Happy Camper for Wednesday, September 18, 2019

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    Jim Jung, the chaplain for the American Legion and Kauai Veterans Council, renders ‘Danny Boy’ on a harmonica during the services for USCG veteran William Walker at the Kauai Veterans Cemetary.

Lloyd Kajikawa can pay some attention to his lawn now because kudos to Kelvin Moniz and ALL of the Kauai Independent Food Bank ‘ohana on a “what-I-heard (mahalo, Cyndi Ayonon — she was at Kauai Soccer Association games because son Colby coaches) on the accounting)” was a great Silver Birthday Bash!

Coach Beau Acoba (he was voicing the football game — congratulations, Coach Jason Caldeira and the Menehune on its win over Kauai High School! — was wrapping up a long weekend balancing between announcing games and coaching. And, it’s not over, yet because there’s the Kauai Chamber of Commerce 3rd quarter meeting (what? it’s sold out?) coming up, Thursday at the Kauai Beach Resort.

Kudos to Kauai Football Club Coach Stacy Iwasaki and his ‘ohana (nice to see Alden Alayvilla as the “PIO” for the Gamebirds) on getting the first team meeting (where did Darryl Gerrardo go with that electric vehicle?) going for Kauai’s football players who need to have at least six active college credits on their plate to be eligible for play.

Need stuffs to do? Barbara Green and the Kauai Filipino Women’s Club has its annual Terno Ball Saturday at the Kauai Marriott; Ben Sullivan is getting excited about the Electric Vehicle drive day that will be available Sunday at the West Kauai Tech Center as well as at Kauai Community College (check out that new Aloha Ginger Beer!) and Naina Hou on Saturday.


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


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