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Carol Chang
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March 31, 2010 - MidWeek The Islander
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Kathryn Takara

Kaneohe 10-year-old Kela Villalobos took first place in his division March 21 in the Pokemon Trading Card Game Hawaii State Championships, winning a trophy, a game prize kit and a $300 travel stipend to compete at the nationals in June ... Y

You can see photographs by Kailua’s Hanna Polak during First Friday on April 2 at the Mendonca Building Courtyard downtown. A native of Poland, Hanna is widely known as a champion of homeless children for UNICEF and for her award-winning HBO documentary The Children of Leningradsky. Also showcased at Ernie and JoDee Hunt‘s Smith Street courtyard is Alida Farlaino, who operates Farlaino Foto in Kailua (262-5930) ...

Award-winning poet Kathryn Waddell Takara of Kaaawa has published a new book of poems on Black history and themes, Tournalines: Beyond the Ebony Portal. The retired UH professor will read from it and sign copies during a release party at 2 p.m.

April 11 at Borders Ward Centre ...

If it’s not too late, you can still make it to chiropractor Chip Abbadessa‘s Cancer Prevention workshop at 6:15 p.m. March 30 in Castle Professional Center (234-5535) ...

Kealohi Glanstein

Kailua TV producer Emme Tomimbang selected three favorites for her debut of Emme’s Classic Island Moments. One profile is of actor and eco-farmer Jason Scott Lee, who lived on the Windward side when her camera first captured him in 1994. Emme says the program should come around again after 12 weeks. KFVE airs it at 6 p.m. Sundays ...

Art by Enchanted Lake, Ke Kula O Samuel Kamakau and Trinity Christian students is on view during April at the state Capitol (Senate chamber level), courtesy of Sen. Jill Tokuda. You just missed Hakipuu Learning Center ... Tracey Ige and Toby Salado of Kaneohe and Nathaniel Irvin of Kailua all made the fall dean’s list at Seattle Pacific University ...

Kaneohe’s Kealohi Glanstein has graduated from Air Force basic training at Lackland AFB, Texas ... More power to Diana Holland, owner of The Cutting Zone on Uluniu Street, who has built up her hair salon from three chairs in 1995 to eight chairs now, plus you can have the works - from hair styling to hair removal, and even a full body massage, if you wish (263-8006) ...

No space in What’s Up, so here are two more tips for Windward fans of soccer and dancing: Kaneohe ballroom dance signups at 7 p.m. April 5 at Ben Parker Elementary (239-7379), and Kailua AYSO signups from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. April 6 at Kailua High cafeteria (http://www.kailuaayso.com)

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