Congratulations to Lt. James Comb on the completion of the Salvation Army, Hanapepe Kokua Soup Kitchen! Rose Silva is already figuring out they’re having Pumpkin Soup for dinner. This is the last dinner for this week because the Soup Kitchen goes back to its normal schedule starting Monday.
Heather Namahoe said she saw the sailing canoe from the plane when she landed for the grand opening of the Hokulei Chevron (Melissa McFerrin-Warrack broke away from the Saturday market to check out the goodies). Heather said she was hoping to have time to drive down to Nawiliwili and check out the Kauai sailing canoe before going home.
Kudos to Thomas and Marites Yano on getting the Subway at Hokulei on line.
Kauai Fire Chief Robert Westerman and Beth Tokioka were on hand Friday night to help Lori Almarza with the Haunted House at Kukui Grove (presale tickets are available at either the Kukui Grove, or the Kauai United Way offices so you don’t need to wait in line).
There is still time to sign up for the Kauai United Way Walk that takes place Oct. 29 (it’s about the time Nellie Okamoto celebrates her birthday).
OK, time to go check out the Job Fair at the Kauai War Memorial Convention Hall. It’s only from 9 a.m. to noon so got to hurry.