May Your Lei Day Be a Great Day!

April 30, 2019||Big Island: History and Culture

Lei Day celebrations will be taking place on Hawaii Island at Kalakaua Park in Hilo, Volcano Art Center and Keauhou Shopping Center.

February 6, 2017||Big Island: History and Culture

Peace Corps Training on Hawaii Island - A Chapter in Peace Corps History 

Between 1962 and 1971, over 7,000 young American Peace Corps volunteers spent time on the Big Island, which had been chosen as the training ground for volunteers assigned to Asia and the Pacific Islands. A heart-warming film about their experiences has recently been completed after 5 years in the making. Read More 


August 24, 2015||Big Island: History and Culture, Clark Realty Community Fund

Clark Realty Community Fund: Supporting the Chamber Orchestra of Kona 

Every spring Clark Realty selects a group of Hawaii Island nonprofit organizations as grant recipients of our Clark Realty Corporation Community Fund (CRCCF.) Created in 2005 as a component fund of the Hawaii Community Foundation, the mission of CRCCF is to support local programs that promote the arts, healthy lifestyles, environmental awareness, and lifelong learning for Big Island residents. This past May, six organizations across the island were selected from the many nominees we received from Clark agents. In the coming weeks we’ll introduce you to this year’s grantees, describing their various programs and the inspiring ways they are aiding others throughout our island community. We invite our friends, family, clients, and fellow community members to participate with us in supporting these worthwhile groups. Each organization selected as a CRCCF grantee is a program with a proven track record of providing substantial... Read More 

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February 26, 2015||Big Island: History and Culture

Hilo Commercial Real Estate: Historic Kaikodo Building For Sale 

Hilo's Kaikodo Building For Sale Originally designed to house the Big Island's first Masonic lodge, the Kaikodo Building on Keawe Street is a downtown Hilo landmark. Built in the Renaissance Revival style, the historic structure has three entrances from Keawe Street and an additional entrance to the 2nd and 3rd floors from Wainuenue Avenue. With two public parking lots in close proximity, this is a prime location for commercial use. Inside, the first floor has been extensively renovated and most recently housed a restaurant. Unique finishes that remain in the space include a gorgeous 19th century English bar and Italian Murano glass chandeliers. A bank vault is also located on the first floor, a legacy of Bishop Bank's tenancy. Upstairs, the 2nd and 3rd floors hold many surprises for the first time visitor. The former Temple room is a grand space, two full stories in height. Other rooms are suited to serve multiple purposes, including... Read More 

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