Saturday, September 26, 2009
9:00am to 9:00pm
on the great lawn at Windward Community College
Coordinated by Windward Community College and the Kaneohe Business Group

Download our Entertainment Lineup(PDF)


Logo for Kaneohe Business GroupLogo for Windward Community College

E Pū Like Kākou

Let's Come Together as One

 

Picture of the Hoolaulea crowd

Sponsors

Logo for Ameron                 Logo for Hawaiian Electric

Logo for Castle Medical Center         Logo for the City and County of Honolulu         Logo for Kamehameha Schools

Logo for Bank of Hawaii       Logo for First Hawaiian Bank        Logo for Central Pacific Bank

Logo for Residential Resources         Logo for King Windward Nissan         Zippy's Logo

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Aloha,

We would like to invite you to join us in support of the 9th annual Windward Ho‘olaule‘a, one of the largest events for this part of O‘ahu, set for Saturday, September 26, 2009 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Windward Community College in Kaneohe.

This free festival, which attracts an estimated 15,000 people every year from all parts of the island, is a joint project of the Kaneohe Business Group and Windward CC. It offers a day of top island entertainment, food, crafts, keiki activities as well as a community celebration to showcase Windward O‘ahu businesses, community groups and educational opportunities such as those at Windward CC.   

This year our theme is E Pū Like Kākou (Let’s Come Together as One) to reflect our spirit of pulling together as a community, even in tough times. For the first time. we plan to sponsor a job fair as part of the event to connect employers and potential employees.   Windward CC is also sponsoring a silent auction to raise funds to benefit students and programs. A portion of the proceeds from the Ho‘olaule‘a will go toward expanded scholarships for needy students offered through KBG.  It is intended that the remaining portion will be set aside as “seed money” for the following year’s event.

Community and corporate sponsors are critical to helping us cover the infrastructure and logistical costs needed to put on such a huge event. We are in the process of widening our appeal to businesses and would appreciate any support you could provide. On the enclosed sheet, you can see the various levels of sponsorship available and the related benefits to your company.  Your company logo will be placed on our printed material including, but not limited to, our advertisements in the daily newspaper, our posters and the Ho`olaule`a web page, http://windward.hawaii.edu/hoolaulea.

The email address for logo submission is libby@hawaii.edu. The deadline for submission is August 10, 2009.  Mahalo nui loa for your kind consideration.  Please call Sandy at 265-2016 or Libby at 235-7396 if you have questions or need more information.

Download the Introductory Letter (PDF)

Download the Sponsorship Form (PDF)


The Windward Ho‘olaule‘a is asking for Corporate and Individual Sponsorship to help with expenses for this community event. There are five levels of sponsorship offered:

Flagship Sponsor - $5000

  • Top billing on all advertising and sponsor mention in radio spots.
  • Stage banners
  • Plus community sponsor benefits (see below)
  • Four VIP parking at event

Community Sponsor - $1500 to $4000
This sponsorship will include:

  • 10’ x 10’ covered booth space to use for your own company promotion. Bring your own tables and chairs.
  • Company name and logo recognition in all advertising and collateral material. Deadline for space and artwork is by Aug. 10, 2009. Please provide jpg or eps files of logo in black and white and/or color.
  • 2 VIP parking at the event.

Event Sponsor - $500 to $1499
This sponsorship will include:

  • Company name and logo recognition in all advertising and collateral material. Deadline for space and artwork is by Aug. 10, 2009. Please provide jpg or eps files of logo in black and white and/or color.
  • 2 VIP parking at the event

Friend of the Community Sponsor - $100 to $400

 

 

Silent Auction

Picture of the Silent Auction roomWe're excited to have so many wonderful items for sale at the Silent Auction this year. Please visit us between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. to bid on a beautifully handcrafted ukulele made especially for the Windward Ho'olaule'a by Kamaka Hawai'i. Great Christmas gifts including a surfboard shaped by Shane Rueber, handcrafted quilts made by Don Frost and students from WCC Body & Sew; many handmade lei and pottery from the kilns at WCC. Artwork galore and the highly prized bonsai from Master Walter Liew. Having a party? Get $500 off music and DJ entertainment from Exquisite Entertainment. A wide array of dining and entertainment gift certificates can be yours for the bidding. Bid closings at 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. Don't be left out of the fun!

Carla Rogers (crogers@hawaii.edu)
808-235-7387
Windward Community College Counselor and
2009 Silent Auction Chairperson


Thank you to our Donors

  • Alsco Linen
  • AngelHale - Vendor
  • Bead It
  • Beauty by Wanda
  • Bernadette Howard
  • Besos Creations - Vendor
  • Betty Oshima
  • Bishop Museum
  • Botanicals Hawaii (Teri Inouye)
  • Callie Tyau
  • Carla Rogers
  • Clayton Akatsuka
  • Clifford Togo

Surf Board

  • Creations by Tua
  • Christine Akiona
  • Diamond Head Theater
  • Diane DeCorte Designs - Vendor
  • Domo Japanese Restaurant
  • Don Frost and the Body & Sew students
  • Down to Earth
  • Elaine Manuel
  • Emi Troeger
  • Enterprise RentaCar
  • Estrella's Touch - Vendor
  • Eve Dameron
  • Exquisite Entertainment
  • Geri Imai
  • Gerri Kabei
  • Global Village
  • Glo-Putt Mini Golf
  • God's Promises - vendor
  • Haiku Veterinary Clinic
  • Hair in Action
  • Hardware Hawaii

Picture of Items for auction

  • Hawaii Opera Theater
  • Hawaii Prince Golf Club
  • Hawaiian Metal Works - Vendor
  • Honolulu Theatre for Youth
  • Honolulu Zoo
  • I M Loved - Vendor
  • Inga White
  • Jacqueline Maly
  • Jane Uyetake
  • Juanita Hokoana
  • Ka La Ku Hawaii
  • Kamaka Ukulele
  • Kaneohe Bay Cruises
  • Kapulani Landgraf
  • KC Collins Lilly
  • Kin Wah Chop Suey
  • Kualoa Ranch
  • Lanikai Bath & Body
  • Libby Young
  • Lui Hokoana
  • Lynn Tamashiro

Quilt from the 2008 Silent Auction

  • Margaret Coberly
  • Mark Hamasaki
  • Merimed Foundation
  • Mike & Bobbie Morelli
  • Mountain Apple Company
  • New Beginnings Enterprise - Vendor
  • No Fear
  • Once in a Blue Moon - Vendor
  • One Seven Designs - Vendor
  • Paepae O He'eia
  • Paliku Theatre
  • Papa John's Pizza
  • Patrick Santos
  • Paul Brown Salon & Spa
  • Paul Nash
  • Pictures of Hawaii - Vendor
  • Plants and String - Vendor
  • Poi Dogs in Paradise - Vendor
  • Prementive Maintenance Services
  • Regina Jones

Ukulele

  • Renee Arakaki
  • Ryan Perreira
  • Sandy Kurosaki
  • Sarah Hodell
  • Schrader's Windward Country Inn
  • Sea Life Park
  • Silk Hair Strands - Vendor
  • Sunshine Arts
  • Tamura's Fine Wines
  • Territorial Savings Bank
  • Toni Martin
  • Triple P
  • Tropical Ocean Sports Hawaii
  • Turtle Bay Resort
  • University of Hawaii Press
  • Wahine Toa Design - vendor
  • Waikiki Aquarium
  • WickerWorks - Windward Mall
  • Windward Arts Council
  • Windward CC Bookstore
  • Windward Community Credit Union
  • Winterberry Jewelry - Vendor
  • Zia's Café

Pictures of items for auction

 

 

Campus Displays and Activities

  • Upward Bound/TRiO
  • Education Talent Search
  • Student Support Services
  • Ke Kumu Pali
  • University Partners
  • MOP/PaCES - Gyotaku fish printing
  • Vet Assisting
  • Language Arts
  • Drama
  • CNA - First Aid/CPR
  • FAMCO
  • Psych-Soc program
  • Botany - Orchid/herbal leaf sal - keiki orchid demos 11:00-noon
  • Raku/ceramics
  • Math/Business - Ken-Ken math game for keikis (and adults)
  • Chemistry
  • Phi Theta Kappa - face-painting
  • Imaginarium/CAE Open House
  • Gallery Iolani - Atelier exhibit
  • Culinary Arts - Food booth next to cafeteria
  • Used Book sale
  • White Elephant sale

 

 

Entertainment Schedule

10:15 Na Kupuna O Ko‘olau

11:15 Pila Nahenahe

12:15 Mailani

1:15 Hawai‘i Loa

2:15 Kupa‘aina

3:15 Kupaoa

4:15 Halau Hula ‘O Napunaheleonapua

5:15 Holunape

6:15 West Side Story/Hawaii Music Institute

7:15 Brother Noland

8:15 Ledward Kaapana

 

Ledward Kaapana

Ledward Kaapana

Brother Noland

Brother Noland

Holunape

Holunape

Kupaoa

Kupaoa

Mailani

Mailani

 

 

 

 

Food Vendors

Forms:

Contact:

Gus Cobb‐Adams
Windward Community College
45-720 Keaahala Rd.,
Kaneohe HI 96744
phone: 235‐7385
email: gusca@hawaii.edu


List

  • forthcoming

 

Picture of ukulelesArts and Crafts

Vendor Agreement Form (PDF)

Vendor Application Form (PDF)


Participants

  • Angela Pahia
  • Annette Hashimoto
  • Arlina Wong
  • Brian Panee
  • Carlton Hussey
  • Charles Gumpac
  • Chrissy  Okamura
  • Cindy Kuhlman Low
  • Colleen Shishido
  • Dallas Carter
  • Dana Rickard
  • Daniel Kagehiro
  • Deborah Yau
  • Diane/Dwayne DeCorte
  • Eileen Bailey Marchan
  • Enrick, Jr. Ortiz
  • Estrella  Roznerski
  • Eugene Kia
  • Flo Cabanilla
  • HECO
  • Henry Arii
  • Imelda Hills
  • Ivonne Machado
  • Jeanne Larsen
  • Jeanne Nagatani
  • Jeff Oshiro
  • Jennifer Garrison
  • Julie Perry
  • Katie Kaaihue
  • Kehau Fergerstrom

 

 

 

  • Keith Timson
  • Kimberly Langley
  • Leilani Bumanglag
  • Lotoata Karnuth
  • Manuel Gomez
  • Mara Marin
  • Maria Snyder
  • Marvin Malczon
  • Michelle Smith
  • Nadine Pang-Kee
  • Nancy McDonald
  • Neil Phan
  • Nilma Hunter
  • Nita Pilago
  • Nyah Keunkham
  • OHA
  • Pax Pelletier
  • Sami Fevaleaki
  • Serena Lee
  • Sharon Maxilom
  • Steven Springel
  • Susan Ildefeonso
  • Tanya Maiava Ochoa
  • Tolone "Tony" Thairathom
  • Valentia Haberman
  • Veronica Ford

 


Contact:

Lance Uyeda
phone: 236-9229
email: lkuyeda@hawaii.edu

or

Judy Oliveira, chair
Phone: 235‐7480
email: judyanno@hawaii.edu


Craft Vendors

  • list is forthcoming
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KBG Trade Show

Members of the Kaneohe Business Group will be at their KBG Trade Show tent during the Windward Ho‘olaule‘a  to provide information about their companies, organizations and services.

Please stop by to meet them and learn more about what they have to offer.  The schedule is:

9:00 - 11:00 a.m.

  • Jo Brooks (Coldwell Banker Pacific)
  • Herb Lee (Pacific American Foundation)
  • Laurie Moriwaki (Rainbow Paint)

11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

  • Ned Busch (Mediation Hawaii)
  • Orlando Rivas (Territorial Savings Bank)
  • Dave Bello (Certified Financial Planner)

1:00 - 3:00 p.m.

  • Mary Renfer (Attorney, estate planning)
  • Linda Kuklinsky, CPA (L & M Consultants accounting/ tax services)
  • Laurie Rodriguez ( Little People Hawaii)

3:00 - 5:00 p.m.

  • Bryan Pearson (credit card processing/ATM sales/leasing)
  • May Nishijima (First Hawaiian Bank – Kaneohe)
  • Ikaika Hussey (Hawaii Independent publication)

5:00 - 7:00 p.m.

  • Chip Abbadessa (Kaneohe Family Chiropractic)
  • Cynthia Okazaki (Kaneohe Community Family Center)
  • Jahn-Peter Preis ( Preis & Associates Architects and Planners)

 

 

Non-Profit Organizations

Forms:

Contact:

Shirley Hasenyager
235 Kuuhoa Place
Kailua, Hawaii 96734‐2734

phone: 262‐5069
email: shirleyinhi@aol.com

Job Fair

  • 24 Hour Fitness
  • ABC Stores
  • AFLAC
  • Amway Global
  • Crazy Shirts
  • Department of Education
  • Federal Aviation Administration
  • Firestone Automotive
  • Hawaii Army National Guard
  • Hawaii Healing Arts College
  • Hawaiian Telecom
  • Kamehameha Schools
  • Kaplan Test Prep & Admissions
  • Keiki sitters
  • Macy's Inc.
  • Manpower
  • Marine Corps Community Service (MCCS)
  • Mary Kay Cosmetics
  • Melaleuca - The Wellness Company
  • Menehune Water
  • Mutual of Omaha
  • Papa Johns
  • Peace Corps
  • Sullivan Family of Companies
  • Taco Del Mar
  • University of Phoenix
  • Wackenhut Corporation
  • Wilson Homecare
  • World Financial Group

 

Job Fair Information and Application

Instructions: Select “GUEST” and click on “LOGIN” to go to the next screen

Then, click on the job Ho‘olaule‘a logo to access the fair information & application


For more information, contact

Michael Moser, Coordinator
Career & Workforce Development
Windward Community College
45-720 Kea'ahala Rd
Kaneohe, HI 96744
mobile: 386-3602
fax: 844-2342