Happy Camper for Wednesday, April 11, 2018

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    Rick Avallone and Trey Thompson are known as Martini Moon as they perform during the KSA Membership Show reception.

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    Fred Zolinger contemplates ‘Tick, Tock…Cuckoo Clock’ during the KSA Membership Show reception at the Kukui Grove gallery.

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    Licia McDonald, president of the Kauai Society of Artists, present the People’s Choice award winners, including Cynthia Reidel, Keith Tammarine, Fred Zolinger, Rose Anne Jones, KSA treasurer, and Charles Davis who pulled Barbara Henrichsen as the Lucky Artist.

Padraic Gallagher of the American Red Cross will partner with Mary Lou Kelley of People Attentive to Children (they’ve got the Sequential Transition to Elementary Public Schools fair Saturday at Kukui Grove Center, too!) for their annual bake sale Thursday to benefit the Visitor Industry Charity Walk … gotta go early to the Trex Building on Pahee Street for the best deals in the lobby … Hmm, Padraic might even have some deals on the Red Cross disaster kits?

Congratulations to Fred Zolinger, Cynthia Reidel, and Keith Tammarine on getting the People’s Choice awards (Carol Ann Davis was hustling last-minute votes at the Garden Fair, and more than 300 votes were cast) that were announced and awarded during the closing reception for the Kauai Society of Artists Membership Show! Charles Davis (when is he going to show, again?) picked Barbara Henrichsen as the Lucky Artist, and Rick Avallone and Trey Thompson (together, they’re known as Martini Moon!) did a great job of keeping the music flowing in the otherwise bleak, rain-swept weather.

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Dennis Fujimoto can be reached at 245-0453 or at dfujimoto@thegardenisland.com.

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