Happy Camper

Carol Yotsuda had just come off the plane from the Cultural Conference and joined Mary Daubert and Theresa Koki in helping to judge the logo contest for “You Speed, You Lose.”

Theresa said she’ll be busy Saturday with Kathleen West-Hurd and other volunteers who will be pouring cement for the playground at the Hanapepe Heights Park. If anyone wants to volunteer, I’m sure you’ll be welcomed with open arms.

John Isobe of the KCC OCET had just enough time to congratulate the CDL graduates before heading to the airport.

He was not alone as earlier a KEO representative who was chatting with Greg Fujikawa at the Ag & Environmental Awareness Day had a similar agenda.

Hats off to Terry Sekioka, Sue Keller (where was Laurie Ho?), and all the individuals who put on that great event in Wailua.

Jack Gushiken had his Guava Kai people on hand, and Kaua‘i Fire Department’s Dave Bukoski and Darryl Date must have this unique connection for getting the students excited about fire prevention.

Mary Pigao had a full house at the USDA (what does the “A” stand for?) exhibit, and Ed Kawamura said there should be a chain saw wood carver doing a demo at their M. Kawamura Expo this afternoon. But, he said the big attraction is the grill…check it out!

Val Kaneshiro had to help out their electrical display boards, and Roy Yamakawa had time to check out all the interactive booths (Adam Asquith did a great job taking the biodiesel concept and making it comprehendable for fifth graders) available.

OK, ‘nuff said. It’s time to get walking!

• Dennis Fujimoto, photographer and staff writer, can be reached at 245-3681 (ext. 253) and dfujimoto@kauaipubco.com.


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