Kudos to Carol Yotsuda on 32 years of E Kanikapila Kakou!
Fran Nestel was battling the flu bug, but kept up with the lei orders – free if:
1. You were from far away.
2. If this is your first time here!
Holly Namaka Lindsay had two guests, Anne Brataas from St. Paul, Minnesota, who has an application in for the NTBG environmental writing program, and Brittany Lynk from the farm county of Minnesota and New York City. They got lei.
Franz Wohlfahrt and Nina Katschnig, both of Vienna, Austria, also got lei, noting “they just like to kiss.”
Carol said hats off to Charlie (he plays for several of the ukulele groups) and Maria Tomlinson of Oregon, who gave a generous contribution which helped underwrite the cost of Monday’s show.
Sharon Pancho and Cammi Crosby (how many of you knew she was Aleigha “Red” Scovel’s grandma?) were there to support Eric Lazar (he’s another multiple group player), Beth Malia and Rosalyn Terao.
E Kanikapila Kakou, admission by donation, continues for the next 10 weeks 6 to 9 p.m. Mondays at the Aqua Kauai Beach Resort.
Dennis Fujimoto can be reached at 245-0453 or at email@example.com.