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Carol Chang
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December 07, 2011 - MidWeek The Central Waha Nui
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Bill Deuchar

Freshmen and cross country runner Jessica Kawana of Mililani High School and bowler Jasmin Ash of Waialua High made the first round of Hawaii finalists in the Wendy’s High School Heisman Award Program for 2011. The program honors students who “embody the Heisman spirit of hard work and dedication through their outstanding achievements in athletics, academics and community/school leadership.” They won bronze medals, a Heisman patch and $25 Wendy’s gift cards ...

The Hanalani Schools’ Royal Choir and String Ensemble will entertain at Waipio Shopping Center from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday following the 10 a.m. community parade ... Haleiwa resident Bill Deuchar has joined Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties as a Realtorassociate. When he’s not showing homes, you’ll find him sailing, surfing, hiking or woodworking ...

David Howle is now officially executive director and dean of the Mililani campus of Wayland Baptist University and its six military sites on Oahu. His years with Wayland have taken him to the main campus in Plainview, Texas, where he portrayed Dr. James H. Wayland himself on stage and also on mission trips to Kenya, Belgium and Australia. The versatile dean also is the school’s first full-time webmaster ...


Richard Hung and Marco Cervera and the gang at Flagship Fast Lube on Cane Street in Wahiawa have earned high marks from a happy Whitmore customer, Jane Carlson. “They have two new young fellows and they’re very friendly,” she tells me. “The waiting room is gorgeous and the bathroom is so beautiful.” I believe they also fixed her car ...

Wahiawa’s new transit center already has a complaint (in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser‘s Kokua Line) from a passenger with a full-sized car: “too narrow, too steep” ... The Mililani Lions have awarded $1,000 scholarships to Mililani High graduates Kellie StephensonPino, Chelsea Kimura, Bethany Kanda and Kristoffer Raymundo ...


Renowned surf photographer Clark Little marks his Haleiwa gallery’s first anniversary from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday with sales, prizes, calendar signings and a silent auction to benefit the Kelly Slater and Kokua Hawaii foundations, and Waialua High School (6265318)

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