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Two more projects have been completed thanks to the strong muscles and willing spirit of the Jobcorpsmen of Kokee.
The show, “Amahl and the Night Visitors” will be presented in the Fern Court of the Lihue Shopping Center on a platform erected by the young men of the Job Corps.
Working on the project were Earl Silva, Keith Hind, Jackie Anakalea, Christopher Dias, John Miguel and Lambert Kanakaole.
The last four boys, plus eight more did a ‘terrific Job’, according to Shigeo Miyoshi of the Office of Economic Opportunity, when they moved play equipment for the use of the Head Start Children.
The jungle gymns, swings and see saw saw were dug up from the Koloa Union Church loaded on trucks and taken to the Eleele Headquarters. There they were reset firmly in the ground for the use of the children.
The addition corpsmen were Napoleon Kenoi, Angel Espacio, Ronald Kepano, John Keawe, George Lumlung, Douglas Ravares, Steven Cordeiro and Carlos Kruz.
Both jobs were done strictly on a volunteer basis, and in the boy’s spare time after lessons and on-the-job training.
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