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   ALL-NEW mobility technology
Introducing the world’s lightest mobility scooter with anti-tip technology
The So LiteTM Scooter is easy to transport and almost impossible to tip over.
 Like millions of older Americans,
I struggle with mobility. For years,
I watched my quality of life slip
away, as I was forced to stay home while friends and family took part in activities I’d once enjoyed. I thought I’d made some progress when I got
a mobility scooter, but then I realized how hard it was to transport. Taking it apart and putting it back together was like doing a jigsaw puzzle. Once
I had it disassembled, I had to try to put all of the pieces in the trunk of a car, go to wherever I was going, and repeat the process in reverse. Travel scooters were easier to transport, but they were uncomfortable and scary to drive, I always felt like I was ready to tip over. Then I found the So LiteTM Scooter. Now there’s nothing that can hold me back.
Years of work by innovative engineers have resulted in a scooter that’s designed with seniors in mind. They created Electronic Stability Control (ESC) that makes it virtually impossible to tip over. If you try
to turn too quickly, the scooter automatically slows down to prevent it from tipping over. The battery
2 Carry-all bags
(a $38.90 value)
Exclusive Electronic Stability Control helps prevent tipping
provides powerful energy at a fraction of the weight of most batteries. With its rugged yet lightweight aluminum frame, the So LiteTM Scooter is the most portable scooter ever—but it
can hold up to 275 pounds—yet weighs only 40.8 pounds without the battery! What’s more, it easily folds up for storage in a car seat, trunk or even on an airplane. It folds in seconds without tools and is safe and reliable. Best of all, it’s designed with your safety in mind, from the newest technology and superior craftsmanship. Why spend another day letting your lack of mobility ruin your quality of life? Call now and find out how you can get a So LiteTM Scooter of your very own.
          Why a So LiteTM Scooter is better:
• Latest “No-Tip” Technology
• Lightweight yet durable
• Folds and locks in seconds
• Easier to operate
        The So LiteTM Scooter
Call now Toll-Free 888-868-4784
Please mention code 601450 when ordering
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  The Challenger Core Soccer Camp is com- ing to O‘ahu this sum- mer and Windward keiki can participate. Challenger Sports has teamed up with American Youth Soccer organization clubs 113, 118, 269 and 769 to bring soccer camps to the community at a variety of lo- cations on the island on June 5-9 and 12-16, and July 10- 14, 17-21, and 24-28. The camp is designed for keiki to have the opportunity to learn, grow and share a pos- itive and educational camp experience. Teams are also welcome to attend. Space is limited, so parents are en- couraged to sign up online in advance. To register and for more information, visit chal- or email osharp@challengersports. com ... Two business leaders from Kailua were among the honorees at NAIOP (National Association of Industrial and Office Properties) Hawai‘i’s 26th annual Kukulu Hale Awards event on May 5. The awards recognize excellence in Hawai‘i’s commercial real estate industry. Corbett Ka- lama earned an Outstanding Service Award and Harry Saunders received a Life- time Achievement Award. Following 32 years of service with First Hawaiian Bank, Kalama joined the Hawai‘i
Don Robbins
Regional Editor 808-529-4858
Corbett Kalama
office of the Harry and Jea- nette Weinberg Foundation in 2013 and rose to the position of executive vice president, responsible for management of all Hawai‘i operations, including its $1 billion-plus real estate portfolio. It funds a large portion of the foun- dation’s grantmaking nation- wide, including the annual distribution of $12 million in grants to local nonprofits. He retired from the foundation in December. Saunders, mean- while, is president of Castle & Cooke Hawai‘i. During a career that now spans nearly five decades, he has learned the ins and outs of real es- tate development from the bottom up. During his ten- ure, Saunders has overseen 15 development projects and spearheaded the company’s expansion of agritourism, setting a path of diversifi- cation ... Kailua’s Kristen
Kellie Nakahara
Digital and Video Sales Manager 808-529-4364
Harry Saunders
Reyno, the artist behind Lola Pilar, participated in the recent Terrace of Mod- ern Art series at Outrigger Waikīkī Beachcomber Hotel. Titled Local Artists for Local Lifeguards, the free outdoor art exhibition supported the North Shore Lifeguard Asso- ciation ... Congratulations to Windward Community Col- lege students Iyiana Alyssa Ogo, Sscents Erler, Sophia Kaawa Aweau and Deedee Laniola Teisina, who have won Live Your Dream educa- tion grant awards from area Soroptimist sponsor clubs. Ogo received the award from Soroptimist International of Waikīkī Foundation Inc., Erl- er got the honor from Sorop- timist International of Cen- tral O‘ahu, while Aweau and Teisina received theirs from Soroptimist International of Honolulu ... drobbins@mid-
Jarrett Belaras
Account Executive 808-620-8206
Director of Advertising
Darin Nakakura 808-529-4726

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