Selling all sorts of items and packing the rest. We are getting closer to leaving.
Had wonderful send off today from my friends at Toastmasters. They even had a cake! At the same time I received my Competent Communicator and Competent Leader Awards.
The great group has encouraged me to continue with Toastmasters where ever I go. I’ll miss them.
The Lavoie Ohana sends out warm thanks to our wonderful customers. On Wednesday, July 27 we shut the doors on Kafe Europa after seven years of providing food to the best customers around.
We had long lines, many photo ops, and plenty of food during our final day. We appreciate the many leis, tips and good wishes that we received.
We are in the process of selling the equipment and cleaning out the location over the next few days. For those who want to stay in touch, this site, our foreign service blog, or our soon to be Kafe Europa Facebook page will be available.
We will always have fond memories of our days at Kafe Europa. Our new diplomatic lifestyle will no doubt create many new memories, but Kafe Europa will always have a special place in our hearts.
Frank has been offered a position with the State Department as a Foreign Service Officer. He will be serving as a Consul. He is honored to be able to work as a diplomat for the United States.
Classes in Washington are due to begin September 12. Frank will be in the 163rd A-100 training class. The family will learn of its first diplomatic posting a month into training.
The family restaurant Kafe Europa will be closing July 26, 2011.
Check back for more exciting details as they emerge.
This site will soon become the regular blog for the Lavoie family of Hawaii.
Stay tuned for future exciting updates.