Announcements: July 28, 2021

Kona Mauka Rotary and Food Basket run canned food drive

Kona Mauka Rotary will be participating in a canned food drive with The Food Basket from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday. They will be accepting canned food and monetary donations at Randy’s Huli Chicken and Ribs in Kealakekua. As this is a drive-through event, donors are asked to stay in their vehicles.

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Hawaii SBDC: Use video to attract new customers

Video is one of the most powerful tools that small businesses can use to reach more customers and inspire them to purchase. Whether you’re thinking about making your first DIY video, or cranking out your 20th video, there are creative styles, techniques and best practices that anyone can learn to create more compelling content.

Presenting “Create You Tube Videos That Attract New Customers,” 9-10:30 a.m. on July 29, a special creative workshop hosted by You Tube and Grow with Google. Review a few different styles, hear from a few experts, and get started on the way to shooting an engaging video to beautifully showcase your product, your business, and even you!

Sign up for this free webinar today at http://go.hawaii.edu/j8P.

Transportation Toastmasters Club launches youth leadership program

Transportation Toastmasters Club will be coordinating the launch of a Toastmasters Youth Leadership Program (YLP) via Zoom at 3 p.m. Sept. 5. The 90-minute meetings will be held on eight consecutive Sunday afternoons, concluding on Oct. 24.

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The club members hope that the YLP will provide high school students with additional opportunities to learn and practice public speaking, presentation, and leadership skills. There is no cost to participate.

Info and registration: Lynn Araki-Regan, transportationtoastmasters@gmail.com or (808) 280-1299.

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