Waha Nui

Carol Chang
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November 23, 2011 - MidWeek The East Waha Nui
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Kathryn Teruya

Congratulations to Kathryn Teruya, a 15-year-old Iolani sophomore from Kahala, who was crowned 2012 Miss Hawaii Teen USA Nov. 13. She also scored highest in the swimsuit, interview and evening gown portions of the pageant, along with winning the People’s Choice title ...

Hawaii Kai historian and waterman John Clark‘s new book is out, and it’s got everything you were afraid to ask about surfing, including an extensive glossary of Hawaiian terms. Hawaiian Surfing, Traditions from the Past is available from UH Press ...

Kaiser High School Foundation honored alumni Sara Daly, Evan Fujimoto and Bryan Almadova, educator Roy Nakamura, Pastor Aaron Cordeiro and the late Diane Ueki at its Distinguished Awards Dinner last Sunday in Waikiki ...


Kapahulu actresses Ann Brandman (head nun) and Melinda Maltby (second nun) are in the amazing comedy The House of Blue Leaves, playing now through Dec. 4 at Hawaii Pacific University’s theater in Kaneohe, where fans are coming back to watch it twice (375-1282) ...

Lauren Murata

Closer to home, meanwhile, Hawaii Kai’s Lauren Murata is in Manoa Valley Theatre’s Studio Series production of It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, on stage Dec. 8-11 (988-6131) ... The Kaimuki shop Wabi-Sabi sponsors a Christmas in Honolulu fair from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Nov. 29 at the Japanese Cultural Center, full of “unique and fantastic” gifts by local artists at their best (734-3693) ...

Aina Haina’s Lynne Wikoff has completed a clever new children’s book, On Vacation with Tutu, available from Mutual Publishing (732-1709) ... Aubrey Dunaway and Natalie Ching‘s artwork will be part of the Honolulu City Lights display, thanks to their coloring of cookie shapes last summer in Aina Haina Summer Fun. Look for their work on five giant (10 feet) cookies at city hall next month, adorned by winning entries from 10 keiki in the first Mayor’s Winter Ornament Cookie Cutter art contest ...


Chaminade has a rare reproduction of the handcrafted St. John’s Bible on permanent display, complete with gold-leaf gilding. It’s in the Sullivan Family Librarys, donated by Joanne Sullivan herself.

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