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Bill Heinrich of Hawaiian Organic Noni said the Icy Heat Sports Formula is only one of the new items produced in its Moloa‘a facility. Bill said the Icy Heat Sports Formula is for people with active lifestyles (people who work out) and need help soothing closed-skin ailments such as joint pain and bruises.
He said Hawaiian Organic Noni (John McClure of Moloa‘a Bay Coffee said it’s the real thing) will start offering tours of its farm and facility in Moloa‘a (mailbox in Anahola) within a month.
Both gentlemen were at the Kaua‘i Community Market Saturday. Bill Spitz of the county’s Office of Economic Development said right now is a good time for farmers market, the Lihu‘e one having more than 80 vendors and a large crowd of shoppers.
Roy Nishida (he was at the start of KIF wrestling, too) was one of those shoppers and Barbara Prigge made a special trip to pick up the togan which was available at Glenna Ueunten’s car.
Hats off to Coach Mac Pigott, the KIF officials, athletic directors, coaches and everyone involved in a successful launch of the inaugural wrestling match Saturday.
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