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Carol Chang
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February 09, 2011 - MidWeek The Islander
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Chris Bright

Kaneohe dentist Stephen Shoultz plans to spend Valentine’s Day working inside the mouths of needy patients at the Downtown Dental Group on Bethel Street.

Stephen will join his colleagues Wilfred Miyasaki and Diane Cha-Loo for Wilfred’s eighth annual daylong Dentists with a Heart program clinic — first-come, first-served (533-0000) …

Children’s librarian Curt Fukumoto should be a treat for the keiki at Kaneohe Library this winter (see calendar). He was 2010 Hawaii State Library Employee of the Year and also Librarian of the Year, out of the Salt Lake branch, and he’s quite an entertainer … Also online at the library is its Kaneohe History Page features several documents, ranging from Kaneohe: A History of Change to a talk by Bob Nakata to ethnic studies classes …


The Blue Devils Drum and Marching Corps has tapped Christopher Bright for its drum corps, meaning he flies one weekend a month to San Francisco from Chapman University in Orange County where he’s a freshman. The Blue Devils fine tune themselves for world-class competition. Chris is the son of Clarke Bright and grandson of longtime Kaneohe theater director Ron Bright … Jayme Newhouse will award 10 free Pilates classes to lucky patient at Windward Heart Center. Applications will be judged on need, plus an essay about his or her situation. Classes are at Pilates Training Center Hawaii, 25 Maluniu St. #204. Call her at 261-9519. Deadline is Feb. 28 … The HPU play Les Liaisons Dangereuses still has a role or two to fill. Call director Joyce Maltby at 391-2000 for an audition …

Sarah Chase

Castle High students Connor Meers and Nyonda Lane already won some great parts. They star in those TV commercials for the Gear-up DOE diploma. Do your homework: Watch for it … Kalaheo High grad Sarah Chase, a junior business major at California’s Chapman University, starts an internship this month in the merchandising department at Dream Works and another one this summer at Deloitte & Touche …

Thank you, Oceanic Institute. It donated 300 moi fingerlings to Waikiki Aquarium to help make up for an unsolved theft of the royal fish last year

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