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River Street Block Party

It was party time yesterday along Sun Yat Sen Walk in Chinatown.

By Cindy E. Russell

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LAST UPDATED: 02:02 a.m. HST, Aug 22, 2010

Joyce Hiroe sliced a Maui gold pineapple at her vending tent yesterday at the River Street Block Party along Sun Yat-sen Walk in Chinatown.
Carlie Marlow jumped in a bouncer.
A HPD K9 Belgian Malinois named "Robbie" climbed over a Blood Hound named "Annie" to get to their caretaker Paul Vargas (middle) while attending the "River Street Block Party" held on Saturday in Chinatown. Sitting with Vargas was Clerie Silva (left) and Jerry Andrade. Vargas and Silva are members of the HPD Specialized Services Division with K9s and brought the dogs to the block party to share with the public. The Belgian Malinois is trained to detect explosives and the Bloodhound is used to locate missing persons and fugitives.
Ellen Schneider volunteered at the Friends of the Library of Hawaii tent during the "River Street Block Party" held on Saturday along Sun Yat Sen Walk in Chinatown. Schneider was a children's librarian for 40 years before retiring and still loves children's books the best.
Frank Hernandez was one of several artists painting landscapes along College Way on Saturday in Chinatown.
Kili Gerell held a selection of Otto Cake's cheesecake at her vending tent.
Rock doves took to the air along Sun Yat Sen Walk in Chinatown.





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