Happy Camper for Monday, October 20, 2008

Leah Scovel said, “’Nuff said. Gotta go shop.” She and Mike Scovel had to make some last-minute changes so they could check out the kupuna at the Senior Craft Fair Saturday.

Of course, it’s not just crafts. Marcie and Leonard Medeiros had some ono-smelling chili and rice and there was chicken hekka courtesy of the Waimea seniors.

Naoko Ho (tickets for the Waimea Alumni lu‘au are still available for the Nov. 1 event at Waimea High School) was able to take in the craft fair and still make it to the KIF championship cross country meet.

Hats off to the county Parks and Recreation Department on doing a great job with the craft fair (the sweet raisin rolls sure looked ono), and Sean Magoun, Robert Springer and Kaipo Kealalio came up with a new challenging course for the KIF championships. Not only that, they had food for everyone afterward.

But Greg Gonsalves and Calvin Paleka were off to the volleyball games in Kapa‘a, and Ross Shimabukuro was tied up at the KIF bowling matches.

Nellie Okamoto has a birthday coming up (it’s always around the time of the United Way Walk which starts early Saturday morning).

On things coming up, Debbie Yanagihara said the Sheraton Kaua‘i craft fair is Nov. 15 at the ballrooms starting at 9 a.m., but before that, the Kaua‘i Veterans Memorial Hospital craft fair is Nov. 1 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. (that’s the same day as the Waimea Alumni lu‘au, so might as well make a day out on the Westside).


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