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Kalani Vierra, Kauai Ocean Safety Bureau supervisor, was happy to see Elijah Fernandes and Kamu Peahu after school Wednesday as the boys came to Kalapaki Beach to catch a few waves. Kalani said they both had body boards (in good condition), fins, and they weren’t going out alone!
School is rapidly winding down for the winter break (Tina Albao said there’s no school at Elsie Wilcox Elementary School Friday), and Wendy Casillas (she was substitute teaching Wednesday) was thrilled to be able to watch her son perform in the Christmas assembly at the Kalaheo Elementary School. Erik Burkman said he just got over the influenza bug and Ric Cox said he made sure to get his flu shot this year.
Sen. Ron Kouchi (he didn’t realize how hot those stage lights can get) said the Kalaheo School students were such a good audience, they should have attended Gov. David Ige’s community meeting.
Kudos to Patricia Gonzales of the Office of Elderly Affairs for collecting all the goodies for the Mahelona Hospital residents (Teresa Caires was able to get away from her desk because the Girl Scouts from Troop 823 contributed $100 in supplies so she could get them from Kauai High School to help present the goodies)!
Dennis Fujimoto can be reached at 245-0453 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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