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Posted on: Sunday, January 28, 2001

Community Calendar

Advertiser Staff


Iolani Palace volunteer tour guides needed. Classes for greeters and guardians begin Feb. 20 and meet on Tuesdays and Saturdays; call for information. 522-0826.

Rotary Club of Pearl Harbor lunch meeting featuring speaker Oz Stender, trustee for the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, on "OHA Reflections," noon, Honolulu International Country Club, 1690 Puumalu St., Salt Lake; $12 fee at door; call Bill Bow for information. 735-8546.


Showcasing Diversity: Research From a Multicultural Perspective, conference featuring undergraduate and graduate students from the University of Hawaii presenting individual research projects, bringing together students, faculty, university administrators and community partners, with guest speaker Dr. Hamilton McCubbin, CEO, Kamehameha Schools, on "Resiliency in Families and Children," 8:30 a.m.-noon, University of Hawaii-Manoa, Campus Center Ballroom; free; parking $3, Dole Street parking structure; public invited; registration deadline Monday. 956-4642.

Screen writers meeting to form Hawaii chapter of the national guild, 7 p.m., University of Hawaii-Manoa, Yukiyoshi Hall; call Keala or Russ for information. 737-8385, 488-2604.

Photo Workshop: Where and How to Take Good Pictures of Hawaii, series of four weekly classes by freelance photographer George Chan, 7-8:30 p.m., through Feb. 21; space limited to nine per class; $25 per class. Chan will reveal his trade secrets; topics include equipment and film, subject research and analysis, composition, focusing, portraiture posing, use of natural light, electronic darkroom and desktop publishing (digital processing, digital photo-library and design of own photo Web sites); call for location and information. 550-2629.

Feb. 5

U.S. Coast Guard boating courses, to obtain certification and insurance and marine safety product discounts, begin 6:30-8:30 p.m., Mondays and Thursdays through March 22, Kalaheo High School, 730 Iliana St., Room A-2; $35 fee includes manual, study guide and handouts; first two courses, "Which Boat Is for You" and "Equipment for Your Boat." 247-3793 (Bob Airhart); also: newly released Coast Guard video, "Top Ten Rescues of the Century," available; call Petty Officer Lauren Smith for information at 541-2170.


Alcoholics Anonymous, call 946-1438 for meeting in your area.

Al-Anon, for family and friends of alcoholics; call for meeting in your area. 948-2666.

Narcotics Anonymous, call 734-4357 for meeting in your area.

Alzheimer’s Association - Honolulu Chapter, 591-2771.

Diabetes Support Group for young adults, the Queen’s Medical Center, 537-7117.

Disordered Eating for women and teens with eating disorders. 262-3345, 262-7922.

Overeaters Anonymous, 737-3469.

National Depressive and Manic Depressive Association Support Group, 372-1991.

Bereavement Support Groups, Castle Medical Center, 263-5343; St. Francis Medical Center, 547-6011. Hospice Hawaii (adults and children groups), 924-9255.

To list your community meeting in the Community Calendar, send notices to Community Calendar, City Desk, Honolulu Advertiser, P.O. Box 3110, Honolulu, HI 96802. Fax: 525-8037.

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