Kudos to Gayle Thompson and her Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School Leadership Class on a great visit with the residents at the Regency at Puakea where the students presented the residents with lei before breaking into Christmas carols (Gayle on guitar). Gayle said this was only the start of the day for them.
Bev Brody was very excited about riding in the Lights on Rice holiday parade, and even got to meet some of the students who were going to be in the parade Friday during the 3rd Fun Fitness event at Vidinha Stadium (kudos to Michelle Jenkins, who got help from her husband Christian, and Nancy Graf on a great event!).
Kauai Museum volunteer Chad Pharis (his dad looks really good on horseback) was going crazy with Lyah Kama-Drake in trying to figure out how to keep people from messing up the developing moku project taking place at the museum, and still being able to enjoy the craft fair Friday.
Jane Gray said there were no deliveries of plants because of the craft fair, and Wilma Chandler and Linda Moriarity came out of the museum for the book signing of the Kapaa book.
Mardi Maione of Organo Gold said she’ll be at the empowering women event Saturday at Ha Coffee Bar with Deslyn Jaquias of Kauai Girl from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Dennis Fujimoto, staff writer and photographer, can be reached at 245-0453 or firstname.lastname@example.org.