Mahalo, Kaua‘i Krush softball Menehune (nobody wanted their names out there) for collaborating with the Kaua‘i Senior Softball League’s Hanama‘ulu Hillsiders and the county’s Department of Parks and Recreation to improve the softball field at the Peter Rayno Sr. Park in Hanama‘ulu.
Saturday, the Kaua‘i Krush Menehune, Kaiwa Construction (and one Taniguchi truck) did a lot of the heavy lifting, including professional-grade leveling, on the softball field that, when completed, will be playable for junior softball, adult softball and Senior Softball, just in time for the opening of the Kaua‘i Senior Softball League on Jan. 7.
No more apple half moons, Ernie Domingo.Dean, Nikol Nonaka and family decided to enjoy Christmas Eve along with Kaua‘i Kim Chee (Bill Spitz said that’s more than half the reason to visit the market), Hanalei Taro, and even Mayette Loseto (she’s supposed to have kadomatsu at the Monday Pau Hana Market at Kukui Grove Center in Lihu‘e), at the next-to-last Grove Farm Market of 2022.
Laurie Ho said the Pau Hana Market will also feature Su Okada and some good luck charms (where else are you going to find good luck charms for the New Year?) alongside the usual market produce. The cow bell goes off at 3 p.m. at KGC.
Mahalo, Kaupena Kinimaka and Chris Kauwe, on bringing Santa back to Kalapaki Beach (Ron Garlie said having Jeff Haigh and the sand sculpture is also part of tradition) to greet the army of people escaping the cold weather the mainland has been experiencing.
Dennis Fujimoto, staff writer and photographer, can be reached at 808-245-0453 or email@example.com.
Source: The Garden Island