KGEFCU opens Kilauea Branch
KILAUEA — The only financial institution to offer Saturday hours on the North Shore (for now) opened its doors for business, Monday when the Kaua‘i Government Employees Federal Credit Union, Kilauea Branch unlocked its entry at the Ahuiman Shopping Center.
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Is it the Ahuiman or the Ahuimanu Shopping Center? C’mon TGI, Proofread your writing!
Ahuimanu is Hawaiian for “a gathering place for the people.” Thus far, it has become obvious that the center was built primarily for tourist traffic, NOT as a “gathering place” for the average resident of the Kilauea community. “Upscale does not benefit the average Joe”
The fact that this center was green-lit prior to a connector road being built from the highway near Anaina Hou to Lighthouse Road is a travesty. When the tourists return to Kauai, Koko Road to Lighthouse Road to the shopping center site will become a log jam for years to come.
Serve free fried chicken every day until the supply runs out.
Welcome to the neighborhood Monica, Chantal, Brandon, and others! You guys rock. Anaina Hou Community Park appreciates your support of the Social Awareness Fill Festival we were able to debut minutes before COVID hit. More importantly, I’ve heard so many stories of how you guys take care of community families. Keep up the good work!