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Brian Yamamoto said Airi Ohashi has the homework of finding out about the Japanese culture in Hawaii. That brought her and her family (mom Chisato is an instructor at the Technology College) to the Mahelona Hospital bon dance.
Kudos to Josie Pablo who keeps finding ways to make the event bigger each year. Missy Saiki even had people from Chicago, Dru and Nicole Yamagiwa, visiting her mother-in-law, Helen Saiki, and enjoying the event.
Daniel Hamada said Trysen Kaneshige and artist Ken Nishimura (East 3) started work on the Not Even Once mural project at the Kapaa High School campus. The duo is getting help from Jason Medeiros, Akira Woods, and Timothy Ras Ward of Las Vegas.
OK, this is Farm Fair week so time to check in with Melissa McFerrin-Warrack. And don’t forget, Saturday is Damien versus Kauai High football — is Darin Moriki going?
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