Readers Reach Deep For Japan

Don Chapman
By .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
May 25, 2011
| Share

Readers Reach Deep For Japan

Star-Advertiser president and publisher Dennis Francis (right) and Star-Advertiser senior vice president of sales and marketing Dave Kennedy present a check for $50,000 to Coralie Matayoshi, CEO of the American Red Cross Hawaii Chapter, for Japanese tsunami relief. All donations were submitted by Star-Advertiser readers and subscribers. “I want to thank the thousands of Star-Advertiser subscribers who gave so generously to help our friends in Japan,” says Francis.

A Memorial Groundbreaking

Hawaii Law Enforcement Memorial Foundation, dedicated to fallen officers killed in the line of duty, broke ground on Capitol District land May 16. The event kicked off last week’s Police Week. Pictured from left are Debbie Luna, Sidney Kayakawa, Kathy Kealoha, Kuuhaku Park, Joan Gribbin-Aiu, Tommy Aiu and Tommy Cayetano.

The Martial Art of Generosity

The Traditional Taekwondo Center of Honolulu raised $2,500 for the Hawaii Meth Project. Pictured are Jennifer Phakoom, program manager of the Hawaii Meth Project, and Sahbumnim David Ippen, international taekwondo master and fourth degree black belt of the Traditional Taekwondo Center of Honolulu. Photo courtesy of Hawaii Meth Project.

MidWeek's Hot Shots wants to recognize and salute accomplishments by Honolulu's outstanding individuals and groups.

Hot Shots photos feature a wide variety of people and events - an award winner, a scholarship winner, new officers of a civic club, a couple celebrating a significant anniversary with their family, a team championship, a groundbreaking, unveiling of a new work of art, dedication of a new building, a civic honor.

Please send your photos and announcements by mail to MidWeek Hot Shots
500 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 7-500 , Honolulu, HI 96813, or by e-mail to
E-mail this story | Print this page | Comments (0) | Archive | RSS Comments (0) |

Most Recent Comment(s):

Posting a comment on requires a free registration.



Auto Login

Forgot Password

Sign Up for MidWeek newsletter Times Supermarket



Hawaii Luxury

Tiare Asia and Alex Bing
were spotted at the Sugar Ray's Bar Lounge