Waha Nui

Carol Chang
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January 11, 2012 - MidWeek The Central Waha Nui
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Dr. Sheryl Gardner retired last month from her gynecology practice in Mililani, but area patients need not worry. Taking over her office is full-time midwife and OB-GYN nurse practitioner Kristen Howard, as well as Dr. Lynette Tsai, who will be available part time. Sheryl says the practice has come full circle since the 1990s when Dr. William McKenzie had his midwife corps serving the fertile community. The new team is located at 95-1249 Meheula Parkway #127 (625-5277) ...

Take heart, Waialua Bandstand fans, John Cutting says the monthly Sunday entertainment will return the first Sunday in March bowing out of its Feb. 5 concert date because of competition from some game called Super Bowl ... Oregon State may not have been a hit on the football field this past semester in Corvallis, but Central Oahu students scored well on its honor roll: Earning a 3.5 or higher gpa were Haleiwa’s Joli Johnston, Waialua’s Gasandria Mae P. Perdido, and Mililani residents Danielle Aio, Shawna Fujita, Jason Iwasa, Brett Kakugawa, Wendi Kobayashi, Lauren Luke and Andrew Thomas ...


Congratulations also to the community’s Fernandez Fun Factory Scholars Jane Au and Julie Au, both 2011 Waialua High graduates. They were awarded $1,000 each plus one-year tuition grants to UH Manoa ... Adam Shimizu, grandson of Wahiawa’s Atanacio Tolentino, has graduated with distinction from Army Reserve basic training at Fort Sill, Okla. ...

Waialua Library has announced its art contest winners, which include first-place entries in their grade level from Sunset Beach Elementary School’s Sofia Buenrostro (grade 1), Moe Johnson (grade 2) and Preeya Galea’i (grade 5) ...

Downtown Las Vegas is a bit poorer since Central Oahu slot players hit the casinos this fall: Mililani’s George Makio won $10,000; Wahiawa’s Jane Oda won $8,656; Mililani’s Rose Frando won $4,655; Wahiawa’s Regina Gagalac won $4,500; and Mililani’s Lila Suzuki and Thomas Yano each won $4,000 ...


Central Oahu residents are cooking up some business success lately. Mililani resident Cheryl Sakihara (.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)) has become an independent consultant with Tastefully Simple Inc., a national direct sales company with easy-toprepare food items. And Wahiawa’s Heather Klemp (.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)) has been promoted to team leader with the company, based on sales and recruiting

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