Leah Scovel had her family out early for weekend activities as they enjoyed the Golden Arches for dinner while Larry Rivera’s dancers did their “Kamalani” performance Friday … East Kaua‘i Lion Steven Fujii said he watches the show every Friday while his wife shops.
Leah has a new name for Justin Prem, “The Premster.” She was on hand to watch Koloa Raiders’ No. 5 on crutches on the sidelines Saturday.
Teddy Daligdig was in the audience to watch his grandchildren play after he and Queenie Pezario were both at the Veterans Day Service down the road from Hanapepe Stadium.
Gus Garcia, Adam Carvalho, Flo Labuguen, Sixto Tabay, Ben Kali, Donald Rapozo and Norman Braun did the 21-gun salute honors with Soupbone Kashiwabara calling the shots.
Ed Kawamura said he was so laid up he wasn’t sure he could have made the service, but he and his whole family made the event in Hanapepe where the Homestead Brass Quintet had a videotape of their performance being done. Hats off to Barry Toy, Donny Albrecht, Tom Beck, Michael Brewer and Larry McCreary on a job well done. The big question, how many of you have seen the Toy sisters at the UH volleyball games? Mom said they’ve been on every televised game with their signs.
Domi Alayvilla’s grand uncle Gabriel Cataluna was chatting with JoAnn Yukimura after the service and hats off to the West Kaua‘i Lions for being such gracious hosts.
OK, ’nuff said … it’s off to check out the College Fair at the Hilton.