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Carol Chang
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June 15, 2011 - MidWeek The Islander
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Harry Sprague IV

Named Merchant Mariner of the Year by the Navy League’s Honolulu chapter is Harry Sprague IV, a Kaneohe resident who already captains Marimed Foundation’s sailing vessel, Makani Olu, which is the key to a unique therapy program for at-risk teens ...

Elected to lead the Kalaheo High student body next year is Emily Theoret, who is already a veteran of statewide student politics ... Kaneohe author Paul Stam has released his new novel, A Question of Reputation, about a pastor with a shrouded past whose good deeds aren’t enough by themselves to overcome his persecution by a small town’s powers that be (amazon.com). Paul spent his childhood in the Congo, the son of missionaries there ...

Buz Tennent

Lanikai Elementary Charter School picked its new principal, Ed Noh, who is a math specialist, classroom veteran and leader of schools in Seattle as well as on Oahu. Now it seeks a community member for its board, and interested folks can submit nominations by July 15 to Callie Stevens, office manager (.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)) ...

Baritone Leslie “Buz” Tennent will perform at 7:30 p.m. June 24 with pianist Eric Schank at HPR’s Atherton Studio (955-8821). Buz has sung opera, musicals and art songs all over the world - from Carnegie Recital Hall to the stages of Germany and Spain, and this show will be just as varied as his talents. You can also hear him as a soloist at St. Christopher’s Church in Kailua ...

James McWhinnie

Kailua’s James McWhinnie has won the prestigious Grahovac Award, an international honor from Meritas Laws Firms Worldwide, for his service, leadership and dedication as an attorney. Jim is a director of Damon Key Leong Kupchak Hastert ...

Kailua’s Toni Muranaka, a coordinator for Saturday’s Aloha State Games, hatched a great idea for a 1K race. The Republicans and the Democrats are on board for a “Run for Office” race at McCoy Pavilion to “see who’s more fit to run”

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