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Another beautiful day on Lāna‘i. Students, teachers, and support staff from the Culture & Historic Preservation staff of Pūlama Lāna‘i gathered at 8:30a to put finishing touches on individual and group presentations, and then set up the classroom to host Lāna‘i families and guests for lunch and sharing their experiences and ideas. The E ‘Ike Hou participants also put on their summer program t-shirt, and looked sharp.
The E ‘Ike Hou iā Lāna‘i -Cultural Literacy Initiative is sponsored through grants and contributions of:
Hawai'i Tourism Authority Kūkulu Ola Program
Hawai'i Council for the Humanities
Lāna'i Archaeological Committee
Hui o Wa'a Kaulua and Mo'okiha o Pi'ilani 'Ohana
Lāna‘i High & Elementary School
Jim and Linda Caires Smith
The Maui Arts & Cultural Center
Lāna'i CHC Na Hoaloha - Friends Organization
Mahalo nui no!
To view other daily activities:
E ‘Ike Hou iā Lāna‘i — To Know Lāna‘i Once Again Cultural Literacy Program 2017
By 11:00a 14 E ‘Ike Hou students and 16 Kāna‘i Kanaloa students gathered together with presentations in hand. Lunch was set up at 11:30a special guests, Pā‘anakalā Babayan-Tanaka, Kupuna Val Kalaniho’okaha Ako, and his son Ikaika Ako settled in and families began arriving.
Some 80 friends and family joined us for the Hō‘ike, and many helping hands with much aloha made it a great success.
Students reflections and projects, along with video presentations will be developed and available on line in the near future.
The program opened with students offering the oli, Hanohano Lāna‘i, and the agenda followed with: