Used dirty syringes have been found throughout the years by canoe paddlers. Two years ago, canoe paddler, Gino Dayton said that one of his own canoe paddlers stepped on a bloody syringe and was rushed to the E.R. Thankfully, she didn’t contract anything.
Dayton also said that last Monday a needle was on the shoreline and that his 1 year old almost picked it up. Officials from the Department of Health are looking further into this issue.
The Navy Facilities Engineering Command Hawaii will be holding a job fair on Tuesday, June 23 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m..
n addition to engineering positions, they are recruiting for A/C Mechanics, Architects, Carpenters, Electricians, Hazardous Waste Disposers, Operations Specialists, and various other professional, trade, and administrative positions.
The fair is open to the public and will be held at Moanalua Shopping Center Navy Service Cente
HCC just had their fall semester open house this past Wednesday, June 10th.
The schools staff did a great job helping set up the open house area and attracted many honks and waves as they signed waved on the outskirts of HCC’s campus.
Honolulu radio personality and promoter Tom Mofatt will be the keynote speaker at commencement ceremonies for Honolulu Community College, the school has announced. Mofatt for years has been the person bringing top name entertainers and productions to Hawaii. His list of includes everyone from Elvis Presley to Michael Jackson.
The 2015 commencement will be held on Friday, May 15, starting at 5:30 at the Waikiki Shell. More than 300 students are expected to receive their degrees and certificates in the ceremony. Gates open at 4:45 p.m.
Student speakers are Shirell Bell (Liberal Arts) and Shailanne Ah Loo (Fashion Technology). And the schoolʻs Native Hawaiian programs will be presenting a special chant at the ceremony.