Hot Shots – 11/9/16


Rotary, Narcissus Court Drive

Rotary Club of Kahala Sunrise and members of the 67th Narcissus Queen Court hosted a school supply drive that netted two full carloads of school supplies and $1,300 for underprivileged kids attending public elementary schools in East Honolulu. Pictured are (back, from left) Debi Halcro, Craig Ito, Diana Doan, Del Green, Pat Duarte, Jules Guerrero, Dianne Bosworth, Owen Fukumoto, Alan Ma, (middle) Bonnie Castonguay, Leina Nakasone, Jessica Cheng, Ashley Fu, Jill Fukumoto, Lena Zheng, (front) Kayden Doan, Ryan Kawamoto, Brandon Suyeoka and Isabella Castonguay. PHOTO FROM BRANDON SUYEOKA


ASB Curling Tourney For Kupu

American Savings Bank (ASB) brought the competitive Olympic sport of curling to the Aloha State, along with Olympians from Team USA Oct. 6. In its fourth year, the ASB Curling Tournament at the Ice Palace benefited Hawaii nonprofit Kupu. The first event featured a free curling clinic with members of Kupu’s current Hawaii Youth Conservation Corps Community cohort and students from Moanalua High School. Both events included instruction from Team USA curling Olympians Debbie McCormick and Shawn Rojeski. Pictured are (from left) AJ Halagao, John Neff, Alec Freeman, ASB president and CEO Rich Wacker, Matthew Bauer, John Leong, Julianna Leong and Rojeski. PHOTO FROM ASB


Hanalani School At City Council

City Councilman Ron Menor (front, far right) invited Hanalani Schools’ upper school principal Winston Sakurai (front, second from right) to deliver the Message of Aloha at the Honolulu City Council’s monthly meeting Sept. 7. Also pictured are Council Chairman Ernie Martin (front, far left) and members of Hanalani Schools’ student government. PHOTO FROM COUNCILMAN MENOR