Waha Nui

Carol Chang
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November 23, 2011 - MidWeek The Islander
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Brandie Cazimero

Congratulations to 26year-old Brandie Cazimero, a Hawaiian Airlines flight attendant from Kaneohe, who was crowned the 2012 Miss Hawaii USA Nov. 13. She also scored highest in the swimsuit and interview portions of the pageant ... The Professional Women’s Network awarded scholarships to two members from Lanikai. Aiming for a new career, Leslie Thomson is using her grant to attend photography workshops. Elizabeth “Biz”

Kellam is going to seminars and courses to upgraded her Realtor services ... Laura Thielen is resettled in Waimanalo (not Kailua as reported here earlier) where she tends to a small orchard with her husband. “Right now, it looks like a bunch of sticks in the ground,” says the mayor’s agricultural liaison ...


The word is that HPU’s The House of Blue Leaves is so funny that fans are returning to see it a second time. Local folks helping to create the magic on the Hawaii Loa campus stage are Lisa Barnes (Bunny) and Jason Kaye (Ronnie) of Kaneohe, and Kailua’s Stacy Ray (Bananas). Don’t miss out: (375-1282) ... Kaneohe illustrator Tammy Yee‘s excellent artwork enlivens a new children’s book by Lynne Wikoff, On Vacation with Tutu, available from Mutual Publishing (732-1709) ...

Sarah Chase

John Haili reports that the homeless campers at Waimanalo Beach Park (and he’s one of them) have been cleaning up the park and trimming the hedge. “All the news seems negative,” he said Nov. 16, “but this is something good that they’re doing” ...

Now a senior accounting major at Chapman University in California, Sarah Chase (Kalaheo 2008) has landed her third internship a nine-month experience with internal auditing of Disney operations. “I’m also assisting a consulting team with their crosssegment account reconciliation review revamp project,” she adds. (Huh?) ...


Kailua’s Tony Pisculli knows how to fight with sharp objects. Really. The international master fight choreographer teaches Stage Combat at Hawaii Theatre techniques for safe, effective and theatrical stage fighting. He’ll also choreograph fight scenes for an upcoming Macbeth production

 

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