Pearl City location extends its new Saturday hours until August 23 HONOLULU — www.altres.com — Hawaii’s thriving construction industry and demand for experienced industrial workers has prompted ALTRES Staffing, Hawaii's largest and most-trusted staffing agency, to extend its new Saturday hours until August 23. ALTRES Staffing in Pearl City at 850-B Kamehameha Hwy. #162 will be open every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m in addition to its regular business hours. All four other ALTRES Staffing offices to resume regular business hours. “There is a surplus of jobs in the construction industry and our clients are in need of qualified industrial helpers at all levels. Because of the success of our Pearl City location’s Saturday hours, we’ve decided to extend through August 23,” said Shani Silva, industrial staffing division manager of ALTRES Staffing. “Now is the ideal time to either pick up a side job for extra income, or land that dream job you’ve always wanted.

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American Red Cross Volunteers needed! (Maui)

American Red Cross Volunteers needed! (Maui)

The Hawaii Red Cross is seeking volunteer instructors to teach our health and safety courses (i.e. first aid/CPR/AED, etc.).  More info below.  If interested, they need to go on redcross.org/hawaii and register as an Adult Volunteer. This is a great opportunity to gain experience in coaching, learn leadership skills, improve self-confidence and give back to the community.   

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First Insurance Charitable Foundation Donations Exceed $150,000 In First Half Of 2014

HONOLULU – The First Insurance Company of Hawaii (FICOH) Charitable Foundation donated more than $150,000 between January and June 2014 to 38 local nonprofit organizations, including the University of Hawaii Foundation, American Red Cross, American Diabetes Association, Honolulu Museum of Art, Sustain Hawaii and others.

“We are proud to support our local nonprofit organizations and do what we can to help strengthen Hawaii for future generations,” said Allen Uyeda, FICOH CEO, who is retiring at the end of July. “FICOH’s philosophy has always been to support Hawaii’s long-term social and economic future through community leadership, volunteer service, and charitable contributions.”

The 2014 donations to date total $150,315 and support a variety of nonprofits in Hawaii, including organizations focused on education, health and social services, and economic development.

Governor Releases $500,000 for New Lanai Community Health Center Facility

HONOLULU – Gov. Neil Abercrombie today announced the release of $500,000 in capital improvement grant funds to the Lanai Community Health Center (LCHC). Identified by the state Legislature, these funds will go toward the construction of a new facility to accommodate the island’s health care needs.

LCHC serves 1,190 patients, which is approximately 40 percent of the Lanai’s estimated population of 3,100 residents.