Moby Dick (he’s a whale; Flippah is a porpoise!) made its first appearance Friday night during the weekly Friday Art Night (great place to celebrate the Passing of Keys – congratulations to the Dexter Corpuz ‘ohana, the Keoki Pantorilla ‘ohana, the Robby Silva ‘ohana, and Bradley Balaan ‘ohana, and Michelle Skaer ‘ohana — at the ‘Ele‘ele Iluna neighborhood by the Kara‘i Habitat for Humanity!).
George Texeira created Moby Dick (and BigFoot, and ‘ukulele, and what was that koa piece?) out of white pine while waiting to get his non-working Pacemaker to get fixed…good luck, George. He goes in this week after waiting for so long!
And mahalo, Sumiko’s (Tiffany Lum…go, Midnight Bear!.. was able to find the “new” location even if the popcorn people — they got the waffle dog that tastes and looks like the KC Waffle Dog, too! — have been relocated every week)…Alexis Sumiko Amulacion is now a Waimea High School freshman.
Mahalo, Billy DeCosta’s son Bronze and his Class of 2022 for putting up the dust screens for the Kaua‘i Habitat for Humanity’s Waimea Huakai project).
Milani Pimental said there’s just three more homes (they’re being worked on as you read this) before ‘Ele‘ele Iluna is complete with 107 homes.
Dennis Fujimoto can be reached at 245-0453 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Source: The Garden Island