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Carol Chang
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November 23, 2011 - MidWeek The Central Waha Nui
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J. Jerviss-Apo

The North Shore Chamber of Commerce will honor Aunty Betty Jenkins at its annual Christmas Party and Auction, set for Dec.1 at Turtle Bay Resort. Betty has been a leader, teacher and cultural adviser to the community for decades ...

Wahiawa actor Aaron Roberge plays Billy in the surprise hit comedy The House of Blue Leaves, playing now through Dec. 4 at Hawaii Pacific University’s theater in Kaneohe. Fans are returning to see it twice (375-1282) ...


Joining Coldwell Banker is Jennifer Jerviss-Apo, who grew up in Wahiawa. Jennifer will work out of its Leeward office as a Realter associate ... Spotted recently on Oahu streets were these conflicting license-plate messages: NONVME and YUJLUS ...

It’s good to have an experienced banker in the community. Central Pacific Bank has appointed Terry Tanaka vice president and manager II at its Mililani branch. Terry has 20 years in the industry, including time at manager of Bank of Hawaii’s Wahiawa branch ... Hale Kula Elementary has stepped into the green movement. The school on Schofield Barracks just blessed a new outdoor classroom that includes raised planter boxes and a large tank to harvest rainwater ...

Terry Tanaka

Mililani Lions Club’s continuing vision screenings at local schools are anything but routine. This fall they tested 45 pre-kindergartners at Hanalani and recommended seven for further evaluation by their doctors. Then at Mililani Waena they referred 28 out of 169 students for further hearing checks ...

Director Derek Ka’apana and his Mililani High band will be on their feet all day Dec. 3 first at the Mililani holiday march and later in the Honolulu City Lights Parade. The next day is their winter concert (see Highlights) ...


And you can catch Na Kamali’i O Iliahi singing at 7 p.m. Dec. 7 at Pearlridge Center Uptown ... Kekoa Yoshinaga (Mililani 2009) has graduated from Army basic training at Fort Jackson, S.C. ... Mililani High School graduate Jason Uza has won a 2011 Hui Makaala Scholarship to support his studies in business, currently under way at UH Manoa

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