Waha Nui

Carol Chang
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August 17, 2011 - MidWeek The Islander
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Stories or poems by four of Le Jardin teacher Marcia Huber‘s eighth-graders were selected for publication in the Hawaii Conservation Alliance’s 2011 anthology, My Hawaii Story Project. Look for Michelle Takenaka, Lili Maero, Leah Ford and Alexander Lee ...

The Castle Knights 20102011 Kaulana yearbook won a gold medal for its high scores in verbal, visual and reference categories at the Columbia Scholastic Press Association’s annual conference. Way to go, Katrina Valdez and staff ... Friday night music in Windward: Saloon Pilots at Big City Diner, Kaala Boys at Haleiwa Joe’s Haiku and Cultural Nation at Boardriders ...

Blanche Pope principal Ofelia Reed is a panelist with colleagues on Dan Boylan‘s PBS Insights show on public schools at 7:30 p.m. Thursday on KHET ...


In the digital photo realm, BYU-Hawaii is very proud to announce that it has digitized 120,000 records of Filipinos who settled during the early 1900s on Hawaii’s sugar plantations. This should make family history searches much easier. BYUH archivist Matt Kester explains that in 2004 before students and missionary couples had the means to digitize themthe records were “freeze-dried” and re-housed in acid-free boxes to preserve them for the huge project ahead. For a look-see now, call 675-3669 to get the online instructions ...

Marine Lance Cpl. Christian Myles Bauer (Kailua 2009) died June 15 at Camp Pendleton, Calif., following assignments to Okinawa and Cambodia. Trained as a sharpshooter, Christian, 19, excelled in wrestling and “lived life to its fullest with no regrets,” say his parents, Jennifer and Robert ... Seen enjoying a ride on the Cubby Caboose mini express train recently at Windward Mall were TV reporter Jodi Leong and her little girl Carys ...


Kailua actor Bobby Silva Jr. is now working behind the camera as a production manager for such disturbing reality shows as Kitchen Nightmares, Enough Already! (about hoarding) and Worst Cooks ... Pete Lombardi leads beginner slack key classes (with Taro Patch tuning) for adults this fall at Kailua District Park, as well as heading up the park’s Slack-Key Club for teens (266-7652 or 285-2881)

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