Lalokalosipani News: 27 April 2011
Malo e lelei famili, Kataki fakamolemole pe he fuoloa 'a e ta'e 'a'ahi mai ki he feitu'u ni. Ko e 'atunga pe ia 'a e ta'e 'i ai 'a e me'a ngaue fakataha mo e tokoto ia 'a e tangata faiongoongo 'a e Lalo Kalosipani 'i falemahaki pea 'alu ai ia mo 'ene laptop kae 'ikai ke ma'u ha internet ke fai atu ai ha ki'i ongoongo. Ko e faingamalie ni ko e hu ta'epoaki ia ki he 'ofisi 'o e taha 'o 'emau deputy principal 'o fakavave'i atu ai 'a e ki'i ongoongo ko eni. Ko 'etau tangata faiongoongo (Hiko jr), he is still at the hospital. After the surgery, it was found out that there were pus in his left kidney, so he was to remain in the hospital to drain out the pus as the doctors inserted a tube to drain it out. Now he is still there for the follow ups of the doctors and awaiting the news whether his kidney can be treated to recover or worse. He looks well now, but we still pray that his left kidney can be cured.
Hange ko e ongoongo na'e fakahoko atu 'e Paul Quinn, our inter-collegiate athletic sport competition is now over ka mau ma'u a ha malolo mei he ako fakakaekae, and especially for our athletic team having a rest and catching up with their lost Tongan meal that was restricted during their preparation which includes our very own, Susitina Ta'ai. She was in the 800metres and their midget girls relay team. Ko hotau ki'i famili ne nau 'ohovale he tu'unga na'e 'i ai 'a e lele 'a Susitina especially the 800 metres. In the final, it was only left for the place judges to decide the gold and the silver between Susitina and the rep from 'Eua High School. Ne toki fakamo'oni'i ai 'e he helo 'Eua, that there is no hill or mountain in Tongatapu for them to experience the hardship and endurance of going up the hill which gave them extra energy and fitness. Ka neongo ia, ne fu'u 'ohovale 'a e fanga uncle (Matahau) 'a Susitina he lelei 'ene lele pea 'oku 'ikai ke te fakaanga he na'e 'ikai ke 'asi ha taha ia he fanga uncle ko ia he track. At the end Susitina got a silver medal for the 800 metres and bronze for the relay, while Liahona got the gold for that relay, and the last person from this relay team from Liahona to take the baton to the tap was Samuela Kaumatule's daughter, Lavinia. 'I he lolotonga ni 'oku lolotonga fakahoko atu ai 'a e 'a 'aho 'a e me'a faka'eiki 'o Vai, pea 'e fakahekeheka ia ki hono 'api malu 'a efiafi. Ka ko 'apongipongi, 'e fakahoko ai mo e me'a faka'eiki 'e taha ko e fa'e 'a 'Anaseini Lutui. Lolotonga teuteu ai pe 'a e kaingalotu ki he katoanga'ofa 'i he Monite kaha'u, ka ko e 'aho 'o Sangato Sosefo 'oku hoko ia 'i he 'aho Sapate. Ka 'i he Sapate Toetu'u ne fakahoko ai ha po hiva fakaPalokia 'a e Palokia Hihifo ki Matahau pe, pea ne lava lelei atu ia mo fakamafana foki, tautefito ki he supper after the Po hiva. Mahalo ko e ngata'anga pe ia 'a e ki'i news 'oku 'oatu he taimi ni, ka u 'alu a ki he'eku kalasi na'a tuli au 'e he Pule Ako. Pea huge congratulations to Manoa and Loviani for being a father and mother and their new baby girl Maliana Sisifa No.3. 'Ofa atu kia kimoutolu. 'Ofa atu to you all, 'Analena