Karen R Sabog -- Kalena's Home PageTime 2021-10-27 06:04:17
Web Name: Karen R Sabog -- Kalena's Home Page
Description:keywords:Karen Sabog, Kalena, KahunaTek LLC, Kahuna Tek, Web Kahuna, WebKahuna, Hawaii Internet Ambassador of Aloha, Merrie Monarch Hula Festival, NYSC, NYSCAA, National Youth Science Camp Alumni Association, Karen in Hawaiian, Hawaiian for Karen, Hawaii, Hawai'i description:Home Page for Karen R Sabog of Waipahu and Ewa Beach, Hawaii. Kalena's Home Page
Kalena is the Hawaiianized-English name for Karen
Internet Activities “Hawaii Internet Ambassador of Aloha,” providing information on ... Hawaiian Music and Culture in the New York City Metro Area Hawaiian Music and Culture in the Greater Boston and New England Area Merrie Monarch Festival and Hula Competition held annually in Hilo,Hawaii National Youth Science Camp Alumni Association (HawaiiDelegate in1982). Mirror Site for Huapala Hawaiian Music and Hula Archives (byrequest and with permission of Kaiulani Kanoa Martin) Contractor KahunaTek LLC Ubicom (acquired by Qualcomm) Demandbase Spansion Tanis Communications Denali Data Systems HMSA Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Hawaii For the Curious... The REAL Me just a glimpse My family name should actually be “Sabong” which means “flower” in Ilocano the Filipino dialect of Ilocos Norte in the Northern Philippines Alumni of St Joseph School in Waipahu and Sacred Hearts Academy in Honolulu Alumni of the Boston University College of Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (originally majored in Aerospace Engineering) Recipient of US Air Force ROTC and National Society of Professional Engineers 4-Year Engineering Scholarships Aloha! Home Hawaii Family Friends Real Me Guest Book Home | Hawaii | Family | Friends | Real Me | Guest Book Copyright © 1995-2013 Karen R Sabog. All rights reserved. “Hawaii Internet Ambassador of Aloha” is a trademark of Karen R Sabog.
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