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Pu’u Nani Farms, Kuaiwi Farm top scores sheets at Kona Coffee Cultural Festival

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Presented by Kamehameha Investment Corporation, event donates $1,000 to UH Culinary Kitchen Campaign

Sam Choy’s Keauhou Poke Contest results

Presented by Kamehameha Investment Corporation, event donates $1,000 to UH Culinary Kitchen Campaign

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A Tribute to Kamehameha III (March 16)

A Tribute to Kamehameha III (March 16)

WHEN: 10 a.m. Friday, March 16 WHERE: Kamehameha III Birth Site, Keauhou Bay In honor of the great alii, Kamehameha III (Lani Kauikeaouli), Kamehameha Investment Corporation presents a tribute to his legacy. The tribute begins Friday, March 16 with the commemoration of his birth presented by the Daughters of Hawaii, Royal Order of Kamehameha and […]

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Keauhou Bay clean up marks tsunami anniversary

Keauhou Bay clean up marks tsunami anniversary

Special to Hawaii 24/7 Kamehameha Investment Corporation teamed up with Keauhou Bay partners and community members to mark the one-year anniversary of the devastating Japan earthquake and the resulting tsunami that heavily damaged structures and deposited debris in and around Keauhou Bay with a clean up. More than 100 volunteers showed up to pitch in. […]

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Weekend of events honors Kamehameha III

Weekend of events honors Kamehameha III

MEDIA RELEASE Five monarchs ruled the Kingdom of Hawaii under the Kamehameha name. The first three had close ties to the lands of Keauhou: Kamehameha I and his two sons who succeeded him as Kamehameha II and Kamehameha III. Hawaii’s longest reigning monarch, Kamehameha III (Kauikeaouli) was born near Hookuku at Keauhou Bay and was […]

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Volunteers sought for Keauhou Bay clean up (March 10)

Volunteers sought for Keauhou Bay clean up (March 10)

MEDIA RELEASE Kamehameha Investment Corporation and Kamehameha Schools have teamed up with Keauhou Bay partners and community members to mark the one-year anniversary of the devastating Japan earthquake and the resulting tsunami that heavily damaged structures and deposited debris in and around Keauhou Bay. Where: Keauhou Canoe Club Hale When: 7-11 a.m. Saturday, March 10 […]

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