Happy Camper for Sept. 19, 2016

Debbie Yanagihara is looking for school groups seeking fundraising opportunities as well as new vendors for her regular craft fairs.

Debbie was hosting her fair at the Kauai Veterans Center Saturday (Cathy and Ted Shanks came after watching the AYSO soccer games) where Janet Hanlin (Cathy said the Japanese fabric accessories were very coolo) and Madhua Ranuthu (Ted was looking for artists to inspire his ironwork) shared a booth.

Kathryn Ledesma (her husband was the first Kauai guy in The Kauai Marathon) made do with a new mirror after her other one from Kauai Sunrise Shells and More was damaged at the Hanapepe Art Night, and Apple Manson (she said it’s an easy name to remember) was busy doing her macrame with gemstones (you have to see this in person to do justice to her work).

Debbie’s two nieces, Kristel and Shantelle Alayvilla, were busy with their dollar bracelets (who made the one that really looks like Christmas?).

Debbie said they go to the Church of the Pacific this Saturday, and return to the Kauai Veterans Center on Oct. 1 (check out her website, www.kauaiislandcraftersfair.com) for a complete schedule of their appearances through the end of the year.


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