Happy Camper for Sunday, May 16, 2021

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    Mo‘olelo Murals artists Bree Blake (she was so busy the Kaua‘i Community College 55th annual Commencement slipped her mind), Holly Ka‘iakapu (she wants to vend at the Old Koloa Town Market!) and Bethany Coma (what? The Kaua‘i Pride Parade?) are busy creating on Kress Street during the Lihu‘e Loop preview Friday.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Melinda Sukehira, Kylin Arruda-Sukehira and Christina Tydingco are ready to roll Friday in the drive-thru Kaua‘i Commuinty College 55th annual Commencement at the Kaua‘i Performing Arts Center on the Puhi campus.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Kaua‘i Community College’s Isaiah Ka‘auwai and John Constantino were masterful at pronouncing graduates’ names Friday during the 55th annual Commencement at the Kaua‘i Performing Arts Center on the Puhi campus.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Kaua‘i Community College’s Austin Manipon-Hamada, Kaua‘i Retired and Senior Volunteer Program volunteer Marga Goosen and Alicia Sams canvas the parking lot fronting the Daniel K. Inouye Electronics building at Kaua‘i Community College, offering graduates bento lunches to-go during the 55th annual Commencement Friday at the Kaua‘i Performing Arts Center on the Puhi campus.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Kaua‘i Community College graduates Kelly Kaua‘i and Kylin Arruda-Sukehira take advantage of greenery from the lo‘i for a together photo Friday during the 55th annual Commencement at the Kaua‘i Performing Arts Center on the Puhi campus.

Congratulations to Kaua‘i Community College Chancellor Joseph Daisy and his massive corps of ‘ohana on hosting the 55th annual Commencement (Gary Elwood said I needed to see Juno Apalla of the Kaua‘i Performing Arts Center, but where was she?) that was held Friday morning (no 7-on-7 football because the Kapa‘a stadium wasn’t ready yet) in a drive-thru format (boy, Daisy put on some steps!) along the front lawn between the Daniel K. Inouye Electronics building and the avenue (gotta keep The Kaua‘i Bus rolling!) separating the parking lots.

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