Happy 94-years-young birthday to Victoria Levoit, who celebrated her special day with her family, including sons Robert Levoit (he’s the Kapaa High JROTC commander) and from the Mainland, Frank and Victor Levoit. The family was together when mime artist Janet Carafa (she’s also a yoga instructor) visited Mahelona Memorial Medical Center (Josie Pablo saw Robert’s magic and wants a show for the residents).
DJ Marv De Vera wanted to bowl at the Charity Walk Bowling Saturday, but had to settle for entertaining as a DJ because his company applied too late for the sold-out event. Kamika Smith had his entire Smith’s Motorboating ‘ohana decked out with rabbit ears, and Kamika went one better, putting on a pineapple suit (yes, with rabbit ears, too).
Todd Ozaki had his Kauai Junior Bowlers helping, and Sandi Kato-Klutke said she had to go because her daughter works for First Hawaiian Bank.
Kudos to Wayne Yoshihara and Tracey Kupihea for coordinating the sold-out event with Jolene Ogle. More excitement is on tap for the Visitor Industry Charity Walk when the Countdown for Charity Walk takes place May 6 at Kukui Grove Center for late registration, shirt pickup, a host of bargain values at the silent auction and, of course, entertainment.