Hats off to Mattie Yoshioka, Mia Ako, Beth Tokioka and all those who put together another great Adopt a School Learning Celebration, Friday.
Jerry Hill was there with his Fuji Finepix, and Johnny Michael said that was probably his last event before he ships out to the Mainland. Tom Clements is still here, but things are not going to be the same without the guy with two first names.
Art Umezu was doing check-in duty, and Joyce Evens had two of her media students showing off the Tricaster which allows for live TV production.
Kevin Matsunaga is supposed to be getting into that system as well … who knows? KIF live sports might be knocking on our doors.
Ed Kawamura is already getting past his expo this weekend. He’s figuring out how to do Memorial Day and still make it to the Floating Lantern ceremony on O‘ahu (if you can’t make it, it’ll be on TV live). But check out the expo and some of the replacement products for Kelloggs.
John Burns said people can help Toys for Tots all year-round now through the eScript program at the Safeway Stores. John and the United States Marine Corps League will be presenting the colors at Saturday’s Visitor Industry Charity Walk where you gotta wake up early because it starts at 6:45 a.m., sharp.
Another John, John Iwamoto will have the Boy Scouts from Troop 83 out there for trash pickup, so if you’re going, make sure you think about those little guys before tossing the opala.
Hats off to Darryl Perry and his fine staff of police officers during the National Police Week.