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Carol Chang
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June 23, 2010 - MidWeek The Islander
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Ross Rasmussen

Honored as the Windward School for Adults Teacher of the Year on May 26 was Ross Rasmussen. It happened during the Community School for Adults commencement. A full-time nurse, Ross also manages to teach GED prep classes, remediation, computer basics, special interest classes and more to his WSA students, who like his “can do” attitude and supportive nature ...

Now hear this! Audiologists Peggy Failla and Terilyn Wong have opened Koolau Audiology & Hearing Aid Services in Kailua Professional Building II (263-4111). “We are excited to continue serving our Windward patients, and especially to do it in our own private practice!”

they say. Peggy worked in Castle hospital’s audiology department, and Terilyn has been helping Hawaii folks hear better for two decades ... Mini sports report: Kailua High graduate and HPU freshman Makamae Recca has joined the Sea Warriors’ 2010 volleyball team.


Coach Daryl Kapis says Makamae should bring some “firepower” to the team (along with her older sister and current player Sanoe) ...

Tyrone and Elina Wells

And Punahou volleyball standout Carina Thompson of Kailua has joined the Fordham University Rams VB squad in New York. A 6-foot-2 middle blocker, Carina also competes with the Asics Rainbows Club ...

Named to the 2009-10 PacWest Academic All-Conference Team are soccer players Esera Vegas of Kaneohe (Dominican College) and Courtney Kimhan of Kailua (Chaminade), and softball player Amber Waracka of Kahaluu (Hawaii-Hilo) ...

Missed the Ahuimanu May Day program? You can watch it on ‘Olelo 52 at 2 p.m. today (June 23), 12:30 p.m. Thursday and 8 p.m. Saturday, and on Channel 49 at 6 p.m. Friday ...


Carol Chang, do you know where your daughters are? Yes! Elina Wells (Erin Chang, Castle 1996) is in Nashville with husband Tyrone Wells recording a funky new duet album, and Kelly Chang (Castle 1992) is in Nicaragua on a study/service mission to assist and empower young girls who live in the Managua city landfill. She reports plenty mosquito bites in the hot, humid Central American city

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