Honoring veterans

  • Buddy, Lisa Shimazu, Brielle Osakoda, Flo Nakamura

  • Cheyenne Walker, Tate Walker, Cheryl Walker - Canada

  • Teia Rapozo, Candace Rapozo

  • Sara Trujillo, Capt. Tim Young, Rich Schmaeling, Ahamed Sheriff

  • Charlene Dorsey, Kimi Blaum, Robin Sanchez, Ricky Davis, George Dempsey

  • Scott Bohn, Gail Bohn - Texas

  • Ken Kubota, Art Fujita, Bob Kubota, Marvin Yamaguchi

  • Katelyn Constantino, Fran Constantino

  • Tyra Carvalho, Jessica Carvalho

  • Lehua Macart, Alana Macart, Mo Macart, Riley Reiser, Robert Saulibio, Hunter Saulibio, Chase Saulibio, Wyatt Saulibio

Hundreds of people lined the streets of Kuhio Highway in Kapaa for the annual Veterans Day Parade that honored generations of veterans through its “Time Was Served, Time to Honor” theme.

The parade that is traditionally held during the first weekend in November was presented by the Kauai Veterans Council with sponsorship by the Kapaa Business Association and the County of Kauai.

Everyone is invited to participate in the traditional Veterans Day Service, Monday, Nov. 11, starting at 11 a.m. at Kauai Veterans Cemetery in Hanapepe.

This year’s celebration overflows to the Kauai Veterans Center following the traditional service, with doors opening from 1 to 6 p.m. with a full slate of entertainment, prizes, games, and food donated by Gaylord’s.


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