Mahalo to Stephanie Kaluahine-Reid for the heads-up on the National Groundhog Job Shadow Day at the Princeville Resort.
Deborah Baker (yes, we know her from the visitor industry charity walk) did a great job keeping an eye on the clock to rotate the students through their stations.
Mike Castillo had his sophisticated golf software out where Steve Murphy could demonstrate how it is able to track the swing. And Eric Belmonte was there from the Makai Course … check out those Titleist caps, they’re pretty neat.
Don Long was one of the counselors who came with the students … he and Lester Chang go back to the Guam days. And Susan Mahuiki has the best job in the place since she gets to smell that ono-licious chocolate all day long … keep an eye on the samplers, though.
Jackie Inanod and Pat Omo of the engineering department came through with another winner as the students really got into doing the water testing.
Congratulations to Kaua‘i High coach Ipo Yoshioka and his staff on a great championship contest (overtime, no less!) Congratulations, too, to Waimea coach Elton Montemayor and his staff who came to play. It takes two great teams to make a great game, and the only unfortunate part is there is only one winner.
Happy Valentine’s Day, Kaua‘i!
• Dennis Fujimoto, photographer and staff writer, can be reached at 245-3681 (ext. 253) or firstname.lastname@example.org.