While visiting Pete Gallardo (Aunty Aloha’s Egg Hunt is Sunday from noon in Kapa’a!), Bev Brody and her workout girls were closing out the day on the front steps of the Kapa’a Armory.
That visit with Pete was most productive as K-PAL wrestling is back on Thursday nights at Chief ess Kamakahelei School… if you haven’t checked it out, you’re missing some excitement… JK was on hand for the latest one and will be airing those matches on his show shortly.
Richard Kaui and his family, Kapa’a coach Destry Carvalho and councilwoman Shaylene Iseri-Carvalho are among the many people who come out to these events … hats off to KPD officer Mark Ozaki, referee Tom Perry, and all the hard-working K-PAL people for getting this started.
Mark said that for pure entertainment, check out the Kilauea Neighborhood Center on Saturdays in April. At 10:30, the seniors do basketball battle with the termites… you might get lucky and run into Bill Troutman as well. K-PAL takes care of one age group in the Termite program, and watch for Flag Football, too.
Kalaheo Tigers (12 Under boys) coach Sandi Nadatani was at the Tuesday night basketball game and said the Boys & Girls program has taken over the Kalaheo Neighborhood Center. We’ll check it out starting next week.
OK, so if you have nothing to do today, check out Sharon Gibson and the Nawiliwili Yacht Club people at their annual Beach Party Play Day and Sand Sculpting Contest at Kalapaki Beach! The fun starts at 10 a.m.
• Dennis Fujimoto, photographer and staff writer, can be reached at 245-3681 (ext. 253) and dfujimo email@example.com.