It takes a lot of work to put something like this together, and Irene Zane (right) should be applauded for her fine leadership. I should also mention several others, but I became a displayer because of her.
Residents made greeting cards for sale and refreshments were available. Many residents volunteered their time to assist in assorted ways.
Photos also were on sale for $3, with proceeds to some worthy function at 15 Craigside.
In the background is where Bloody Mary sang Happy Talk to her daughter and Navy lieutenant. More importantly, this was our backyard when I was a trainee at the Kilauea Sugar Company.
Here are other important people at my display, starting with Suzie, the Chief Operating Officer of 15C:
#2 with Sybil, Betsy and Harvey, then on the bottom with Pearl's sister, Doris.
Here are some resident artists with their creations. Eppie, followed by Don, then Kathy:
It's a big day for at 15C, as tonight we have a dinner outing at Ocean House on the beach at Waikiki. Right close by is where the fireworks emanate on Friday nights.