Happy Camper for Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Kudos to Yvette Blake and Regina Gibbs on a great Career Day program. The Wilcox Elementary kids are great and if they stay on that path, should be successes in whatever they decide they’re going to do.

It was nice running into chef Ikaika Manaku of the Sheraton Kaua‘i. He couldn’t cook anything, but had time to say they’re doing a wingding of a Halloween party Friday night. Just another option for the spookiest night out. And, yes, there are room specials for those who decide to imbibe.

Of course, there’s Penny Young and the Lihu‘e Missionary Church Slimetime thingie (help the Kaua‘i Food Bank — it’s two canned goods, or packaged goods), and earlier this month, Barbie Shinno and company were shopping for a Halloween event at the Kapa‘a Missionary Church.

You see? You never know who you’re going to run into at Wal-Mart. Paul Correa’s parents were checking out stuff and Ernie Domingo was hanging out at the usual meeting place. Even Jondelle Aceret-Ipac was shopping there, checking out the photo machines — must be the homecoming thing since she was on the Waimea honor court last week.

This week, it’s off to the Kaua‘i High School event (Jamba Juice between the games if it doesn’t rain), and Ross Shimabukuro didn’t say what’s on the menu. The kalua and cabbage was great in Waimea, and so was the saimin.

Darryl Izumo is gearing up for the state high school bowling championships which start tomorrow — check out the hot dog value meal with a side of mac salad.


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