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Carol Chang
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August 18, 2010 - MidWeek The Islander
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No casualties to report from RIMPAC, at least among the nesting stilts at Kaneohe Marine base. Environmental safety officer Todd Russell discovered nests along a planned amphibious assault route, and the word went up the chain of command to adjust the battle route. “The last thing we want to do is harm an animal that we’ve shared this base with for so long,” training manager Dan Geltmacher told the Hawaii Marine ...

Lead roles have been set for Paliku Theatre’s Once on This Island. The musical opens Sept. 10 with Miles Wesley and Tori Anguay as the “lead lovers.” Miles has a history with the talented Anguay family. He played Simba when Jewel Anguay was Nala in the L.A. production of The Lion King. It doesn’t stop there. Zoey Anguay and Miles’ wife Adealani Gerkerwiez were in Army Community Theatre’s Grease several years ago. Director for both the Paliku and ACT plays is Ron Bright, father-inlaw of Jade Anguay Bright. Phew! ...

Kailua’s Nalyne Nai’a Ah Sam has joined Coldwell Banker Commercial Pacific Properties as a leasing and sales associate, bringing her varied background in personal assistance, legislative aide and work in preschools and for the UH chancellor’s office ... Waimanalo’s award-winning recording artist Kawika Kahiapo has his own concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at HPR’s Atherton Studio (955-8821) ...


 

There aren’t many places to eat late at night in Kaneohe, but you can now get your Albuterol and antibiotics 24-7 at both Longs Drugs and Walgreen’s at Kaneohe Bay Shopping Center ... Mokapu Elementary needs trikes in good shape for its special ed preschoolers. Got ‘em? Call Community Helping Schools at 263-6703 ...

Listen up, Tiger. Kaneohe’s Motusaga Finau has invented Matsu, “an innovative and effective new product designed to help anyone improve certain aspects of their golf game” - as in long putts. Look for it soon in the marketplace ...


Bird buzz: On a recent stop at Kaneohe Library, I saw a security guard searching the bushes after hearing a telltale peep. He explained that a mother hen had already pranced off to the stream with her brood, leaving one little peeper behind. We found the chick, and the guard gently lifted it in his hands and marched off to find the mom

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