Waha Nui

Carol Chang
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July 07, 2010 - MidWeek The Islander
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Kaiulani Murphy

Family Promise’s Kailua service center for homeless families can always use more disposable diapers, sizes 3 to 6. As they say, “The cost of a box of diapers is equivalent to a nice bouquet of flowers, and they are self-watering!” (261-7478) ...

Washington State conferred a business administration degree cum laude this spring on Kaneohe student Ryan Renio ... Way ahead of Ryan is Liane Watanabe (Castle 1997, UH 2003), who earned her doctor of podiatric medicine degree this month at Midwestern University in Glendale, Ariz. Next step for her is a three-year residency program at Rancho Specialty Hospital at Camp Pendleton ...

Kailua’s Micah Mumper made the spring semester dean’s list at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minn. - in his first year, too, and that’s not all. At the MC honors convocation last month Micah also received two book awards for outstanding accomplishment in his French studies. Tres bien! ...


The drama of Julius Caesar has never looked better. Kailua’s Amy Fisk is in the cast of the 2010 Hawaii Shakespeare Festival’s first play, which runs July 9-18 at The ARTS at Mark’s Garage (800-838-3006) ...

Lionell Garcia

Polynesian Voyaging Society’s Ahuimanu mariner Kaiulani Murphy will share PVS plans with the public for its upcoming world voyage of the Hokule’a from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

July 16 at Honolulu Community College’s Marine Education and Training Center (778-8589) ... Ashley Yamabe (Kalaheo 2005) collected her bachelor of communication studies degree at University of San Diego ... Lionell Garcia

(Castle 2007) has graduated from Air Force basic training at Lackland AFB, Texas ... Kaaawa Elementary School could use a microwave and two stools for its health room. Got ‘em? Call Community Helping Schools at 263-6703 ...


Florence Baguio of Kaneohe won $20,000 playing slots at the Fremont, and Rachael Mervyn of Kailua won $15,900 at the California Hotel. Also hitting it right this spring in downtown Vegas were Kaneohe’s Charmaine Rogers, $9,000; Kailua’s Joan O’Connell, $7,375; Bernadette Makaula, $6,086; Hazel Tando, $6,753; Yvonne McDermott, $5,630; and Waimanalo’s Josephine Barbieto, $4,000

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