Waha Nui

Carol Chang
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October 06, 2010 - MidWeek The Islander
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Logan Keala

Kaneohe’s Nancy and John Ortiz will have a busy Saturday at Kapiolani Park at the Hispanic Heritage Festival and Health Fair (285-0072). Nancy is coordinator and emcee, while John plays in Latin Amigos Puerto Rican Band. Windward’s Judah and Sunshine Oschner,Hawaii salsa champions, will perform, and Waimanalo’s Windy Aubrey, co-owner of Baja Style Mexican Foods, will help feed the masses ...

Award-winning young Kailua author Alexei Melnick releases Tweakerville, his latest novel about crystal meth in Hawaii, on Oct. 15 through Mutual Publishing (732-1709) ... Kailua native Adam Taylor and his band Iration plays at 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Pipeline Cafe (291-1845) ...


And Kahaluu’s Kevin Chang and his band Kupa’aina play at the annual Kava Festival from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday at UH Manoa’s McCarthy Mall (256-5605) ...

Diane Peterson

Two whirlwinds on the volleyball court are sisters Logan and Loxley Keala of Ahuimanu. They both play for “the Raiders,” but on opposite sides of the country. Recent contributions: As senior captain of the Colgate University Raiders in New York, Logan had 21 kills and 19 digs in a 1-1 weekend. Around the same time Iolani Raiders rising sophomore star Loxley scored 7 kills and 7 assists against St. Francis. You go, cousins! ...

Kaneohe resident Diane Peterson is the new regional manager of AAA Hawaii, which has more than 130,000 members. Before her career with AAA began four years ago in California, Diane oversaw a team of managers and sales reps for Avon Products in Hawaii and Guam ...

James Stone Jr

Kailua’s James Stone Jr. has brought his legal expertise into the Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties fold as manager of risk management.

James was partner and senior litigator in a local law firm and a deputy in the city’s organized crime special prosecution unit ... Kahuku Elementary needs a piano tuner. Any talent out there to spare? Call Community Helping School at 263-6703

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