Waha Nui – 11/12/14

Art song music from Mililani High School graduate Daniel Bayot will be performed at 10:15 and 11 a.m. Thursday at the UH West Oahu Campus Center (689-2357). Daniel is a well-known professional singer and composer who gives back to his community. Last year, for example, he directed his alma mater’s first-year choir, Choice of Voice, in The Road Home … Still on the showbiz theme, actor Jack McBrayer (from 30 Rock) appeared last week in Esquire Channel’s Hawaii episode of The Getaway as he strolled across the North Shore, stopping at Waimea Valley and Haleiwa Farmers Market …

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Luke Enriquez (Leilehua 2012) has graduated from Air Force basic training at Lackland AFB, Texas …Congratulations to big slot winners in downtown Las Vegas: Mililani’s Charles Remington $42,479, Wahiawa’s Robyn Cordova $10,776, Mililani’s Thomas Saito $10,146, Mililani’s Kuei Ishii $8,288, Waialua’s Lydia Sato $8,000, and Mililani’s Joseph Kaaikaula $7,960 …

Oceanic Time Warner Cable recently honored its 2014 Outstanding Educators, including Leilehua High’s Rocio Alano, Mililani High’s Janet Leilani Ward and Waialua High’s Martha Akina … Notice that tall grass and weeds have been tamed at Wahiawa’s freeway entrance? That was Wahiawa Lion (and state Rep.) Marcus Oshiro with a mean weedwacker Oct. 11 during HPD’s Project Clean with Lions club members …

Speaking of which, the club’s 68th annual Veterans Day Parade honored all veterans Tuesday on its march up California Avenue, led by grand marshals Glen Arakaki and Yoshinobu Oshiro, both military intelligence veterans, and Mitsuo Hamasu of the 100th Battalion. Addressing the crowd afterward at Fred Wright Park was Brig. Gen. Sean Jenkins of the 25th Infantry Division … Rafael Pajarillo (Leilehua 2010) has graduated from Air Force basic training at Lackland AFB, Texas …

Yes, the Fazio and Palmer golf courses remain open at Turtle Bay Resort, despite the fire in the cart barn last month, reports Kirstin Seal: “The courses are in great shape and are operating business as usual” & & & cchang@midweek.com