• Shimamoto aces Wailua No. 17
• The club at Hanalei hosts tennis and swim camp
Shimamoto aces Wailua No. 17
Mary Ann Shimamoto of Wailua nailed a hole-in-one at the Wailua Golf Course No. 17 on May 22.
Shimamoto accomplished the feat using a Callaway 7 wood on the course’s 112-yard hole.
This is her first hole-in-one in the 15 years she has been golfing. The ace was witnessed by Helen Ebesu, Alice Takahashi and Jo Anne McDowall.
The club at Hanalei hosts tennis and swim camp
The club at the Hanalei Bay Resort will be holding its first annual tennis and swim camp at Hanalei Bay Resort for ages 6-16.
Tennis camp will be held on a weekly basis from Monday through Friday, with the first camp starting from June 11 to 15. The hours for the camp are 8 a.m. to noon.
Camp will be limited to 30 persons a week. Any questions, please call Koko Chang at 826-6522 ext. 1025.
KWBC sponsors fishing derby
The Kikiaola Westside Boating club will sponsor its 12th Annual Fishing Derby on July 21, at the Kikiaola Harbor.
The deadline to enter is June 20. Space is limited to the first 56 paid boats or the deadline, whichever comes first.
Last year, more than $14,000 in prizes was awarded.
Applications are now available at Rainbow Paint & Fishing Supply and Lihue Fishing Supply.
Completely filled out registrations with signed waivers and payment will be accepted only at Kikiaola Harbor on May 30 and June 6 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. for current members, and June 13 and June 20 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. for current and new members.
Entrants are advised not to turn in your registration or payment to any derby committee member or boat club officer.
The Club was originally founded in the 1950’s by thr community members and was recently reactivated in February of 1996. In March of 1997, the State approached the harbor users with an adopt-a-harbor program.
This program gives the harbor users the opportunity to actively participate in the restoration, refurbishment and beautification processes of the harbor.
In sponsoring this event, the Kikiaola Westside Boat Club hopes to promote a greater awareness and interest in the harbor by the community.
For more information, call Glenn Mossman at 337-1151, Darick Akita 337-1800, Henry Albarado at 38-9909 or Phillip Fill at 337-1995.