Waha Nui

Carol Chang
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November 24, 2010 - MidWeek The Islander
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Laura Stanfill

Kailua resident and Paliku Theatre manager Tom Holowach is back on stage as King Arthur in Army Community Theatre’s Camelot, playing Dec. 3-19 at Fort Shafter (438-4480) ... Congratulations to Castle High freshman Cedric “Swifty” Petty Jr., who led adult runners the whole way in the Nov. 14 Kailua Surfrider 10K. Women’s winner was Nicole Oka, and 5K winners were Yvonne Covington of Kailua and Ash Dustow ...

Kaneohe’s Walt and Alice Herring get to toll the magnificent cathedral bells Dec. 6 at St. Andrew’s to kick off Chamber Music Hawaii’s Wind and Brass concert at 7:30 p.m. (489-5038) ...

Can’t get enough of the Saloon Pilots? The Windward bluegrassers will plunk and play at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 4 at HPR’s Atherton Studio (955-8821) ... Services were held last week for Herbert Ishimine, longtime chef (30-plus years) at Buzz’s Original Steakhouse in Lanikai. He is missed and mourned by owner Bobby Lou Yeackel, staff and customers ...

Gabrielle Toloza is co-founder of the new Kailua-based nonprofit Creative Connections Foundation, a group of mental health professionals who help children with special needs “navigate everyday life” and access all the opportunities that other keiki have (348-5056)

From the military: Cory Ford (Castle 2007) graduated from Army Infantryman One Station Unit training at Fort Benning, Ga. The nine-week course included nuclear, biological and chemical contamination survival procedures. Lauren Stanfill of Kailua and Gary Nagy (Kahuku 2007) are honor graduates of Air Force basic training at Lackland AFB, Texas. Army Reserve Staff Sgt.

Job Smith (Kailua 1998) is returning from deployment “to Iraq or Afghanistan” where he worked as a helicopter mechanic with the 5th Battalion. Army National Guard Pvt. Timothy Maghinay (Kailua 2007) has completed field artillery cannon crewmember training at Fort Sill, Okla ...

Heeia Kea Boat Harbor has once again become a filmmaking circus, dressed up like Palau to host scenes from the sequel to Journey to the Center of the Earth this month ... Hauoli La Hanau to Ke Kula Kaiapuni ‘O Pu’ohala. The Hawaiian language immersion school at Puohala Elementary is celebrating its 20th year - and now they’re on Facebook, too

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