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Carol Chang
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April 06, 2011 - MidWeek The Islander
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Aliiloa Kaiama

Sword-fighting choreographer Tony Pisculli of Kailua jumped into HPU’s play with joie de vivre. You can see the product of his teaching skills in Les Liaisons Dangereuses at 8 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays until May 1 (375-1282) ...

Kahuku musician Jack Johnson does what he can for the world. He and his son planted a kukui tree at First Wind’s dedication ceremony March 24 in Kahuku and, following the March 11 earthquake in Japan, he donated $50,000 to Global Giving’s Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund.

The Johnsons were in Osaka for a concert that day, and Sendai was their next tour stop. Several shows were cancelled, but again, Jack is donating all proceeds from his To The Sea world tour to charity ... Aliiloa Kaiama (Kailua 2009) has graduated from Air Force basic training at Lackland AFB, Texas, and Ailau Perez of Waimanalo has graduated from Army National Guard basic training at Fort Sill, OK ...

Kailua Baptist Preschool keiki took a bus to Kaneohe Marine base recently to visit Marines and sailors from the 3rd Marines. They were dazzled by the equipment and weaponry, but one little boy zeroed in on Meals Ready to Eat. “This is delicious,” Nolan Gille told the Hawaii Marine. “Can I bring some of this home to my mom?” ...

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Kaneohe’s Taylor Akana was named to the fall dean’s list at Siena College in Loudonville, N.Y. That’s in Taylor’s first semester of college ... Francis Woodward Jr. (Kahuku 2000) has graduated with distinction from Army Reserve basic training at Fort Sill, OK, and so has Cathleen Dela Cruz-Paulo (Kalaheo 2010) from Air Force basic training at Lackland AFB, Texas ...

Good luck and healthy supplements to Tracy Nelson. The former assistant manager at Kaneohe Vitamin Shoppe has been promoted to store manager of the chain’s new Kapolei Commons outlet ...

Tireless Windward literacy advocate Lorna Hershinow has put together another stellar “Celebrate Reading” day, set for April 16 in the UH Manoa Art Auditorium (239-9726). A dozen authors, including former Gov. Ben Cayetano, are on the program

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