Waimea’s wordsmiths: Scrabble club teaches WHT editor thing or two about beloved game

  • A scrabble board fills up at Tutu's House in Waimea. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)
  • Annabel Spielman lays down tiles and collects points. (Tom Hasslinger / West Hawaii Today)
  • Donni Sheather, left, and Annabel Spielman contemplate their next moves at a Scrabble meet up group at Tutu's house in Waimea. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)
  • Gary Cassel, left, places his tiles on the board as Lowell Kuberka and Fran Sanford contemplate their next word at a Scrabble meet up at Tutu's House in Waimea. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)
  • A player must use the letters drawn at a Scrabble meet up at Tutu's House in Waimea. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)
  • Gary mulls his next move. (Tom Hasslinger / West Hawaii Today)

WAIMEA — Some sentences speak volumes beyond what they’re communicating, phrases, if you keep your ear sharp, that say much more than just what they say.