Judy Lynch got some help from Jessie and Herbert Miyazaki as she was trying to establish a customer base. That was several years ago at the National Tropical Botanical Garden craft fair, and today, she and husband Patrick Lynch have the Pineapples and Palms Gallery at the Old Koloa Town boardwalk. Judy was wondering how she was going to survive once the new shops across the street open, but with her strength (check out the photography), it should be no problem.
Brother Branch Harmony and ‘Ula are starting their seventh year at the Koloa farmers market … actually, Branch is; ‘Ula is less than two years old. Branch was doing his usual ti leaf following act Monday, and everyone seemed to be enjoying the sunshine after all the rain.
Cindy Ayonon (Bobby had a real soccer shirt!) was doing a great job emcee-ing the finals of the Winter Cup, Sunday night. Dr. Rick Goodale, Joe Tucker and Sal Marti served as the game officials, and the entire Marti clan must’ve been at the stadium to watch the excitement … it was 0-0 at the half. If it’s soccer, yes, Pete Oliver was there, and Tom Perry (got to see him twice in two days … can’t wait for wrestling to start now) came to show his support as well.
And happy birthday to Duncan MacDonald who got to check out his present before running out onto the field for the game.
OK, gotta run … it’s KIF soccer at Vidinha Stadium and basketball at the Bernice Hundley in Kapa‘a.
What will Annette Hashimoto come up with as the new word for 2008?