Mokihana Club steps out to install new officers

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    ‘We’ve read a lot of books,” said Mokihana Club member Suzanne Ellis who selects a title from the Book Exchange maintained by Belinda Bartels and her mother Fay Bartels, Wednesday during the Mokihana Club’s first in-person meeting since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic at the Lydgate Park main pavilion.

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    The Mokihana Club outgoing board, including Kay Little, Bertie Bloom, Sylissa Franklin, Donna Wilcox, Barbara Eazell, and president Terri Gately are presented folding pineapples, Wednesday during the club’s first in-person meeting since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic at the Lydgate Park main pavilion.

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    Mokihana Club members watch as outgoing president Terri Gately installs the 2021 board, including Donna Wilcox, Kay Little, president Sylissa Franklin, Bertie Bloom, and Barbara Eazell, Wednesday during the first in-person meeting of the Mokihana Club since the onset of the COVId-19 pandemic at the Lydgate Park main pavilion.

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    The new board for 2021, including Donna Wilcox, Kay Little, president Sylissa Franklin, Bertie Bloom, and Barbara Eazell is installed by outgoing president Terri Gately, Wednesday during the first meeting of the Mokihana Club since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic at the Lydgate Park main pavilion.

WAILUA — Even the chairperson who did the table decorations didn’t make it, said Mokihana Club member Helena Cooney, Wednesday during the first in-person meeting of the Mokihana Club since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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