Koloa Lions Club fixes town entry sign
KOLOA — “The top just fell off,” said Sandi Sterker of the Koloa Lions Club Thursday at the club’s identifying Koloa sign along Maluhia Road. “We don’t normally drive through this way, and when I saw it, I didn’t realize how much it needed work on.”
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Thursday morning. I’m feeling a little woozy. This sign in Koloa, how long has it been there? If you said since 1974, I’d be freaking out. Because I don’t remember that much. But if you said, since 1989 when we started the clean up crew in Koloa, I believe you. Looks like I’d rather be at Poipu. And eating breakfast under a tree. Which I bought from Big Save. Okay it was a Bento instead. Thursday morning? Are you sure people want to be in this predicament? I mean I’d rather be working. Not painting.
That is great that the Lions Club fixed their sign, I drive by it every other week. Being a retired sign artist and painter I have an eye for signs especially traffic signs!!! Our motto was and is ‘Your sign is the first indication of your business’ Thank you Lions club for all the civic duties you perform. if it wasn’t for you all a lot of very important things would be neglected. I am a life time member of SERTOMA which means Service to Man Kind. I got this for landscaping, developing and bring Soccer into the schools in the 70s on the main land. Now I am historian for the Foster Grandparent Program and help children with learning disabilities in Lihue.