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In Escrow POINTE AT WAIKOLOA New Listing! Rarely available Pointe at Waikoloa-immaculate 2 bedroom/2.5 bath second fl oor unit with loft fronting the Waikoloa Village Golf Course. Gated, well maintained complex in the heart of Waikoloa. Spacious kitchen with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and pendant lighting. Master and guest bedrooms open up to enclosed lanai. The perfect spot to watch the sun or moon rise over Mauna Kea. Parking for two vehicles-one garage and one assigned adjacent to pool. Price Reduced! $497,000 Jeannette M. Young, R www.BigIsle.com REAL ESTATE • DEVELOPMENT • SALES 808-885-5557 65-1323 KAWAIHAE ROAD • KAMUELA, HAWAII 96743 • OFFICE: (808) 885-5557 • FAX: (808) 885-4895 14 | TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 2016 School News Two Senior Athletes To Play NCAA D-I Sports Hawaii Preparatory Academy seniors Kana’ikai Gaughen and Emma Taylor signed their National Letters of Intent in April at the school’s Castle Gym with their coaches, family and friends in attendance. is fall, Gaughen will continue his baseball career at Mississippi Valley State University (NCAA Division I) and Taylor will continue her track career at Boston College (NCAA Division I) in Massachusetts. Pictured with Gaughen and Taylor are Jordan Hayslip, HPA baseball head coach; Lupe Diaz, HPA baseball assistant coach; Kaai Spencer, HPA track assistant coach; and Pat Lau, HPA track head coach. (COURTESY PHOTO) Waimea Country School Student Wins Peace Poem Grand Prize Malia Mitchell, a Waimea Country School h grader, was named the grand prize winner for Hawaii Island at the 17th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Peace Poetry Awards in Hilo on Saturday, April 16. e event was sponsored by the International Peace Poem Project. is year, 202 entries were submitted by students at nine Hawaii Island schools. Of those, six were chosen for the Golden Circle Honor. Mitchell was given the grand prize from that group. She received a Certi cate of Special Recognition signed by Governor Ige, as well as a Waimea Country School student Malia Mitchell stands with Peace Poem Coordinator Melinda Gohn at the 17th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Peace Poetry Awards in Hilo on April 16. (COURTESY PHOTO) painting contributed by Sargent’s Fine Art Gallery in Lahaina. ‘Sight Is Beautiful’ Contest Winners Are Announced Winners in the annual Kohala Lions “Sight Is Beautiful” poster contest at Kohala Elementary were recognized on April 11. Awards were given to students in the kindergarten through h grade classes. e winning posters were matted along with a monetary prize of $20 for 1st place, $15 for 2nd place, $10 for 3rd place and $5 for 4th place. Kohala Elementary kindergarten winners included Evin Bumanglag, Kaydence Vaefaga, Livie Hart and Kelsy Secuya, pictured here with Lions Rose Mae Watterson, David Eichner, Jesus Solis, Dixie Adams and Jon Adams. (COURTESY PHOTO)


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