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Happy Camper for Friday, April 5, 2024

Didn’t you always want to get a Mustang when you were in high school, Cyndi Ayonon wanted to know as she showed off her new set of wheels (it’s electric!) at the Royal Sonesta Kaua‘i Resort parking lot where she parked (how did she score an end stall?) to represent the Kaua‘i Independent Food Bank (KIFB) that was the recipient of a food donation from Royal Sonesta.

Kelvin Moniz of the KIFB said they also received a donation from Koa Lani (they operate the ambulance and fire trucks at Pacific Missile Range Facility) on Monday, the first donation from the PMRF since the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you’ve got time before noon, the Kaua‘i District Health Office is hosting an open house in observance of National Public Health Week where Bev Brody of Get Fit Kausa‘i will lead the active lifestyle portion to get the blood moving.

And, don’t forget Saturday is the craft fair addition to the weekly Grove Farm Market … Carol Yotsuda and the Boroboro Boutique is scheduled to be there along with more than 40 other craft vendors … they got food, too because Xo, Mama is scheduled to be there.

Grove Farm is sponsoring the Department of Water, which will be distributing free hose nozzles while supplies last.

The All Saints Episcopal Church and Preschool invite people to an all-Bach concert on Saturday at 6 p.m. featuring organist Jonathan Dimmock performing on the church’s Rosales pipe organ.

Dimmock, who has recorded more than 50 CDs, including a Grammy Award-winning CD of Mahler Symphony 8 with the San Fransisco Symphony, came to Kaua‘i to play the Rosales organ, said Morris Wise.
Source: The Garden Island

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