Volume 1, Issue 2
The Fairway Villas Special thanks to the
following owners who
contributed articles to our
Fun In The Sun at
Waikoloa Beach Resort Rose Marie Pifer
Inside this issue:
Entrance Gates are Operational
Effective at 8.am.,on September 1st, 2004, the Thank you Dene for giving this project your
front entry gates were placed into operation full effort. With the security of closed gates, Entrance Gates 1
and most owners and guests were able to get we expect a better resort facility for all.
through without problem. All rental agency Rental Agencies 1
phone numbers are listed at the front gate, and
House Rules 1
any guest having an access problem can con-
tact their rental agency for codes and admit- Poolside With Pam 2
tance right from the gate.
Log Onto FWV 2
Everyone has or will receive a personal gate
code and one gate remote from our Resident Aloha Festival 3
Manager. Our second remotes are expected in
the near future. The code numbers assigned Hawaiian Treats 3
for each owner and rental company also work.
The Gates Are Closed Contacts 3
If you have not picked up your code and re-
mote, contact Dene our Resident Manager. Ironman Coming 4
Just a reminder ...the “#” (pound sign) goes in
ahead of your 4 digit code number. Upon exit-
ing, it is necessary to slow down as you
approach the gate. It will open automatically.
How many entered thru the gate on the
first day from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.? The Control Box • Pool & Spa Hours
Would you believe 242 !
7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
• Exercise Room Hours
Who Manages The Rentals At FWV? 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
• Age Limit for Exercise Room
Currently, there are five professional rental will not rent for less than 3-4 days. Must be 14 years old
agencies offering vacation properties at The
*Some collect cleaning fees from the tenant while • No children under 12 in pool
Fairway Villas . Our last update shows they are
others collect from the owners. without responsible adult
Abbey Vacation Rentals which handles 12,
Aldrige Associates Realtors handling 14 , Outrig- *Some collect refundable security deposits for • No Noise after 10 p.m.
ger Hotels and Resorts 75, South Kohala Man- lost or broken items, some do not.
agement 18, and West Hawaii Property Services. • No pets allowed in Waikoloa
*Some offer daily maid service at owners or
resort area except Guide
Each company has its own parameters for op- tenants expense, some do not. Dogs and Certified Canine
eration based on their contracts. *Only one offers check-in and key pick-up, all Companions
*Some agencies offer 1 night stays, while others others offer access to units via lock boxes.
Poolside with Pam
It is one of those times of year where the poolside chats Music: Wendell Warrington has a fabulous album called A
diminish due to the visitors departing for another school Few More Drops. His wife, Holly, is working hard to get
year or other venues. The owners begin their visits and the info out as Wendell died on June 26th, 2004, leaving 5
the "hellos and hugs" are familiar. small children and his wife on the island of Maui. You can
purchase this CD and help support the family by writing
It seems to have been a very successful summer season Holly at firstname.lastname@example.org. We love the music and
with the new chairs occupied in full each day. It seems believe you will too.
every other visitor is from California, with our Japanese
and Australians, New Zealanders, Canadians, and other Humbly submitted, Pam
guests filling the gaps. It is interesting to hear their stories.
It is also fun to tell them some of the highlights we have
For those of you who have not purchased "Hawai'i The
Big Island Revealed" we highly recommend it, with all its
kudos and criticisms. It really is enlightening and has
opened up many wonderful experiences for us and others.
I love to see something new each time we have company,
or with those of you who invite me to join you.
Highlight: Kiholo Bay...just south of Fairway Villas. You
can catch a beautiful glimpse of it from the Scenic Turnout
near milemarker 82. The hike is an easy 15-20 minute one
from the highway just south of mile marker 81. Parking
near the guard rail allows you to access the trail just about
10 feet below. It is most unique as the water is salt water
below and fresh water on the surface. The area is inhab-
ited by many honu who love to sunbathe on the shore.
KIHOLO BAY… A Must See!
The complete history and map can be found on page 198 Take plenty of water, wear study shoes,
of the book. There is more to be discovered there but I but don’t miss this special place!
want to leave more to the imagination and lure you with
the fascination of this incredible spot.
Logon to The Fairway Villas Website
It’s easy to logon to our new website provided by count number in the first box and the remainder of
CMI. the account numbers in the second box
All you need is your monthly statement from CMI Choose your password and reconfirm your password
which shows your account number. You are now ready to log on for the latest news, an-
Go to www.certifiedhawaii.com nouncements and information
Choose Associations or Association Websites Be sure to set a bookmark or mark as “favorites” to
Follow directions for “Homeowners Guide for Using come back at any time
Click the Big Island picture on the map or the word
Choose Fairway Villa Icon which will be the first one
listed on the left
Click on login and supply the first 3 digits of your ac-
Page 2 Fun In The Sun at Waikoloa Beach Resort
Aloha Festival on Big Island
The Aloha Festival celebrates Hawaiian culture and September 19 -- At the Hilton Waikoloa Village, enjoy the
the island spirit each year through local events and tradi- Ukulele Festival with some ukelele masters including Ohta
tional ceremonies. Events vary from lu'aus to contests to san, Kelly Boy Delima, and Herb Ohta. 886-1234.
musical festivals, and several are in the Waikoloa
resort or Kailua-Kona area. Some events charge admis- September 22-23 -- 22nd Annual Kupuna (elder) Hula
sion, but many times you can get a discount with an Aloha Festival at the King Kamehameha Kona Beach
Festivals Ribbon. We have summarized the information Hotel in Kailua-Kona. Kupuna hold a special
below from the Aloha Festivals web site at: place in Hawaiian society, and this event honors
the treasured kupuna. Advanced ticket pur-
http://www.alohafestivals.com/alohafestivals/page.jsp? chases encouraged. 961-8592 or 322-1812.
September 24-25 -- 7th Annual Poke
(All phone numbers listed are in the 808 area code.) Golf Shoot-Out -- a hilarious golf tour-
nament benefitting Kawaihae Transi-
September 11 -- the arrival of the Royal Court by wa'a tional Housing. 885-7786.
(canoe) kicks off this festival at the Waikoloa Kings'
Shops starting at noon. For information call 885-7786. September 24 -- 2nd Annual E Hula Mai Kaua -- a cou-
ples hula competition at the Keauhou Shopping Cen-
September 15 -- Royal lu'au at the Waikoloa Beach Mar- ter. Starts at 5 pm. 324-1621 or 883-9005.
riott. A traditional lu'au is followed by a special tribute to
the Aloha Festivals Royal Court with the songs and September 25 -- Kailua Village Aloha Hawaiian Night --
dances of Hawaii and Polynesia. fashion shows, slack key guitar, lei stands, etc. Ali'i Drive,
Kailua-Kona, starts at 4 pm.
September 17 -- At the Mauna Lani Bay Hotel, enjoy a
day filled with Hawaiian displays, demonstrations, and en- September 26 -- 5th Annual Queen Lili'uokalani Music
tertainment. Events start at 9 a.m. 885-6622. Festival -- features music, food, and dance by 300+ danc-
ers from dozens of halau, as well as top island entertain-
September 18 -- At the Parker Ranch Center Food Court ers. Queen Lili'uokalani Park in Hilo, starts at 10 am.
in Waimea, watch an Aloha Festivals parade and then the 966-5416.
11th Annual Paniolo Hat and Lei Contest. 885-7786.
Have you added pool towels to your unit for the
Hawaiian Treats ! comfort of guests? How about plastic or
disposable glasses for pool and lanai use?
The recipe for these tasty Macadamia Tarts was submitted by
Rose Marie Pifer. Bake yourself a batch and enjoy!
½ cup margarine, softened
3 ounce package cream cheese, softened
1 cup all purpose flour
¼ teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons melted butter
¾ cup brown sugar, packed President Dan Pifer
1 egg Vice President Dick Alexander
1 ½ cup macadamia nuts, chopped Secretary Shawn Lohay
Treasurer Bev Groeniger
1 teaspoon vanilla extract Director Sarah Crawford
1/3 cup chocolate chips, melted Director Bryan Hao
Director Gary Hoffman
Blend together margarine and cream cheese. Mix in flour and Director Jim Mocalis
Director Bob Wund
salt to form a soft dough. Chill at least one hour. Form dough
into twenty-four 1 inch balls. Place each ball in a mini muffin Resident Manager Dene Sturm
cup. With flour dusted fingers, press into tart shapes. Blend 808-960-8472
together remaining ingredients; fill each tart shell. Bake at 375 Email Address:
for 20-25 minutes. Cool – remove from pan. Drizzle chocolate
across tarts. Makes 2 dozen.
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Waikoloa, HI 96738
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Ironman Competition Coming Soon
The next Hawaii Ironman Triathlon World Championship
takes place in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii Big Island on October
A 2.4-mile ocean swim, 112-mile bike race and 26.2-mile
run. Competitors have 17 hours to finish. Cutoff times are
also applied to the swim (2:20 after start of race) and the
bike (10:30 after the start of race.)
The swim segment begins and ends at the pier in Kailua.
The bike race travels north on the Kona Coast to the small
village of Hawi, and then returns along the same route to
the new transition area at the King Kamahamaha Hotel.
The marathon course travels through Kailua and onto the
same highway used for the bike race. Contestants run back
into Kailua-Kona, coming down Alii Drive to the cheers
of more than 25,000 people at the finish line.
If you are visiting the Big Island the weekend of this race,
it’s not to be missed !!!