Marlene Moises became a grandma twice in two days. Her first grandson, Noah Tadao Moises, was born to Sheri and Tyson on Jan. 20. Then, with no time to catch her breath, Jeydon Lee Pulama‘ali‘i Tadashi Hisami Moises, was born to Brandi and Brandon Moises on Jan. 22.
Marlene says Jeydon’s big sister Braenna (she was at the game with grandma Friday) loves little brother. Congratulations to all — except Albert Moura doesn’t look like a great grandpa.
Chef Martina Hilldorfer was doing the balancing act Friday, too. She started out at the Kapa‘a High School Career Day and made it back to KCC for the chocolate demonstration by chocolatier Patrick Peeters.
Marla Hulsman, site manager for Kapa‘a Neighborhood Center, was at the Kapa‘a event with Aaron Uyeda and said tickets are available for a hand-made quilt which will be drawn on April 5.
The quilt was made by Mari Woody … Aaron says it’s a work of art.
Hats off to Kapa‘a High School counselor Robin Keawe and her staff for doing such a great job with the event … Lanaly Cabalo (she had a table there) said the Warrior culinary arts students even made lunch for them, and Brittney Carvalho, Poe Gantt and all those student council people were great at checking in not only the students, but presenters as well.
Marisol Sciaroni did a nice sketch of the Ocean Counters at Ahukini Saturday. Marisol came with mom Linda Sciaroni who is a science teacher at Waimea Canyon School.