Wednesday, July 6, 2022 |
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Laura Kawamura said she’ll have the 4-Hers helping make planter pots using old issues of TGI on Saturday at the Garden Fair when it opens at the Kauai Community College.
Laura and Rachelle Bachran (she’s with the state Department of Health) of the Master Gardener program were helping with “Diabetes 101: A Healthier You” (congratulation to Eva LaBarge, Faith Campbell and the Wilcox Health ohana on a great workshop!) where Johnny Yago didn’t have his new hire to help him with the county Agency on Elderly Affairs table. El Doi said to save the date (Aug. 17) for the Live Well, Age Well symposium, where Kauai’s legislators and county officials will help prepare healthy meals.
Marion Ogata said it’s good to have events like this more often because you learn something new each time you visit. This time, she even got new reading glasses for Coach Winston.
OK, time to get rolling to check out Theresa Koki at the Rotunda Rally (good thing Waimea isn’t playing because they want people to wear blue).
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