Sunday, May 22, 2022 |
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Peter Rayno was thrilled to see all the kids playing football at the Peter Rayno Sr. Park in Hanama‘ulu, Sunday.
“It’s better than having them stuck in front of video games,” Rayno said while painting inning numbers while Pauline Ibia watched.
Ernie Domingo (He was at the Lawai Cannery garage sale, earlier.) was busy leveling out low spots, and Angel Madrid and Tats and Derek Tamashiro were hard at work building the announcer’s booth.
Sharmaine Simao was at the Lawai Cannery event raising dollars for the King Pins in the Big Brothers, Big Sisters bowling tournament (Call Kaulana Finn if you haven’t signed up for the March 3 event.) as was Stel Pimental. Coach Neal Pigao was able to chat with Ariel Lahip’s dad during his rounds.
Hallie Cristobal was working so hard, she didn’t even have time to talk from her spot way in the back of the Kaua‘i Keiki and High School Rodeo Association booth.
Lorna Santos said even June Tada was selling stuff, and the next one is Mar. 18 to benefit the Easter Seals and Lori Cabebe.
• Dennis Fujimoto, photographer and staff writer, can be reached at 245-3681 (ext. 253) or dfujimoto@ thegardenisland.com.
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