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Page 10 The CATALINA ISLANDER Friday, June 7, 2002 AR INSU NCE SERVICES, INC. "Over I0 Years Island Experience." Save up to is an in 1992. Affordable Vision, Care. Call 31, 60 "". I ,IIIKRHI/ i llll llK,'l'Hl I Use our e-marl to get your subscriptions, send us your press releases, pla e your classified ad or pass along some good news, ili~l~lllii~l~lili~l |I ~I II ill Ilil iI IIIL&,li~Jli~! Ray Jayne Flores, Broker/Owner Esther Choi, Sales Associate Office ~s~n~ Te- rry Dunlavy & Jennifer Dunlavy I son on winnin Former local Gary Saldana and current resident of Maul, Hawaii, was recently in Califor- nia representing Kahana Outrig- ger Club. For the second year in a row his canoe club fielded a mixed-division team and partici- pated in the Santa Barbara Rig Run outrigger canoe race. The 11-mile course raced around the oil rigs off the coast of Santa Bar- bara--and Saldana and his Team Maul went on to win, beating 25 other coed crews. Representatives from the Kahana, Kihei and Wailea Canoe Clubs joined forces to successful- ly defend the Coed Open Divi- sion title that they first won last" year. The team members consist- ed of Malika Weizbowski, Wailea Canoe Club, Lisa Santos and Tyson Kubo, Kihei Canoe Club and Kekai Keahi, Lani Kane and Gary Saldana from Kahana Canoe Club. The Santa Barbara race attracts canoe clubs from through Califor- nia, Oregon, Washington and Cana- d~ Team Maul is the first Hawaiian crew to participate in the race. The race is the first official race within the Kalifomia Outrig- ger Association (KOA) to recog- nize and promote coed or mixed division racing. Team Maui's par- ticipation has helped to support their efforts. A killer way to advertise 510-0500 The coed team of Mallka Weizbowsld, Kekal Keahl, Lani Kane, Gary Saldana, Tyson Kubo and Lisa Santos recently won the Santa Barbara Rig Run canoe race. The aloha spirit was enjoyed by Lea Mead and 150 of friends and family when they celebrated her 75th birthday, Hawaiian style, at the Blue Parrot recently. Fresh flower leis, Hawaiian music and party favors direct from Hawaii were part of the evening, as were traditional Hawaiian and Tahitian dances performed by Allana Gonzalez, Keani Hoolkaika and Matthea and Audrlana Bombard. Pastor Ran teaches from Jonah at unity Church This Sunday, June 9, at the for the children begins about 10 Avalon Community Church, Pas- a.m. tor Ron Eroen will be delivering a Sunday Night Live, at 6:30 message entitled "Lessons from p.m. in the TeenCenter, offers the Belly of the Beast" from the music, thought-provoking video book of Jonah 2:1-10. drama and comedy and an excit- The Sunday morning service ing look at God's word. Preschool begins with worship at 9:30 a.m childcare is available. with a time of fellowship following Avalon Community Church is the morning service in the Fellow- located on the comer of Metro- ship Hall downstairs. Nursery care pole and Beacon. Call 510-1889 is provided and Sunday School for more information. St. Catherine of Alexandria on Sundays. Catholic Church, a parish of the The weekday mass is preceded Archdiocese of Los Angeles, by the recitation of the Rosary at invites visitors and residents to 7:45 a.m. attend its daily masses. Parish office hours are Monday Father Paul Siebenand offers to Friday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 mass Monday to Friday at 8 a.m p.m. to 4 p.m and confession is Saturday at 5 p.m. and Sundays at heard weekly. 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. A Spanish Call 510-0192 for more infor- speaking mass is held at 6:30 p.m. mation.