Nia Klutke just graduated from Ridge View High School on the mainland (she was the only one with lei since grandma Sandi Kato-Klutke mailed her a bunch, including pikake), and came to Kauai Saturday morning. She’s going to be working at the Moloaa Bay Coffee booth with grandma and John and Daphne McClure and going to culinary school at the Kauai Community College.
Suzie Odell of Auroville, India, was getting ready to leave after visiting Jeri Miller and getting involved with taiko last week.
Carol Pratt said to check out the meat pies from Isabel Storch (she said Uncle Joe’s inspired her) who also has her grandfather’s 100-year-old juicer from New York from the days he used to sell restaurant equipment.
If you’re going to visit Elvrine Show like Ada and Ari Koene, bring hot rice because the aroma of Ferdinand Dosono’s Aloha Kim Chee is going to make you hungry.
Liz Hahn was going crazy because a doctor from Honolulu bought six bettas, and a lady from San Francisco got one to add to her collection at home.
Melissa McFerrin-Warrack said watch for new handicapped and elderly parking starting next Saturday.
Dennis Fujimoto can be reached at 245-0453 or at email@example.com.