Garden Fair, Scouts share soggy space

  • Erica Gallerani - North Carolina, Andrew Keaveney - Canada

  • Mimi McHugh - California, Peter McHugh - Kapaa, Marit McHugh - New Mexico

  • Masanori Kaji, Hidemi Ota - Shimoseki Lions, Japan

  • Nanea, Jonathan Walker

  • Makana Vidinha, Dallin Manning

  • Melanie Agayan, Myla Guerrero

  • Kaelyn, Kieran Canavan

  • Greg Askew, D Owyang

  • Tee Evan, Thomas Ellis

  • Maria Montero, Mahbod Amouzegar, Goleegol Zee

  • Sharad Marahatta, Shaunte Sadora

  • Kathy Martin, Lincoln Payne, Gavin Payne, Bob Martin - Canada

PUHI — Hundreds of people braved the showers that blanketed Kauai Saturday during the annual Garden Fair hosted by the Kauai County Farm Bureau and the University of Hawaii College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources.

The event was held at Kauai Community College, where Shaunte Sadora of PAU Violence worked on creating blue pinwheels in observance of April being Child Abuse Prevention Month. The pinwheels were joined by the field planted by the Girl Scouts from Troop 823 to welcome event-goers.

Adjacent to the sprawling layout of crafters, informational exhibits and a keiki activity area headed by the 4-H Clubs, the Boy Scouts of America laid out its annual Makahiki, showcasing its youth’s achievements in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math.


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