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Carol Chang
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February 16, 2011 - MidWeek The Islander
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Clarence Bush III

Le Jardin Academy’s recent Invention Convention introduced some handy new gadgets to the world. Any buyers for the Humane Gecko Catcher or the BBB Tool (a sanitary nose picker)? ... KEY Project’s board of directors honored Kahaluu businessman Clarence Bush III last month for his dedicated help on community cleanups. Clarence operates CJ Service, which hauls scrap metal - and boy, did he ever! At the last Aloha Aina drive at KEY, Clarence extricated, hauled and disposed of enough metal to bring in $900 for the community center ...

Kailua’s Carlene MacPherson, who works at Hawaii Medical Center East, won an iPad from DTRIC Insurance, and she didn’t even know there was a contest. All it took was receiving a quick quote on coverage from the company for her to be entered. Now, Carlene says, she and her husband “don’t have to share the computer at night” ...

C. MacPherson

The Golden Key International Honor Society has inducted 2010 UH graduate Laura Clagstone into membership. The group recognizes top-performing students by invitation in all fields of college study. An Ahuimanu resident and freelance writer, Laura was on the dean’s list, majored in English and interned with MidWeek. (Go, Laura!) ...

BethAnn Kozlovich teams up with Kailua’s Chris Vandercook to host HPR’s new morning show The Conversation (about everything “from the state budget crisis to huli-huli chicken”). It first aired Feb. 14 and features theme music, with the versatile Chris on guitar. To join the conversation, tune in between 8 and 9 a.m. weekdays ...

Chris Vandercook

Kaneohe’s flamboyant criminal defense attorney Michael Green got his moment in the Hawaii Five-O spotlight on Feb. 7.

Michael played the lawyer for the very, very bad guy, of course. Adifferent bad guy in that episode was Kaneohe’s Steve Chapman, a pretend cop who chased the good guys in the jungle ...

Volunteers at the joint water-shed cleanup Jan. 22 in Waimanalo collected tons of recyclables and also removed from the streams “enough bulky trash to fill three roll-off bins” (but no bodies of bad guys)

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