Honolulu Copy recently printed booklet programs for the Jesus Guys Camp, May 4-6 held at Camp Homelani in Waialua.
Honolulu Copy is proud to print EDDM postcards for the Lighthouse Restaurant at Hawaii Kai Golf Course.
We encourage you to check out their specials!
Sunday Brunch – Every Sunday 9:00 am – 1:30 pm
Live Hawaiian Music – Every Friday Night 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Happy Hour Everyday 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Lighthouse Restaurant at Hawaii Kai Golf Course
LOCATION: 8902 Kalanianaole Highway, Honolulu, Hawaii 96825
TEL: (808) 395-2358 ext 219
Pacific Roller Derby is ready for Fall Madness – Are YOU? Two upcoming Events in October!
October 3, 2015 at Palama Settlement Gym – Doors open at 5:00 pm!
October 10, 2015 at the Hideaway Bar at USCG Air Station at Barber’s Point – Doors open at 3:00 pm!
Bring the whole family – Keiki 12 and under are Free! (RSVP to Pacific Roller Derby required for Non-Military Base Access.)
Honolulu Copy is proud to print flyers and programs for Pacific Roller Derby. Please give them your support – check out their facebook page for more details @ facebook.com/pacificrollerderby
Gregory House Programs just completed their annual 2015 Kahu Malama Annual Fundraiser.
This year’s event took place on September 12, 2015 at the Sheraton Waikiki Leahi Club Lounge; and the 2015 Kahu Malama Award Honoree is Nancy Kern.
Please visit their website www.gregoryhouse.org to support Gregory House Programs’ work to provide housing, food and case management services for persons and families impacted by HIV/AIDS in Hawaii.
Honolulu Copy provides Gregory House Programs with printing and design services for their Kahu Malama Annual Fundraiser advertisements, posters, flyers, programs and tickets.
We printed up the gift certificates for Foodland’s annual Share a Holiday Feast program. For the past 25 years, Foodland has run this terrific program allowing customers a simple way to donate and make the holidays special for individuals and families in need.
To participate in the program, simply tell your Foodland cashier that you would like to “Share a Holiday Feast.” Contributions may be made in the amount of $5, $10 or $20. Individuals and families identified by the Salvation Army, as those who might not otherwise enjoy a turkey dinner for the holidays, will receive Share a Holiday Feast gift certificates.
Club 100 was formed after World War II when the 100th Infantry Battalion soldiers returned to Hawaii. In April 1, 1946, the Club published its first newsletter called, the Puka Puka Parade. The newsletters have chronicled the lives of the veterans and the many Club activities that took place for over 65 years.
To learn more about the 100th Infantry Battalion and the crucial role they played in World War II and our history, visit their website 100thbattalion.org.