Keiki and Junior Lifeguard program sold out

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    A female Keiki and Junior Lifeguard participant sweeps up one of the Beach Flags Wednesday during that phase of instruction at Kalapaki Beach.

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    Pump! Pump! Pump! Save a life! Junior Lifeguard participant Jacob Rich tries to get to 100 pumps within a minute Wednesday at the CPR training during the Keiki and Junior Lifeguard program at Kalapaki Beach. Rich finished with 99 pumps, just one short of the 100-pump bar.

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    Junior Lifeguard instructor Micah Nobriga watches as a pair of young girls battle for a flag Wednesday during the Keiki and Junior Lifeguard program at Kalapaki Beach.

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    Pu‘uloa Silva nabs the flag away from his competitor, Wednesday as Junior Lifeguard instructor Micah Nobriga watches at Kalapaki Beach. In a special ‘Grudge Match’ officiated by Lifeguard Tyrus Siale, Silva went on to beat Nobriga in Beach Flags.

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    The Keiki and Junior Lifeguard participants gather for lunch, Wednesday at Kalapaki Beach.

NAWILIWILI — When the 2022 Keiki and Junior Lifeguard program got underway this week, Kelsey and Kiani Ortiz were among the staff of instructors leading the young 8 through 17 through the paces of the sold-out program at Kalapaki Beach.

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