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KHON special brings back memories of Vietnam War

By Ben Wood

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 11, 2014

Carole Kai Ono­uye of "Hawaii Stars" is presenting a half-hour special, "How Do YOU Remember Vietnam?" at 8 p.m. Tuesday on KHON2. It was written by Bob Jones, who covered the war for The Hono­lulu Advertiser and NBC News and was wounded by friendly fire. Jones conducts interviews with local boys who served in Vietnam in the special, co-hosted by Carole and Kimo Kaho­ano and produced by Dirk Fuku­shima … THE 12TH ANNUAL Taste of Kick Start will get underway at 4 p.m. Aug. 31 and run until 8 p.m. at Hawaii Kai Towne Center near Costco. Kick Start is a program providing activities to combat juvenile delinquency and youth gangs. It provides academic programs and character development through martial arts. Kick Start is spearheaded by former Police Chief Lee Dono­hue. There will be plenty of "good eats," as there are every year at the fundraiser. Food and drinks will be provided by Alan Wong's, Roy's, Tiki's, Tani­oka's, Maile's Bistro, Budweiser, Johnson Brothers and Pepsi. There will be a silent auction and entertainment. Tickets are $200. Call 286-8831 or 753-5617, or go to kickstart­hawaii.org …

Carole Kai Ono­uye of "Hawaii Stars" is presenting a half-hour special, "How Do YOU Remember Vietnam?" at 8 p.m. Tuesday on KHON2. It was written by Bob Jones, who covered the war for The Hono­lulu Advertiser and NBC News and was wounded by friendly fire. Jones conducts interviews with local boys who served in Vietnam in the special, co-hosted by Carole and Kimo Kaho­ano and produced by Dirk Fuku­shima …

THE 12TH ANNUAL Taste of Kick Start will get underway at 4 p.m. Aug. 31 and run until 8 p.m. at Hawaii Kai Towne Center near Costco. Kick Start is a program providing activities to combat juvenile delinquency and youth gangs. It provides academic programs and character development through martial arts. Kick Start is spearheaded by former Police Chief Lee Dono­hue. There will be plenty of "good eats," as there are every year at the fundraiser. Food and drinks will be provided by Alan Wong's, Roy's, Tiki's, Tani­oka's, Maile's Bistro, Budweiser, Johnson Brothers and Pepsi. There will be a silent auction and entertainment. Tickets are $200. Call 286-8831 or 753-5617, or go to kickstart­hawaii.org … Login for more...



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