Paddlers Inn Open for Business
A reduction in prices and a big community Mahalo from Paddlers gang.
Paddlers `ohana shared a celebration of life last month for late Paddlers owner Kamuela Kamakana.
Molokai’s favorite congregating site for outrigger paddlers, concert goers, and `ohana wants the community to know that Paddlers Inn Restaurant won’t be closing its doors if its employees have anything to say about it.
The Inn is being given a chance to continue to serve the community, and will surely be around for years to come with everyone’s support.
Initial changes include a reduction of some prices on the menu, continued concerts and a renewed emphasis on helping the community to fundraise.
“We want to encouraging anyone who needs fundraising to come to us with their ideas,” said Paddlers general manager Alicia Montemayor.
Everyone at the Inn would like to give a big mahalo to the community for their continued support. Alicia also wants to say “mahalo nui” to all the aunties and uncles who have shared their mana`o, and especially all the employees who have helped her keep it running strong during the hard times.