Happy birthday to Tori Kagawa, who got help from Wayne Doliente (he had the day off) on Tuesday when she spent her birthday working the scorer’s table at the Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation girls volleyball matches at Clem Gomes Gym … Waimea High School is next on the list to get a new gymnasium.
A fan offered to get her food from Hoku‘s food truck to help her celebrate, but she politely declined.
Joyce Evens of the Menehune live broadcasting team preordered her fried saimin, and even announced the Hoku’s menu during the game as a public service announcement … yes, Hoku’s hangs around after the game for snacking (or maybe dinner … did you see the size of that Kalbi with Pork Belly?)
Congratulations to Kapa‘a Coach Tori Tuttle on winning the hard-fought battle with the Menehune and force a playoff (it’s Friday at Island School) for the KIF first round title.
Kudos to the county’s Agency on Elderly Affairs (Rose Manago said she’s planning to do the Alzheimer’s Walk since it’s been rescheduled for Oct. 21 at Hokuala Golf Club at Timbers Resort) on hosting the 5th annual Symposium on Live Independently – Self, Home, Community on Wednesday at Kaua‘i War Memorial Convention Hall, and mahalo to the Kupuna Alert Partners for catching the early flight from O‘ahu to talk about scams, identity theft and other relevant topics for kupuna.
Dennis Fujimoto can be reached at 245-0453 or at email@example.com.
Source: The Garden Island