• Kaizley Kaiilimakamaepulamahekupaaokekai Kahalekomo Schmidt • Emmarie Ellie Grace Saucedo Perez • Oscar Omesh Hermanns • Jessie Analea Kalilinoe Ai Lin Lopez • Lianka Lyman • Teigen Rei Matsumura • Dariyen Jiraiyah Kiyoshi Ishida • Le‘ia Makaleha Asuncion • Nniero Markolie Peralta Jamorabon • Kalaola Kaluna Kamalamalama Kia
You blink, and the next thing you know, it’s June! Where did May go to? Kudos to Angela Hoover of the Girl Scouts of Hawaii, Kauai, and all the Boy Scouts (Blaze Batoon was camping with Troop148 at Salt Pond Beach Park for the weekend) for showing up and helping at the Memorial Day observance presented by theKauai Veterans Council! Kudos to all the keiki at the public schools for making all the lei, and more mahalo to everyone elsewho took time to remember our veterans!
John Bartholomew (he was helping with the weekly Kamalani and Lydgate parks cleanup) is running out of time for amateur wrestling because Coach Mac Pigott said this Saturday is the medal round where the wrestlers get their hardware for the spring season tournaments.
The first contingent of immigrant Puerto Rican sugar contract laborers – 56 in number – arrived in Honolulu aboard the S.S. City of Rio de Janeiro on Dec. 23, 1900, and were sent to Lahaina, Maui on the steamer Lehua to work at Pioneer Mill Company.