East Oahu’s friendli­est neigh­bor has a party, and every­one’s in­vited

MidWeek Islander (East Oahu) - - FRONT PAGE - Carol Chang

East Oahu’s friendli­est neigh­bor, Jim Nabors, will present A Merry Christ­mas with Friends & Nabors at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 27-28 and 2 p.m. Nov. 29 at Hawaii The­atre. He’s bring­ing the Di­a­mond Head The­atre Shoot­ing Stars on stage with him as well as East Oahu song­bird Karen Keawe­hawaii and many more (528-0506) … Hawaii Kai’s

Suzanne Frazer of B.E.A.C.H. has taken the group’s anti-plas­tic cam­paign to Hilo, where she spoke last Satur­day at the UH Hilo cam­pus about “Plas­tic: Im­pacts on our health, marine life and the en­vi­ron­ment” and showed the film

Syn­thetic Sea Story. Want to know more? Call 393-2168 … Kalani High 2009 grad­u­ate

Ju­lianne Chu was crowned the 2010 Miss Hawaii Teen USA at the Waikiki pageant last week, where she also won the evening gown com­pe­ti­tion. Ka­hala res­i­dent and UH Manoa fresh­man, Ju­lianne wants to be a pe­di­a­tri­cian some day … Hawaii Kai’s Har­bor Church has moved to Kaimuki, and now has ser­vices at Li­holiho Ele­men­tary. Pas­tor Matt Dirks and flock in­tro­duced them­selves by hold­ing a Hal­loween fun fair at the school for 500 peo­ple and col­lect­ing 300 cans of food for Hawaii Food­bank … Meet the newly cer­ti­fied teach­ers’ aides from Kaimuki Ashley

Gibo and Corie Hee. They earned their child­care cre­den­tials through on­line train­ing pro­vided by KCAA Preschools while they worked full time at two of KCAA sites (Moili­ili and Wa­ialae Ka­hala) … Rick Smith of Kuliouou val­ley and Joe Lohmeier of Kaimuki will play mu­sic with Mil­li­cent Cum­mings dur­ing her HPR show at 7:30 p.m. Satur­day at Ather­ton stu­dio (955-8821) … Mo­saic tile de­signs cre­ated by Wil­helmina Rise artist Leah

Kilpatrick Rigg are now grac­ing the new food court at Wind­ward Mall in Ka­neohe. For a sam­ple of her work closer to home, just look up at the Hawaii Self-Stor­age build­ing in Ka­pahulu as you drive by … Saint Louis School grad Kalama Cabigon was a fea­tured mas­ter sto­ry­teller last month at the Maui Sto­ry­telling Fes­ti­val. Flu­ent in Hawai­ian and a stu­dent of kumu hula

John Lake, Kalama also sings and chants with the lo­cal band, Kupa‘aina. In fact, you might hear some of their mu­sic dur­ing Sun­day prac­tice ses­sions at Kalama’s house in Ka­pahulu … Christy Ai­wohi of Kuliouou has earned her Grad­u­ate Real­tor In­sti­tute des­ig­na­tion for res­i­den­tial real es­tate agents. Christy works with Cen­tury 21 All Is­lands … East Oahu has some cer­ti­fi­ably smart bankers as well.

Pauline Loh-Sakashita of Hawaii Kai (first vp at Amer­i­can Sav­ings) and Scott Yoshi­hara of Kaimuki (vp at Bank of Hawaii) have grad­u­ated from Pa­cific Coast Bank­ing School, a three-year course in lead­er­ship and fi­nan­cial man­age­ment at Uni­ver­sity of Wash­ing­ton … Co­me­dian Bo

Irvine paid a light­hearted visit to Ka­hala Nui re­cently on the heavy sub­ject of “Se­ri­ously, Liv­ing with Di­a­betes Can be Funny” … KCC in­struc­tors Ann Inoshita (po­ems) and

Kahika­healani Wight (man­u­script) are in the “Not Pau Yet” sec­tion of Bam­boo Ridge’s new edi­tion and will read from their work at the book launch Nov. 23 at UH (6261481)

Ju­lianne Chu

Ashley Gibo

Corie Hee

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