• Haray is found safe
• Real-estate courses are today
• County, newspaper offices closed today
• Easter hula at Princeville tea
Haray is found safe
Stephen Haray, the Waipouli resident reported missing when he didn’t show up for work at Plantation Hale, has been located, and is okay, Kaua‘i Police Department officials said in an e-mail.
Real-estate courses are today
Continuing-education, real-estate courses are being offered at the Kaua‘i Marriott Resort & Beach Club today, according to a Kauai Board of Realtors official in a press release.
Registration is at 8:30 a.m. for the 1031 Exchange course, followed by the Real Estate Law Review & Update 2005-2006 at 1 p.m.
For more information, call the Kauai Board of Realtors at 245-4049.
County, newspaper offices closed today
In observance of Good Friday, county of Kaua‘i offices will be closed today along with all refuse transfer stations.
Residential refuse pick-up will continue as scheduled. Hours of operation at the Kekaha Landfill and Puhi Metals Recycling Center will be the same.
The Kaua‘i Bus will be operating today on a reduced schedule.
Normal business hours for county offices and services will resume on Monday.
Kaua‘i schools are closed today.
For information about The Kaua‘i Bus, call 241-6410. For information about recycling and waste disposal, call 241-6861.
The offices of The Garden Island will be closed, but the Friday and Saturday editions of the newspaper will still come out.
Easter hula at Princeville tea
Papa Laua’e o’ Makana and Kumu Hula Naomi Yokotake will perform in a special hula and mele concert on Easter Sunday in the Princeville Resort’s Living Room from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m., as a part of the resort’s “Afternoon Tea” series. Pancho Graham of the Ko‘olau Trio will provide musical accompaniment.
Afternoon Tea Service itself will start at 3 p.m.
The cost is $21 per person, plus tax and gratuity and includes a selection of fine brewed teas, sandwiches and tea pastries.
Reservations are required for Afternoon Tea service. Contact the Princeville Hotel concierge at 826-2900 or 826-9644.
The Garden Island corrects errors of fact in news stories. If you notice an error, please contact us at one of the numbers listed below.
• On the front page of the Wednesday paper, in the story about the jury trial for the home-invasion case involving Sharon and William McCulley of ‘Oma‘o and the Kaua‘i Police Department, left out was information that the case will be heard in April 2007, in federal court in Honolulu.