Happy Camper for Sunday, November 26, 2017

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Joel, Cody and Debbie Gresmeyer of Ogden, Utah, enjoy lunch at the Kapaa Interfaith Association community Thanksgiving lunch at the Kapaa All Saints Church gym.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Doug and Sandy McMasters provide entertainment at the Kapaa Interfaith Association community Thanksgiving lunch at Kapaa All Saints Church gym.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Kellie Hines of Hokuala ladles gravy on dishes earmarked for delivery at the Kapaa Interfaith Association community Thanksgiving lunch at All Saints Church in Kapaa.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Pikachu or Minion? Kathy Shibuya has a Pikachu cap on as she leads the Mark’s Place volunteers in setting up plates for the Kapaa Interfaith Association community Thanksgiving lunch at All Saints Church in Kapaa.

Kathy Shibuya of Mark’s Place said they were all Minions with their yellow shirts. But she had a Pikachu cap on. Pikachu, Minions, they’re all the same, she said. They’re yellow!

Kudos to Mary Margaret Smith and all the Kapaa Interfaith Association on hosting a great community lunch on Thanksgiving. And mahalo to Mark Oyama (even he had a yellow shirt on) and his ohana (Wendy left early with a van load of volunteers so they could wash dishes back in Puhi) for doing all the work for the great meal.

Meanwhile, Stacie Chiba Miguel (great job on the snow!) of The Shops at Kukuiula (Jennifer Ortal’s coconut donuts go like hotcakes) got a chance to get in on the Black Friday deals at The Home Depot, and Ron Wiley was busy passing out coupons and other goodies (the coloring page had a Jamba coupon at the bottom) to youngsters who went along for the ride.

OK, now that the turkey excitement is over, it’s the Holy Sovereigns service at All Saints Episcopal Church (the church’s makeover is fantastic), and just down the street, it’s Bohdi Day at the Kapaa Hongwanji Mission on Dec. 3.

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