Happy Camper for Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Rev. Tomo Hojo and his West Kauai Hongwanji ‘ohana will take the wraps off the bon dance at the West Kauai Hongwanji Mission, Hanapepe Temple, this Friday and Saturday, starting with dancing at 7:30 each night.

West Kauai Lions host fishing derby

HANAPEPE — Tajayah Smith had the biggest fish and Kristy Kato snared the most fish Saturday when the West Kauai Lions Club hosted its third annual Youth Fishing Derby on the banks of the Hanapepe River.

Kaulupono spoils Lynx outing

KALAHEO — Kaulupono’s Kierstin Gummerus fired off a three-ball in the final three minutes of its high school division game against the Kauai Lynx to turn things around Monday night during the youth basketball summer league games at the Kalaheo Neighborhood Center.

Sports camp returns

The Uncharted Waters Sports Ministry returns to hold two sports camps starting June 18 through 22.

Zonta Club gives out 18 scholarships

Ten of the 18 students attended the Zonta Club of Hanalei’s Scholarship Luncheon Saturday to accept their awards of $1,000 each at the Nawiliwili Yacht Club clubhouse.

Coach ‘O’ to be honored

“It’s a secret no longer,” said Mokihana Aquatics head coach Orlando “O” Anaya. “The Hawaii Swimming Hall of Fame has posted its 2018 inductees and will announce it in an advertisement in the June 11th edition of the Star Advertiser. The gig is up.”

Happy Camper for Monday, June 11, 2018

Liz Hahn of Kauai Bettas discovered that, in Canada, red ribbon is first and blue ribbon is second. She was at the Kauai Community Market (Melissa McFerrin-Warrack said there were a “bazillion” people present when the market opened, even with the King’s Parade and Celebration (kudos to Melissia Sugai and her “team!”) going on in Lihue.