|Kehau Kalani, of Pāhala, took first in the Pa'u Princess competition, representing Ni'ihau in Saturday's Merrie Monarch Festival|
Royal Parade in Hilo with her court Jennifer Carruthers and KonaLee Aho-Miles. Photo by Kai Kalani
|Candi Hololio carries the Ni'ihau|
banner for winning Princess Kehau
Kalani. Photo by Kai Kalani
with Kehau Kalani of Pāhala taking first place in the Pā'u competition, representing Ni'ihau. Two of eight Hawaiian islands were represented by Kaʻū Pā'u riders. Both rated in the top three. Lori-Lee Lorenzo and family rode for Moloka'i and won third Outstanding Unit.
|Scott De Sa, Pā'u Marshal of Merrie Monarch|
Parade, is Po'o Kula, Head of School at
Kamehameha Hawai'i Island.
Photo from Merrie Monarch Festival
|Hawai'i Carriage Driving Society took to the streets of Hilo on Saturday to join the|
Merrie Monarch Festival Royal Parade. Photo from Merrie Monarch
A FREE PRENATAL CARE POP-UP CLINIC is coming to Kaʻū on the fourth Sunday of every Month at 12:30pm in Ocean View. No appointment is necessary. Contact @mistymountain.homestead or 808-450.0498 for details and directions. The first Sunday for the prenatal care is April 30.
A FREE KEIKI ART CAMP is announced for Friday, May 5 from 10 a.m. to noon at Nā'ālehu Community Center. Aspiring artists, ages seven to 12, are invite to explore painting with watercolors to create abstract art pieces and Mother's Day cards. Registration is required through AlanuiOkau@gmail.com.To read comments, add your own, and like this story, see facebook.com/kaucalendar. See latest print edition at kaucalendar.com, in the mail and on stands.
|Farley Sangels, leader of the new South|
South Hawai'i Symphony Orchestra is recruiting musicians on all orchestral instruments as well as volunteers to help out with admin. "We have a small core of players from the Kaʻū Community Band and we hope to add a string section and start playing together some of the world's finest music to uplift the cultural community of the island," said Sangels.
Sangels is an accomplished musician, teacher and director who performed for 21 years in major orchestras around the world.
The first meeting will be on Sunday, May 14 from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Ocean View Community Center. With questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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