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Afirst-ever for Muumuu Heaven is the father-son photography exhibit featuring pro surfer Buzzy Kerbox and his son Kasey, who is an award-winning artist at Kalaheo High (where his photos are up in the library). The show opened March 14 at 767 Kailua Road, and it runs through April 12 (263-3366) … Lucky break. Watson Togiailua was practicing with the semi-pro Kailua Storm football team when European Sports scout Brian Pirone noticed his skills. Now Watson’s signed with the Eidsvoll 1814s of the Norway American Football Federation, and he’s set to help the team “beat the Oslo Vikings” …

Kathie Wells of Community Helping Schools says Lanikai Elementary’s special ed department needs a small microwave oven. Call 263-6703 or go to communityhelpingschools.org … If it’s not too late, you can hear Kevin Sabet and John Redman of Smart Approaches to Marijuana discuss the anti-legal perspective at 6 p.m. March 19 at Queen Liliuokalani Children’s Center on Haiku Road (235-7747). It includes dinner! …

Kailua artist David Friedman has five painting on view in Honolulu Hale at AHA’s 43rd annual Aloha Show. Hurry, it closes Thursday (551-1956). David’s fellow Kailua artist Warren Stenberg earned one of the top honors at the show for his ‘Color Me Kualoa.’ Warren’s paintings also are at Island Treasures Art Gallery in Kailua (262-8306) …

Kailua’s Tyler Tanaka was on the fall dean’s list at Springfield College in Massachusetts, where he’s studying health sciences, and Kailua’s Brandee Goo made that same list at University of Evansville in Indiana where she’s majoring in psychology … Prior to a trip to Guam this month related to her Jimmie Trimble Scholarship Award (Feb. 27 Islander story), Kalaheo senior and Pyramid Rock Young Marine Storme Digiovanni flew to New York City March 3 to observe a conference of the UN Office of the Commission on the Status of Women …

Kailua’s Xochitt Conejo‘s great design (out of 2,700 entries submitted) won Honorable Mention and a $1,000 scholarship in Alaska Airlines’ “Spirit of the Islands” paint-the-plane contest … Pat Gomes-Woolsey was Charlie Hendrix‘s volleyball coach at Castle (not Woolsey-Gomes) … Kailua’s Everett Leeds has graduated from Army basic training at Fort Benning, Ga.

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