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Networking Event - April 13th
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You're Invited To A Special Networking Event
Courtesy of the NHCC Business Mentoring Program and OHA

Date: Thursday, April 13
Time: 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.
Location: Pacific Club, 1451 Queen Emma Street (corner of Vineyard and Queen Emma), Cleghorn President's Room

Program:

  • Learn all about the Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce's (NHCC) Business Mentoring Program and how it can help you and your business
  • Hear success stories and how you can become one
  • Meet Native Hawaiian business owners and business persons
  • Network with NHCC members and guests
  • Come have good fun and complimentary ono pupus

RSVP: Call today! Keala Monaco at 956-5092 or email kmonaco@hawaii.edu
Don't miss this great event to mix and make new friends!
This event is sponsored by the Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce and Office of Hawaiian Affairs.

Special Viewing of the Cook/Forster Collection
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Aloha Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce members!

You are invited to a special viewing of the Cook/Forster Collection of the Georg August University of Göttingen. This remarkable exhibition presents several hundred objects collected during the second and third Pacific Ocean voyages of Captain James Cook. The collection is famous among anthropologists but little known to the general public. The exhibition will include kapa and rare feather work from Hawai'i. Other objects in the collection that were collected by the Forster father and son team, such as fish hooks, tattoo combs, musical instruments, baskets, weapons, and clothing, will also be a part of the exhibit.

This exhibition represents one of the most comprehensive presentations of eighteenth century cultural objects from the Pacific. The purpose of the exhibition is to celebrate the brilliant cultural and spiritual lives of the indigenous peoples of the Pacific as they existed prior to the first contact with Westerners.

Mahalo to our sponsors: First Hawaiian Bank and Kimo Guequierre

Download invitation (Acrobat PDF - 1.1 MB)

RSVP by calling Kimo Guequierre at 540-4637 by Wednesday, March 8, 2006.

Location:
Honolulu Academy of Arts
900 South Beretania Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96814-1495
(Get directions)

Date / Time:

Wednesday, March 15, 2006 from 6pm-8pm

- Admission is free.
- Welcome and introduction by Honolulu Academy of Arts Director, Stephen Little.
- Free parking will be provided at the Academy Parking Lot behind the Linekona Art Center.
- Light refreshments to be served.

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Founded in 1974, the Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce strives to encourage and promote the interests of Native Hawaiians engaged in business and the professions. NHCC members participate in a variety of areas, including economic, social and public affairs.

NHCC's mission is to strengthen Native Hawaiian businesses and professions by building on the foundations of relationships, resources and Hawaiian values: Aloha, Malama, Ho'okipa, Laulima, 'Imi'ike, Lokomaika'i, Pono, Ho'omau, Ha'aha'a and Lokahi.

> About NHCC, our Mission and Values.

NHCC Christmas Party
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The Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce will hold Pa`ina Kalikimaka their annual Christmas Party mixer on Tuesday, December 20, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the President’s House on the Punahou School campus.

The evening will feature a special buffet, beverages and Christmas entertainment.

"We have had much success with our programs, events and business activities this year,” stated NHCC President Warren Asing. “We invite our members and other Native Hawaiian organizations to help us celebrate our accomplishments. It will be a great opportunity for all of us to learn more about each other and what we do,” said Asing.

Members are encouraged to bring a guest. There is no charge for NHCC members; the cost for guests is $20. For more information about the event, please call Kimo Guequierre, NHCC program committee chair, at 808.540.4637 or email jguequierre@watg.com . Checks can be made payable to NHCC and mailed to P.O. Box 597, Honolulu, Hawaii 96809. Reservations are encouraged by Tuesday, December 13.

Founded in 1974, the Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce strives to encourage and promote the interests of Native Hawaiians engaged in business and the professions. NHCC members participate in a variety of areas, including economic, social and public affairs.

NHCC’s mission is to strengthen Native Hawaiian businesses and professions by building on the foundations of relationships, resources and Hawaiian values: Aloha, Malama, Ho’okipa, Laulima, ‘Imi’ike, Lokomaika’i, Pono, Ho’omau, Ha’aha’a and Lokahi.

NHCC FALL KICK OFF MIXER!!
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Join Us As We Kick Off A New Year With Business Associates and Friends
As We Hold Our First Evening Mixer!

Meet the New NHCC Officers and Board Members!
Hear About the Upcoming NHCC Initiatives!
Visit Displays Showcasing Member and Non-Member Businesses!*
Network with Colleagues and Make New Connections!
Enjoy Great Food and Cool Beverages!
Win Cool Prizes!

When: Thursday, September 29th, 5:30 - 8:00p
Where: Sam Choy’s Breakfast, Lunch, and Crab
580 Nimitz Highway
Cost: Members $20.00 in advance $25.00 at the door
Guests $25.00 in advance $30.00 at the door
Contact: RSVP by calling Dirk Soma at (808) 520-8277.
Swearing in of BOD at Washington Place
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Here are some of the photos from the event, courtesy of Jackie Burke of the 'Oiwi Files.