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• Reeve Weiner joins The Garden Island
• Hayworth is new Business Editor
• Food-safety class is set for Lihu‘e
• Waimea hosts first Kaua‘i boat show
• KONG secretary event is April 23
Reeve Weiner joins The Garden Island
Reeve Weiner has joined the staff of The Garden Island newspaper as advertising director, announced Publisher Shanna Pollard.
After earning her bachelor’s degree in English from Brooklyn College, this native New Yorker embarked upon a copy-writing job in advertising, which began an extensive career as a media professional over 20 years ago.
After strong media planning and national buying experience in both print and broadcast, she was invited to Hawai‘i by a major shopping center to develop and produce print advertising materials.
Over the past 12 years, Weiner has created major media opportunities for not only most of the major shopping centers in Hawai‘i, but for other national and local retailers, food accounts, and the state Department of Health. She most recently was media director of PCF Virtual Advertising in Honolulu.
She starts tomorrow, Monday, April 19, and may be reached at 245-3681 (ext. 239), or email@example.com.
Hayworth is new Business Editor
Phil Hayworth is joining The Garden Island as Business Editor.
Hayworth comes to Kaua‘i from Honolulu where he wrote as a correspondent for Pacific Business News, Honolulu magazine and other top O‘ahu publications.
Hayworth grew up in the Kane‘ohe area of Windward O‘ahu.
He is a U.S. Navy veteran and has written for daily newspapers in the Central Valley of California and in the South, as well as for travel industry publications. He earned a Masters degree in Communications from the University of Florida and is a graduate of the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo.
I can make complicated ideas simple and mundane events interesting. I’ve been published by the Associated Press, the Miami Herald, the USA Today and the Tampa Tribune, among others.
Food-safety class is set for Lihu‘e
Ed Fernandez of the Big Island brings another ServSafe food-safety certification class to Kaua‘i tomorrow, Monday, April 19, and Tuesday, April 20, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day, at the Kauai Veterans Center on Kapule Highway in Lihu‘e.
For more information, please call Fernandez, of SafeFood Solutions, at 1-808-640-6378.
Waimea hosts first Kaua‘i boat show
Waimea Plantation Cottages, managed by Aston Hotels & Resorts Hawaii, plays host to the island’s first-ever boat and fishing show, set for this Saturday and Sunday, April 24 and 25, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.
The event will take place on the lawn of the 27-acre property just off Kaumualii Highway, and will give residents and visitors access to the largest selection of boats ever assembled on the island.
New boats and motors and accessories will be on display, and used boats and equipment will be available for sale.
Admission is $1, with all proceeds going to the Hawaii Hotel Association Kaua‘i chapter Visitor Industry Charity Walk.
For more information, please call Paul Schow, 338-1625.
KONG secretary event is April 23
The 18th Annual Super Secretary Celebration, sponsored by KONG Radio Group, is planned for this Friday, April 23, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Kaua‘i Marriott Resort & Beach Club grand ballroom. A buffet lunch is offered, as well as stand-up comedy from Andy Bumatai and Augie T. In addition, there will be games, prizes and more. Please call the Marriott concierge desk, 246-5166, for more information.
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