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Since 1986, Keoki’s Par- adise has been a popu- lar spot loved by locals
DARIN TANN, general manager of Keoki’s Paradise
Keoki’s Paradise Is For The Community
Keoki’s Paradise’s general manager Darin Tann (middle) and T S Restaurants’ vice president of operations on O‘ahu and Kaua‘i Dylan Ching (right) attend a honeycreeper donation presentation at Bishop Museum with Vertebrate Zoology Collections manager Molly Hagemann (left). PHOTOS COURTESY BISHOP MUSEUM
and visitors alike. While we are known for our menu fea- turing the famous Hula Pie and fresh products sourced from local farmers, ranch- ers and fishermen, Keoki’s Paradise is more than just a restaurant. We’re a partner to the community, constantly finding ways to mālama ‘āina and perpetuate the culture and history of Hawai‘i.
eycreeper, completing Bish- op Museum’s collection of 59 Hawaiian honeycreeper sculptures carved by master craftsman Haruo Uchiyama. The collection will be used for exhibition and education, providing a unique and valu- able resource for all to learn about the remarkable story of Hawaiian avian evolution.
tures can also be transported to classrooms throughout the islands and are designed to be touched, making them an important tool for educating both sighted and visually im- paired students of all ages.
For example, Keoki’s Par- adise recently donated the funds needed to purchase a sculpture of a Kaua‘i hon-
The donation will allow the museum to provide vis- itors with continuous access to precise replicas of the var- ious honeycreepers without jeopardizing the museum’s collection of priceless, taxi- dermy specimens. The sculp-
With education and cul- ture driving everything we do, we recently launched a program that brings monthly presentations to the restau- rant, allowing guests to hear from various local conserva- tion-focused organizations about the important work they do to tackle different en- vironmental issues on Kaua‘i. Recent talks addressed pro-
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