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Tom Summers beat the crowd for the closeouts at Borders, Friday. He was showing the East Kaua‘i Lions Club members a book he purchased (it was all regular priced Friday, he said) while waiting for the Project Vision Hawai‘i van to open.
Hats off to all the Lions Clubs, Roy Nishida and Anne Hillar for making it possible. Now, let’s make it work.
Lion Janice Bond didn’t have any announcements Friday, just two Okinawa students, Mika Fukuchi and Kumiko Yomochi of the Okinawa Christian University who are at Kaua‘i Community College until Feb. 28.
More kudos to Lisa McDonald on a great Kaua‘i District Regional Science Fair. The students, teachers and parents all did a great job, and I’m glad Cindy Goldstein (one day we’ll talk beer) was a judge.
Mark Jeffers said Harmony (the whale) will be doing an off-island tour this summer. Fig Mitchell was trying to keep his young charge safe from the “breaching” mammal in the convention hall.
Bill Arakaki wouldn’t miss this event, and neither could Daniel Hamada who remembers the days when it was at the Kaua‘i Veterans Center.
Happy Presidents’ Day — stay safe!
• Dennis Fujimoto, photographer and staff writer, can be reached at 245-3681 (ext. 253) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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