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Valley Isle Community FCU opens in Wailuku at 69 North Market Street. Photo courtesy Valley Isle Community FCU

Valley Isle Community FCU is now open

The Valley Isle Community Federal Credit Union opened a branch in Wailuku at 69 North Market Street.

The new location will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. “Our new location will help us improve our ability to serve our community and continue our mission to help members live better lives every day,” said Isaac Pena-Parrilla, FCU Development Manager. “We are thrilled with this opportunity and honored to be part of the City of Wailuku’s economic revitalization plan.” For more information, visit www.vicfcu.org.

Chick-fil-A Kahului is looking for employees

Chick-fil-A Kahului is looking for over 100 part-time and full-time team members for its Kahului restaurant near Target.

From 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, candidates can stop by the restaurant to pick up an application and will have the opportunity to be interviewed on site.

“We are thrilled to welcome over 100 team members to Chick-fil-A Kahului, the very first Chick-fil-A on Maui,” said Sean Whaley, local franchise operator of Chick-fil-A Kahului. “We look forward to building a team focused on creating a welcoming environment for our customers and positively impacting the local community.”

The restaurants are offering their employees benefits as well as leadership opportunities, college scholarships and hands-on training and mentorship by the local restaurateur, according to an announcement.

Interested candidates can also visit workstream.us/j/mg_partners_inc_chickfila.

Lahaina Theater Shows Surf Movies

The newly refurbished Regency Theaters Wharf cinemas will bring classic and thrilling surf movies to the big screen Wednesday nights at 7 p.m. starting this week until August 3.

Presented in partnership with Hurley in Lahaina, each Wednesday night will feature surf movies, fun and prizes, starting with “Endless Summer” followed by “Riding Giants” July 13.

“There is something very special about watching these cinematic masterpieces of surf culture on the big screen in a communal environment with friends and family” said Lyndon Golin of Regency Theatres.

Tickets are $8 per seat. Regency Wharf Cinemas are located at 658 Front Street in Lahaina, on the second floor of the Wharf Cinema Center.

Tickets and information are available at www.regencymovies.com.

Company Launches ShedPro Hawaii

Maui’s Truss Systems Hawaii has launched ShedPro Hawaii, the first custom shed company of its kind in the state and county.

Since 2020, the demand for sheds has increased as people started needing extra space for their home projects and new ideas. ShedPro Hawaii offers three base models with a wide variety of paints, doors, windows and more.

These sheds will outlast the plastic sheds sold at most home improvement stores, the company said.

“Our innovative design technology for our bespoke sheds came at the perfect time when families were facing a growing need for extra storage space.” said sales manager Zachary Loomer. “Our sheds also met the needs of people looking for additional space in their home, such as a “she” Where “he-shed”, and we have enjoyed providing quality shed solutions for the community since 2010.

For more information or to order online, visit www.shedprohawaii.com.




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