LIHU‘E — Admission passes for the two-day line-dancing festival and craft fair are available at the door starting Friday and continuing through Saturday as a fund-raising event for the Kaua‘i Veterans Center and Museum.
Charlmaine Bulosan, Terno Ball chairperson, said the solicitation packets have all been distributed, but there are still a few tickets available for this year’s Terno Ball that takes place Saturday at the Royal Sonesta Kaua‘i Resort Lihu‘e ballroom.
NAWILIWILI — OZone did not have line honors during the Nawiliwili Yacht Club Gene Wells Memorial Series, Race No. 2 that unfolded in winds of 8 to 10 knots out of the northeast.
Mahalo, state Senate President Ron Kouchi, Stephanie Iona, Laurie Yoshida, Dallas Correa (when did he become a UH Rainbow Warrior?), Coach Rich Hill (he at one time had a TGI subscription mailed to him in California), and all those University of Hawai‘i baseball players for hosting a sold-out baseball clinic, where Lt. Gov. Josh Green was able to squeeze in a stop (mahalo, LG, for the nice pin!) after his Westside tour (Coach Basilio “Bunga” Fuertes knew the LG was coming when he and Carmila Udarde did their vegetable seedlings distribution Saturday at the ‘Ele‘ele Shopping Center.
LIHU‘E — The Rainbow Warrior Youth Skills Camp Kaua‘i was sold out Saturday morning at the Vidinha Stadium baseball diamond.
PUHI — “Eighteen candidates and 40 Realtors,” said Nani Sadora of the Kaua‘i Board of Realtors Thursday when the Kaua‘i Board of Realtors hosted its speed-candidating event at the Mahiko Lounge at Kilohana. “We invited all of the candidates, but the only ones who responded are here.”
Kudos to Mary Pigao, Kealoha Takahashi, Donna Loo, Grace Delos Reyes (she said she can breathe again) and everyone who came out to be a part of the National Day of Service event coordinated by the county Agency of Elderly Affairs at Kukui Grove Center in Lihu‘e (do we have an Alzheimer’s event coming up?
WAIMEA — The Waimea High girls volleyball team held off a strong challenge by the visiting Kaua‘i High girls to win in four sets, 3-1 Friday night during the Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation girls volleyball games at the Clem Gomes Gym in Waimea.
LIHU‘E — Gennii Andersen, Kaua‘i’s oldest woman veteran, and known for her adventurous spirit and ready wit, quietly passed on Aug. 26 at 104 years old.
LIHU‘E — Queen Lili‘uokalani was born on September 2, 1838, and the Liliuokalani Trust observed her 184th birthday, Thursday and continuing through Friday at its Lili‘uokalani Trust kipuka in Lihu‘e.
Kapa‘a High School opened the Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation girls volleyball season on a winning note by taking both the junior varsity and varsity series over host Kaua‘i High Tuesday night before an audience that was supportive of both sides of the net.
The Grand Hyatt Kaua‘i Resort & Spa, represented by Claudia Dowdy and Dan King, general manager, recently presented the resort’s contribution toward the 43rd Kaua‘i Visitor Industry Charity Walk goal, to Hawai‘i Lodging & Tourism Association Kaua‘i Chapter Director Samira Siale.