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Island Images

For Sunday, June 22, 2014


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Randon Tuitama, 17, of Pauoa reached to catch a football while skim-boarding after he paddled in the Hui Waa Regatta at Maili Beach Park in Waianae on Sunday.
The Manoa Royals are 4-6 year olds learning how to play baseball near Manoa Elementary School. They are coached by Jared and Janel Ikeda (brother and sister). This is (left to right) Lincoln Yamasaki, Brody Taniguchi and Chandon Kipi lining up as they wait for a ball to be thrown. They are learning how to field and throw a ball.
The Manoa Royals are 4-6 year olds learning how to play baseball near Manoa Elementary School. They are coached by Jared and Janel Ikeda (brother and sister). This is (front to back) Chandon Kipi, Brody Taniguchi and Lincoln Yamasaki lining up as they wait for a ball to be thrown. They are learning how to field and throw a ball.
Four cranes dominated the view in the Ala Moana area Thursday. They were set up for work on the Ala Moana Center renovation.
Kayakers in the Olympic Development Program took off during practice near Magic Island on Thursday.
A cannon in front of the Hawaii Maritime Museum in Hono­lulu Harbor drew the attention of the Copado family Friday. George Copado, left, his sister Valerie and uncles Danny and David Copado examined the old weaponry. In the background is the Falls of Clyde.
First Hawaiian Bank employees Rika Hirata, left, Michael Anduha, Chris Viernes, Sean Spencer and Josh Grant gathered trash at Kahala Beach.
Rafael Bergstrom of the Surfrider Foundation weighed a bag full of trash at Diamond Head Beach.
Straub Clinic and Hospital celebrated the summer solstice Saturday with the debut of its 614-panel rooftop solar system. Holding signs in support of solar energy were, from left: Cindy McMillan, state Rep. K. Mark Takai, Caitlin Pomerantz, Jan Pappas, Dave Choo, Kennedy Choo and Drew Astolfi.
Pamela Hamamoto, right, was sworn in by Vice President Joe Biden on Friday to the post of ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva. More than 90 invited guests participated in the ceremony in Washington, D.C. Among them were Irene Hirano Inouye, president of the U.S.-Japan Council, and James Scott, president of Punahou School, from which both Hamamoto and President Barack Obama graduated. Hamamoto’s husband, Kurt Kaull, second from right, and children, Justin, hidden behind Biden, and Jessica participated in the ceremony.
Kevin Chong of Honolulu cast his fishing line Sunday at Kakaako Waterfront Park.
Disney character Lilo of the 2002 film “Lilo & Stitch” appeared to smile at two pedestrians as they walked past the store window of Bailey’s Antiques & Aloha Shirts along Kapa­hulu Avenue on Sunday.
Brock Asato, left, and Kelcie Yama­shita from the Taiko Center of the Pacific Youth Group performed “4-2-1” on the “chu daiko” Saturday at the Neal Blaisdell Concert Hall. The group performed as part of the pre-show entertainment for Hawaii Opera Theatre’s production of “The Mikado.”
Eiji Umatani, 7, on vacation from Singapore, took his first surfing lesson at Queen’s Surf Beach in Waikiki on Monday from instructor Lance Conner of Hans Hedemann Surf School.
CAPTIVE AUDIENCE
The state Sheriff Division K9 Unit paid a visit Thursday to Summer Adventure students at Hawaii Baptist Academy. Zorro, whose handler is Deputy Sheriff Randall Silva, waited for a command.
Kaewai, a Labradoodle, got soaked by a wave Friday near the Wai­kiki Natatorium.
Leon Day, or the halfway mark to Christmas, was observed by Salvation Army bell ringers across the state Wednesday. Sweetie Pacarro got the word out on her cellphone while Jennifer Hee, left, and Randy Mulch of the Salvation Army rang their bells at the Walmart on Keeaumoku Street.
Henry Payne, 9, left, and Brendan Kwaku, 8, flew their kites while Brendan’s brother, Sydney, 12, right, tried to keep the kite lines from tangling during an outing Monday at Sandy Beach.
Henry Payne, 9,and Brendan Kwaku, 8, flew their kites while Brendan’s brother, Sydney, 12, tried to keep the kite lines from tangling during an outing Monday at Sandy Beach.





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