My father had fashion style; he always wore a Reyn Spooner Hawaiian (Aloha) shirt. So, at first light of every Kona visit, off they went in a red convertible with the top down, headed upcountry to Waimea for a Spooner or two.
His Hawaiian shirts made him instantly identifiable at his Fig Garden Rotary Club, every day was casual Friday to Pops. He was a big time volunteer, from playing dominos with incarcerated juveniles to cooking at a girls camp, he was always wearing a Hawaiian shirt. Even fishing for a grander. (1,000 pound Marlin).
So, when we heard the plea for face mask fabrics from “Spread ALOHA not the virus”, we decided to donate my father’s Reyn Spooner collection to be cut up and made into face masks and shipped out to first responders in Hawaii and mainland hospitals.
I am sure he would be very pleased with how many people his shirts will touch.
Happy Aloha Mask Hump