Waha Nui

Carol Chang
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December 21, 2011 - MidWeek The East Waha Nui
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Alison ‘Bo’ Tanaka

Hawaii Kai’s Alison “Bo” Tanaka is one of four winners in the New Faces of Paul Brown model search, presented by Honolulu Pulse. Now a UH student, Bo will participate in promotions and public appearances as part of the salons’ 40th anniversary celebration. She’s a model, a published artist, a champion kayaker and much more ...

As we know, APEC engaged the whole island in some way. Administrator Darlene Nakayama reports that delegates also visited Palolo Chinese Home last month ... Former Kaimuki Middle School counselor Randall Ng of Kapahulu has published an account of some of his job experiences. Hawaiian Sunrise to Sunset: A Middle School Counselor’s Diary of a Working Day is available at Barnes & Noble ...

A supporter of Habilitat for several years, Hawaii Kai businessman and jeweler Bruce Bucky gave the rehab facility $5,000 this year, enabling the group to bring 75 Christmas trees to Hawaii and present them to families last weekend at Kamehameha

John Cheever

Homes ... Kalani Valley resident John Cheever is now a renewable energy developer for RevoluSun, working with commercial customers on photovoltaic systems ... Recently honored by the Hawaii Chamber of Commerce as mentors to DOE senior project students are the Kaimuki and Koko Head Lions clubs as well as several businesses ...

The Honolulu Fire Department’s 2011 Civilian Medal of Honor and the American Red Cross’ Lifesaver Hero award went to surveyor Carl Loando, who was working in Wilhelmina Rise April 27 when he saw a house fire and risked his life to enter the home, locate a trapped woman and bring her to safety. Co-worker Chris Newman received a certificate of commendation for helping in the same incident ...

Kahala benefactor Cecilia Blackfield and her family hosted a free after-school holiday turkey meal last Friday for the children of the KalihiPalama community. Cecilia is a longtime supporter of Palama Settlement and many island causes from the moment she arrived here via the Lurline in 1958

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