Eddie Flores, Jr. Caring for Generations

 
Caring for Generations Award
Eddie Flores, Jr.

President & CEO, L&L Hawaiian Barbecue
Friday, October 17, 2014
Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort

It is with great pleasure that we honor Eddie Flores, Jr. for his dedication to improving our community. His selfless commitment to helping others has made a difference in the lives of many people and families.  Throughout his career, Eddie has distinguished himself as a successful entrepreneur and business leader.  His vision extends beyond business to supporting the community with generosity and hard work. Eddie exemplifies the attributes we recognize with the Caring for Generations Award.

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Year of the Horse Special

 

2014 Year of the Horse

Good Luck Special!!

For Qualified Individuals

$196 per week includes

- Lunch & dinner, delivered Monday thru Friday

 - Bathing twice a week

 - Certified aides or companions Monday thru Friday.

 

Please call 748-7994 for more information.

Kevin Wu, RN

HiNOA Director

 


 

Shaolin Warriors

 

                   See the Exciting Shaolin Warriors!

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'Voice of the Masters'

Opening night benefit for Palolo Chinese Home

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Tickets are on sale now for any seat in the Hawaii Theatre

for only $39.00!

 $5 of each ticket will be donated to Palolo Chinese Home.

The Shaolin Warriors return to Honolulu for a full week of shows in this Year of the Dragon at The Hawaii Theatre, September 26 to 30. Tickets go on sale on Friday June 29 at 9am, at the Hawaii Theatre Box Office on Bethel Street, also charge by phone at 528-0506, and 24-hours through www.hawaiitheatre.com

The Shaolin Warriors are 22 Buddhist monks from Shaolin Temple in China’s Henan Province, with an amazing spectacle of high-flying martial arts and acrobatics. The masters' butt-kicking hand-to-hand combat and weaponry skills have mystified and excited lucky audiences across the world for the last ten years. This Honolulu engagement kicks off a 44-city US tour, and is the third time the masters will visit Hawaii, following sellout runs in 2002 and 2009.

Their 2012 show is called “Voices of the Masters”, and seeks to connect the balletic beauty and explosive strength of the modern Kung Fu monks with their historical teachers, demonstrating some of the training traditions that have lasted through the centuries.

Shaolin Warriors, Voices of the Masters is a full sensory theatrical experience; suitable for the whole family. As the Boston Globe said, the show is "...part action flick, part Cirque du Soleil." While graceful maneuvering is the yin of the evening, unbelievable stunts provide the yang.

Opening night at 7.30pm on Wednesday September 26 will be a benefit for the Palolo Chinese Home. All seats will be $35 and $5 from every ticket sold will be donated to the center for senior services in the heart of Palolo Valley. PCH has been redeveloping its campus and will soon open Kalakaua Gardens, a 17-story senior care facility with assisted living, skilled nursing and memory care beds.

The remaining shows are at 7.30pm Thursday September 27, 8pm Friday September 28 and Saturday September 29, with 2pm matinees on Saturday September 29 and Sunday September 30. Tickets are priced $60 / $50 / $40 / $30 (plus Hawaii Theatre booking fees) with $10 discounts for children under 18, college students, seniors and military. 

Shaolin Warriors is produced by Tim Bostock Productions. More information and past reviews are available at the show website, www.shaolinwarriorshawaii.com.

 


 

New Farm Hall

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Farm Hall Dedicated

A totally renovated and newly purposed Farm Hall was dedicated on May 23, 2013. Farm Hall now has two components: The Harry C. Wong Administrative Offices and the Alice Ching Goldsmith Community Center.

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Rev. Bill Crockett blesses the newly renovated Farm Hall Admin Offices and Alice Ching Goldsmith Community Center. Frank Farm, Grandson of Thz Fo Farm and State Attorney General David Louie untie the maile lei to officially open the Harry C. Wong Administration Offices.  Onlookers from the left are:  Gordon Au, Calvin Say, Darryl Ing and Darlene Nakayama.

Guests were greeted by speakers PCH Chairman and President Gordon Au, CEO Darryl Ing, Hawaii State Attorney General David Louie, State Representative and Speaker Emeritus Calvin Say and Frank Farm who represented the Farm family. Chaplain Bill Crockett performed the Blessing and Dedication and the traditional untying of maile took place at the entrances to the offices and the community center.

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                                  John Koki                             Shannaleitte Foreman

PCH Senior Day Care staff member John Koki provided music at the reception following the dedication as Shannaleitte Foreman entertained with graceful hula. Guests enjoyed refreshments in the Community Center, which is larger, modernized, bright and airy. The Center will continue to serve as the dining room for Care Home residents and the open space will accommodate large group activities and events.

Guests were also given tours of the Administrative Offices, new home for Chief Operating Officer Darlene Nakayama, Director of Nursing and other PCH administrative staff.

Among those in attendance was Frank Farm, grandson of PCH co-founder Thz Fo Farm for whom Farm Hall was named in 1957, accompanied by his cousin Toni Farm and daughter Jodee Farm. Harry C. Wong was represented by Robert Leong. Each of the individuals recognized in the naming of the facility have given generously in support of Palolo Chinese Home.

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From Left:  Robert Leong of Harry & Nee Wong Foundation, Peter Ng and Steve Gilley of Clarence T. C. Ching Foundation observe the blessing ceremony. From left:  Dept. of Permit & Planning Director, George Atta; PCH Board Members, Jimmy Young & Russell Lau, Attorney General David Louie & Frances Goo, PCH Immediate Past President.
   
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PCH staff Leinaala Pilares, Val Masumura, Darlene Nakayama and Brenda Kumabe pose with Nancy Walch.  

 


 

Kung Hee Fat Choy

                 Kung Hee Fat Choy!

 

The residents and staff of received their new year's blessing from Rev. Duane Pang on Sunday, February 19, an auspicious day for luck and happiness for Palolo Chinese Home.

 


 

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