NEW! THE SAVVY BUSINESS WOMAN – Strictly BUSINESS Special Event
WHEN: Thursday, Oct. 20, from 6 to 9 pm
WHERE: Chaminade University, Clarence T.C. Ching Conference Center
WHAT: Philanthropy and the Importance of Giving Back−How Being Philanthropic Can Lead to Greater Results Personally, Professionally, and for Your Business: From serving on a board and cause marketing, to running fundraising events, non-profit partnerships and more
INCLUDES: Networking Reception at 6pm; Panel Discussion at 6:45pm;Closing Reception and Meet & Greet with Panelists 8:45pm
WHO: Open to all, event is presented by Social Wahines & PBN; sponsored by ONESOURCE & Chaminade and features panelists Chenoa Farnsworth, Hawaii Angels’ managing director; Tiare Noelani Cowan; Archipelago Hawaii’s president; Maegan Brandt, Insurance Solutions LLC’s executive administrator; and Jonelle Rezantes, Hagadone Printing Co. sales’ vice president; plus Angela Keen, Straub Clinic & Hospital’s manager of Physician Services & Recruitment, as moderator.
Admission: $55 Presale Tickets: $35: Members | $45: Non-members
Purchase tickets at: www.philanthropyinhawaii.eventbrite.com
CHAMINADE CONTACT: email@example.com or 440-4259
NEW! THE LEGACY AND FUTURE: WOMEN AND SPIRITUALITY– PANEL DISCUSSION
WHEN: Saturday, Oct. 29, from 1 to 4 p.m.
WHERE: St. Anthony Retreat Center, Bishop Libert Hall, at 3351 Kalihi Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96819
WHAT: Chaminade University’s Rev. Fujitani – Bukkyo Dendo Kyokai (BDK) Interfaith Program will offer a special panel discussion titled The Legacy and Future: Women and Spirituality, as part of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors Pacific Region Fall Conference 2011 (Oct. 28-30).
WHO: Panelists from various religious perspectives and professional views, providing inter-religious and cross-cultural viewpoints include Azeema Faizunnisa (Muslim), Jolene Gerell (Christian), Mollie Sperry (Baha’i), Alice Tucker (Jewish), Noelani Wilcox (Native Hawaiian), Debbie Hippolite Wright (Mormon) and Jan Youth (Buddhist)
COST: free and open to the public CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org or 735-4822
NEW! HALLOWEEN PARADE
WHEN: Monday, Oct. 31, from 10 to 11 am
WHAT: The littlest students of Chaminade, from L. Robert Allen Montessori Center, will be doing their annual Halloween parade around campus. Don’t be frightened when they come knocking on your door. They will be stopping by some of the offices. Sorry, but these little creatures will not be able to visit the whole campus.
WHERE: Ching Hall, Henry Hall, Sullivan Library and Brogan Hall.
CONTACT: Call x4875 or email email@example.com