Hats off to Terry Moeller on his great chess tournament! Not only were the kids happy, he had some proud parents talking about how great the chess program at Hanalei School is.
Hanalei trips are great since you get to run into people like Eddie Topenio who was making sure all the Zontians were taken care of. Congratulations to Robin Savage-Thompson on the new Zonta Club of Hanalei. That was reason enough to stop by the
Ching Young Village and check out the Savage Pearls and the Bubba Burgers (Mindy Jergins is the club’s treasurer) across the street.
And a big mahalo to Lillian deMello (check out her infrared photography and sepia prints) for making sure everyone went to the right room.
Mayor Bryan Baptiste, councilman Mel Rapozo and councilwoman Shaylene Iseri-Carvalho had a great time at that chartering ceremony, and if you want to see them in action out of the formal government setting, Mel Rapozo is still accepting pledges for the MS Walk coming up May 5 at Kukui Grove. Shaylene, meanwhile, will probably take in the KIF baseball game this afternoon since it’s the final game of this season for the Warriors … lessee now, what time is the council meeting?
Cindy Edralin is already gearing up for the MS Walk … she, Maxine and Jerry Correa were on hand Saturday to support Kirk Correa in the mini track meet. Jim Rosa was balancing between the CAK Home Show, the Boy Scout Makahiki and the track meet, and was still on his feet.
But the coolest guy was Lenny Rapozo who was there to make sure the Ha‘aheo pinkshirts sold more shave ice than they sampled.