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Happy Camper for Sunday, March 4, 2018

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Mark Perriello of the Kauai Chamber of Commerce, left, takes his turn congratulating Edwin Sawyer and Eliott Lucas on the blessing of the Kauai Film Academy.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Do you realize that Canada has only three flavors of Girl Scout cookies? Ross MacIsaac of British Columbia picks up flavors they don’t have in Canada from Girl Scouts Maia Mizutani and Noelani Garcia during market sales Friday night at the Safeway store in Hokulei Village.

OK, now it’s time to go find some princesses at Salon J on their Princess Day (it’s amazing they always do it on, or close to, Girls Day).

Congratulations to Edwin Sawyer and Eliott Lucas on the formal blessing and open house for the Kauai Film Academy Friday night (Girl Scout Troop Leader Jennifer Johnston had her troops selling Girl Scout cookies at four locations, including the Safeway at Hokulei Village, and as far away as Ishihara Market and the Safeway at Kauai Village!).

Patsy Rapozo and Sue Kanoho have been getting around, first at the Zonta Club of Kauai meeting, and then at the Kauai Film Academy blessing, and Melissa McFerrin-Warrack was in her element with all those celebrities who flocked over the red carpet (yep, it was the Kauai-style Oscars) at the location Sabra Kauka described as a special place, being surrounded by the recent “The Ocean Around Us,” and the Kauai Society of Artists gallery.

David Sosner (he’s the Kukui Grove Center general manager) said Vance and Rocky (she’s an amazing face painter!) Pascua just inked a contract for Ainofea (they were one of the pop-ups that appeared during the holidays and, more recently, on Valentine’s Day), which is moving toward a final home. Congratulations!


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