How is Dennis Haack going to do it? He and his two sons are part of the Starlighters that play Friday night at Kukui Grove, and he’s also on the Waimea football medical staff … oh-oh, that means Nicole Farr is going to be on her toes.
Debbie and Glenn Taba normally join Leonard and Janice Ringor for dinner at Kukui Grove where they can listen to the band, but now that Kaua‘i High and Waimea are playing football, where is it going to be?
Ross Shimabukuro said pork adobo and stew are on the menu at the stadium, and you can always visit with Cathy Shanks and her crew for the latest in Raiderwear.
Peter Rayno (how many of you saw him on TV during the D.O.E. Outstanding Employee presentation?) and Ernie Domingo are also loyal Starlighter fans, but sports fans as well, so where is it going to be?
And since Topaz Fernandez is one of the Kaua‘i cheerleaders, does that mean that Grandpa Baco and Grandma Soly Fernandez have to choose between the Starlighters and the football game?
If the choice is too hard, grandma’s just going fishing.
But never fear, because the residents of the Regency at Puakea will have their weekly outing and will probably be dancing to the music of Danny Hamada and the rest of the group (Ray Domingo is real good at getting people to come up and do things).
OK, it’s off to the volleyball game. Is there time for coffee between the council meeting and volleyball?