Kaimuki artist is paint­ing like mad on Maui this week

MidWeek Islander (East Oahu) - - FRONT PAGE - Carol Chang car­olc@hawaii.rr.com

Kaimuki artist Susie An­der­son joins 20 oth­ers July 3-13 at the Great Makawao PaintOut In­vi­ta­tional, where they paint for seven days all over Maui, then show what they’ve done and get awards. Good luck, Susie …Teacher of the Year at Kaimuki/Kaiser Com­mu­nity School for Adults is Lisa Yanagi, who teaches spe­cial-in­ter­est yoga classes, which al­ways are full, and they keep her en­er­gized, she says. “Yoga is some­thing that never gets old” … The votes are in, and top­ping Hawaii pub­lic li­brary sys­tem’s “most-bor­rowed” list in June are fic­tion and pop: The Pel­i­can Brief by John Gr­isham (book), Mas­ter and Com­man­der: The Far Side of the World (DVD) and HIS­tory: Past, Present and Fu­ture, Book I — Michael Jack­son (CD) … Born to Ka­leo and the pro­lific Laka on Feb. 27, a healthy male At­lantic bot­tlenose dol­phin at Sea Life Park needs a name, and park op­er­a­tions man­ager John Elk­ing­ton is ask­ing for the pub­lic’s help. Think of a great name be­fore Aug. 31 and send it to the Web site, seal­ifeparkhawaii.com/baby. Spe­cial dol­phin-view­ing tours al­ready have be­gun … East Oahu’s new City Coun­cil­man is the man in blue, Lee

Donohue. He ap­pro­pri­ately heads the Pub­lic Safety and Ser­vices Com­mit­tee … Af­ter much feed­back, Pam Bo­yar says they’ve changed the name of their Satur­day mar­ket at Kaiser from Makeke O Mau­nalua to Hawaii Kai Farm­ers Mar­ket. Eat on! … The Lanikai Bike Path 8K fun run Sun­day is in me­mory of Daniel Levey, an avid Kalama Val­ley hiker who died on a fa­vorite trail in 2003. For de­tails, call John Si­monds at 373-3609 … Poly­ne­sian Voy­ag­ing So­ci­ety’s East Oahu mariners Nainoa Thomp­son and Bob Perkins share their plans for Hokule‘a’s up­com­ing world voy­age from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 16 at HCC’s Ma­rine Ed­u­ca­tion & Train­ing Cen­ter (778-8589) … Julius Cae­sar has never looked bet­ter. Hawaii Kai’s Jim Hesse, Aina Haina’s John

Wat and Ka­pahulu’s James Bright are in the cast of the 2010 Hawaii Shake­speare Fes­ti­val’s first play from July 9-18 at The ARTS at Mark’s Garage (800-838-3006)

Baby Dol­phin

Nainoa Thomp­son

Lisa Yanagi

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