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Carol Chang
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October 13, 2010 - MidWeek The Islander
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Scott Sinnett

We have our own high chief now with the swearing in of Kailua resident Mark Recktenwald as Hawaii Supreme Court Chief Justice. He took the oath Sept. 14 with daughter Sarah and wife Gailynn assisting in the “robing” ceremonies. Congratulations, your honor ...

Kaneohe’s Cassidy Pregil, 12, won first place (and $200) in the children’s division of HFD’s first Fire Prevention Week poster contest among HFD members and their families ... Le Jardin Academy’s Japanese language students hosted 240 peers from Hiroshima High School in Kobe, Japan, last week for a day of activities on the Kailua campus. See? They don’t just learn French ...


Kahuku High senior Gabriella Henrie is a semifinalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program for “exceptional academic ability and potential for college success.” Stay tuned ... In competition of another kind, Ian Lindsey was a finalist from Waimanalo Library in the Teen Summer Reading Program. He got one of the three grand prizes - a 19-inch flat screen LCD TV - in a drawing last month at the finale. Hurray for reading ...

Dale Hazlehurst

Co-author of the study on the effect of grunting in tennis matches is Kaneohe resident Scott Sinnett, a UH assistant psychology professor ... One Kine Day, premiering at the HIFF at 8:30 p.m. Oct. 18 at Dole Cannery, was filmed on the Windward side by Chuck Mitsui ... New general manager of Sea Life Park Jerry Pupillo introduced himself last month to the Waimanalo Neighborhood Board, which learned that he and his wife are expecting twins. Jerry previously promoted Kualoa Ranch, the water park, and hotel and entertainment venues here ...

Hawaiian Tug & Barge/Young Brothers has promoted Kaneohe’s Dale Hazlehurst to general manager after three years in the maritme business here ... Kristen Hu of Castle, Danielle Galveso of Kailua and Alexander Fernandez of Kalaheo High are the 2010 Windward Community Federal Credit Union scholarship winners ...


Lady Luck smiled recently on these fortunate slot players in downtown Las Vegas. They are Kailua’s Ruth South $10,000, and Kaneohe winners Loralei Go $7,200, Momi Smith $6,296 and Jadelyn Kon $5,864

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