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Carol Chang

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Hawaii writer Stafford-Ames Morse, now retired to the Mainland, seeks details about Waialee Training School for Boys, now a burned-out building in front of the old Crawford Convalescent Home on the North Shore. His father was athletic director there in the war years and they lived on the property. He’d of Waialee, and anyone connected with it may email him at morsesa@hotmail.com …

The Fisher House 5K run is Aug. 18 at Pacific Aviation Museum, and combat boots are still welcome from donors. Hopefully, 5,000 sets of empty boots will line the span of Ford Island Bridge that day in memory of our fallen soldiers, including Toby Olsen (Mililani 1997), who was killed in Iraq in 2007. His mother Lis, a program manager for Survivor Outreach Services at Fort Shafter, is helping collect the boots. To offer help, call 561-7423 or 438-9285 …

High- fives to Mililani High’s HMSA Kaimana Scholarship winners ($3,000 each) for outstanding academics and athletics, sportsmanship and community service: Heather Higashi and Shayna Hokama … Add North Shore resident Cindy Flanagan to the list ofCentral Oahu folks who recently joined Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties Realtor-Associates …


Cindy Flanagan

Lucky slot players in downtown Las Vegas recently include Mililani’s Garrett Suzuki $14,800; Wahiawa’s Jane Oda $8,573, Josephine Chargualaf $8,225 and Lauretta
Sewake $7,659; and Mililani’s Ututau Tupua $4,000 …

Wahiawa ophthalmologist Christopher Tortora knows you like your contact lenses, but, doggonit, you’ve got to treat ’em right when you clean up! His advice: “Be sure hands are always clean and dry, follow instructions, don’t use saline solution, don’t top off the case, use fresh solution each time, and don’t share your contacts.” Then tune into his Hawaiian Eye radio show at 8 a.m. Saturdays on KHVH

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