Waha Nui

Carol Chang
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November 16, 2011 - MidWeek The Islander
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Sad to say, but Aunty Alice Hewett has been arrested and will be locked up Friday at Pinky’s Pupu Bar & Grill until her friends bail her out ($2,000). Kaneohe’s longtime youth sports coordinator is considered among “Windward Oahu’s Most Wanted” by the Muscular Dystrophy Association. To donate to MDA, and release Alice from her jail cell, call her at 722-2426 ...

Kailua’s Audrey Hutton has earned the national Seniors Real Estate Specialists designation, following a comprehensive course geared to serve buyers and sellers age 55 and older. Audrey works with McGhin & Company ... Human resources veteran Andrea Ward has joined Farmers Insurance Hawaii. The Kailua woman will direct human resources services and operations for Farmers’ nearly 300 employees statewide ...

Want to make a difference in the Legislature? Windward Sen. Pohai Ryan is looking for part-time and full-time staff starting next month for the session, plus a full-time office manager right now. Send resumes to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) ... For its fourth year, the Kailua law firm of Hartley & McGehee is going door-to-door to neighbors in the Kailua Professional buildings to collect items for Hawaii Foodbank for Thanksgiving. Legal assistant Eileen Tortuga says it’s been very rewarding and she recommends it to other office folks ...


As a major supporter of Hawaiian Humane Society, Mike McKenna and his Kailua car dealership have hosted several pet adoption days this year, finding homes for 90 dogs and cats. He also sponsors the HHS Pet Walk (see photo on page 9) and has raised $31,000 for the nonprofit. Why? It needs help, that’s why. And besides, Mike says, “The bottom line is I’m a dog lover and so are all of us at Windward Ford.” On any given day, you might see as many as 10 dogs roaming around the building, including Hana Boy, of course ...


Deb McGuire signs copies of her new book, Hawaii’s Pets, Photos of our Animal Ohana, from 11 a.m. to noon Nov. 26 at Barnes & Noble Kahala. Deb took the photos, and husband Tim wrote the text (7373323) ... Polynesian Cultural Center’s “first-served” guest at the renovated Gateway restaurant Nov. 10 was Marine Staff Sgt. Josh Clingerman, just back from Afghanistan, his wife and infant son. The buffet room now seats 1,000 and has an 8,000-square-foot mural and a Samoan fale look

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