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Carol Chang
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November 02, 2011 - MidWeek The Islander
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Dr. Malia Chang

The mayor has appointed Kailua resident Laura Thielen the city’s agricultural liaison, and she’s sticking close to the land after her recent job chairing the state DLNR. She and Kaneohe’s Karen Kim have earned the title Master Gardener from UH. Look for the two women at their Kailua Thursday Night Market information booth this week ...

Laura’s mom, state Rep. Cynthia Thielen, furthered Kanu Hawaii’s Plant a Native Tree program by installing a milo tree at Aikahi Elementary with help from the kindergartners ... Seven Windward artists have their work up at the Academy Art Center at Linekona through Nov. 19: Christine Harris-Amos, Marcia Morse, David Smith, Fred Smith, Hoppy Smith, Helene Sroat and Dodie Warren.


The show is “Etched in Light, 20 Years of Photographic Intaglio Printmaking” ... Sacred Hearts Academy honored six outstanding alumni recently, including Dr. Sally Malia Chang (1976), who practices internal medicine in Kailua with her father Winfred; and Kailua’s Evelyn Keli’iho’omalu (1949), a retired police officer and stalwart of the volunteer corps at St. Anthony’s church ...

E. Keli‘iho‘omalu

Pegge Hopper Gallery downtown has a reception at 5:30 tonight (Nov. 2) for “Realism” and the Atelier Hawaii instructors and students artists of WCC. On view through Nov. 26, including three Saturday “talk story” sessions, are the works of Jonathan Busse, Norman Graffam, Snowden Hodges, Antoinette Martin, Jill Butterbaugh, Rene Darrow, Madeleine McKay (HPR’s “the lovely and talented”) and Colin Ota. Some proceeds go to WCC Atelier scholarships (236-9148) ...

Say hello to Rev. Raphael Kama, newly ordained associate pastor for Waimanalo Congregational Church. He has studied for 30 years under Rev. John Kalili, semi-retired pastor for the church on Hihimanu Street ... King’s “Boo-fest” last week featuring free dinner and Jeff Gere, the storyteller with the “elastic morphing face” ...


While enjoying Phantom Oct. 22, I discovered who the real phantoms of Paliku are: Two ladies in front of me, texting away ... Crowds at Windward Mall’s “Pink” party had a special treat Oct. 22: a frisky flashmob spread across center court

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