Kudos to Julie Mcleod of the Grove Farm Homesteads Museum on having its Old Time Games fundraiser Saturday at the museum.
Julie said proceeds from go toward taking care of things at the museum which are not covered by grants, and Joyce Anglemyer said more than 200 people had passed through the gates with more than an hour remaining.
Helena Cooney of the Kiwanis Club of Kauai was one of those and said the Kiwanis Club will be accepting donations for tickets to its French breakfast coming up at the Elsie Wilcox Elementary School cafeteria.
Scott Johnson (when is Train Day?) said they’ll be having it Laser Light Train Night (go early for parking!) on April 15 (that’s Tax Day) from 5 p.m. at the Haleko Road yard.
Bob Schleck was talking about the trees on Maluhia Road were planted (they also planted the ones in Princeville), and Phyllis Kunimura didn’t know about the camp which was located on the upper end of Maluhia Road near the Kamuali‘i Highway intersection.
Bob said they looking for support for the Legislature to help with the Sugar Plantation Locomotive Interactive Learning Park project which will be a memorial to the sugar laborers from different countries and cultures.
Dennis Fujimoto, staff writer and photographer, can be reached at 245-0453 or firstname.lastname@example.org.