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» The 68th annual Aloha Festivals’ Floral Parade was held Saturday. A Newswatch item on the parade competition winners on Page B2 Monday said it was the 58th annual parade.
» A "Solidarity Sunday" Mass is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Sunday at Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Peace at 1184 Bishop St. Also, a eucharistic liturgy will be held at 5:30 p.m. Sunday at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, 2062 S. King St. The solidarity campaign is a faith-based, anti-violence initiative organized by the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community. A calendar listing on Page B4 Saturday listed an incorrect date.
» Tad Glauthier, vice president of Hawaii operations for Stem Inc., a Millbrae, Calif.-based energy storage company, said, "If there is solar coming in, those electrons could flow into the battery," in reference to his company’s energy storage system. A Page B7 story Monday misspelled his last name and quoted him as saying "electronics" instead of "electrons."
» The Veteran Affairs Pacific Islands Health Care System clinic on the Tripler Army Medical Center campus has undergone internal reorganization to improve efficiency. A Saturday Page B1 story said Tripler Army Medical Center has undergone reorganization.