Last chance to get your golf ball drop ticket is on Saturday when Kaleo Carvalho, he’s the Kaua‘i High School Project Grad chairperson, takes his place on the table next to the entrance of the new Kaua‘i High School gym when the Island School boys basketball program (Judge Kathleen Watanabe wants to watch those games, said Cyndi Ayonon of the Kaua‘i Filipino Chamber of Commerce) comes to play the Red Raiders. Kaleo (how many games have you missed because you were selling golf ball drop tickets?) said the actual golf ball drop takes place Sunday morning (see what I mean about last chance?). Of course, all proceeds go to benefit the Kaua‘i High School Project Grad. And no, there is no golf tournament connected to the ball drop.
So, is “Happy Feet” going to be the Saturday night movie night at Kukui Grove Center coordinated by Kaua‘i High School students? Melissa McFerrin Warrack of Kukui Grove said the support for movie night is always strong when the schools get involved. Any other school want to take on the challenge?
And, the January being Mu‘umu‘u Appreciation Month gets highlighted when the Kaua‘i Historical Society presents its Pa‘ina at Smith’s Tropical Paradise on Sunday when the gates open at 11 a.m. Barbara Green is excited to see what kind of mu‘umu‘u designs come out of the design contest presented by Carol Yotsuda and the Garden Island Arts Council (did you check out the display at Lihu‘e Airport?) … it’s a good thing the Wailua Bay Creators Fair is taking a break for January and February.
Dennis Fujimoto can be reached at 245-0453 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Source: The Garden Island