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JANUARY 5, 2022
       W aip‘io Gentry resident Michele Hadano has been named director of acute care services at The Queen’s Medical Center. Hadano pro- vides leadership, administra- tion and clinical and opera- tional management among her duties. Hadano started working at QMC as a reg- istered nurse 37 years ago. In 2001, she transitioned from direct patient care to supporting patient care ini- tiatives within administra- tive work. She has served as coordinator of organiza- tional planning, marketing and communication, as well as leading facility planning and development. She was later promoted to nurse man- ager for surgical services at Queen Emma Tower 8 Di- amond Head. Prior to her current position, she was director of surgical and or- thopedic units from 2014 to 2021. Hadano earned her nursing degree in Tulsa, Oklahoma. For the past six years, she has also been the handler of Queen’s facility dog, Ipo, who brings com- fort and smiles to patients, staff and visitors ... The Turtle Bay Foundation, the charitable giving arm of Tur- tle Bay Resort, raised more than $70,000 to support North Shore and Ko‘olau- loa communities through its recent eighth annual golf tournament at Arnold Palm- er Golf Course. For more information, visit turtle- ... U.S. Rep. Ed Case has announced his 2022 nominations to the nation’s service academies. They include Mililani High School students Seonmin Kim and Raine Komata for the U.S. Air Force Academy, and Leonardo Sabetta for
the U.S. Military Academy. “I take my responsibility to nominate deserving ap- plicants from my district to our legendary service acad- emies very seriously, and personally interviewed all 34 potential nominees be- fore making my decisions on nominations,” Case states. “I was truly impressed with the applicants, and it was very encouraging and re- warding to have spent time with our next generation of military leaders” ... World Surf League announced has announced the delivery of the We Are One Ocean pe- tition to the United Nations Convention on Biodiversity in Kunming, China. It calls on world leaders to protect and conserve 30% of the global ocean by 2030. WSL also previously selected North Shore-based Mālama Pūpūkea-Waimea as one of the five recipients of the in- augural WSL PURE grant program, awarded to organi- zations whose work is in sup- port of We Are One Ocean ... Organizations in Cen- tral O‘ahu can help provide students with sponsorship opportunities now through Jan. 21. The Hawai‘i work- force development nonprofit ClimbHI has reached nearly 1,400 public high school stu- dentsinthefirsttwoyearsof
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