Thank you for celebrating 100 years!
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Mahalo to all for helping us celebrate 100 years of service
Our Malama Palama: Festival of 100 Voices was a great success!
More photos available here, courtesy of Paul Saito!
Photos by Sherwin Acidera
Malama Palama: Festival of 100 Voices: Press
We’d like to share a special thank you to all of the community supporters who made our event possible!
Senator Donna Mercado Kim
Steven Ai, City Mill
Thank you for your continued support of Palama Settlement!
We'd like to acknowledge and thank the Music & Entertainment Learning Experience (MELE) Degree Program at Honolulu Community College for providing our Live Entertainment Stage with technical expertise for the day’s live music, spoken word, dance, and more! MELE strives to serve the community as the premier, comprehensive program that fosters and promotes music industry professions. Learn more about their Music Business Program and Audio Engineering Program today!
‘Olelo Community Media, who is helping us and others strengthen our island voices and advance community engagement through innovative media. Mahalo to ’Olelo for filming the day’s festivities. Stay tuned – we’ll post air dates of our Malama Palama: Festival of 100 Voices footage on ’Olelo soon!
Thank you to all of the wonderful entertainers and artists who volunteered their time to make our celebration so special:
- The Kevin Jones and Derek Ho - The Desert Sea Duo
- Virgin Mary
- Ching Wan Music Club
- Hazel Ho, author of One Cup Rice
- Dancin' Hearts
- Auntie Elaine and her 'Rainbow Maiden' Hula
- Farrington High School's T-Shirt Theater
- Latko, the Magician
- Milo Girls Youth Dance of Puahala Homes
- Blaine Dutro and Roosevelt High School's Na Lei Makamae I Ka Wekiu Hula Halau
- Palama Settlement Kajukenbo
- Palama Break Dancers
- McKinley High School Robotics Team
- Farrington High School JROTC Drill Team
- McKinley High School Cheerleaders
- Farrington High School Girls Water Polo
- Wally Amos
- Balloon Artist, Douglas Odani
- Sparkles A. Clown
- Farrington High School Health Academy
And thank you to all who volunteered their time to make our event possible!
Stay tuned to learn about the generous community supporters who made our event possible.
Mahalo to our generous sponsors!
Thank you for supporting Malama Palama: Festival of 100 Voices!
And a special thanks to our friends:
Mahalo to our sponsors! City Mill Company, Ltd., The Pony & Kay Lee Trust, Watumull Family, First Hawaiian Bank, Sheridan and Julia Ing Family Foundation, RM Towill Foundation, Waterhouse, Inc., Road Builders Corporation, Alexander & Baldwin Foundation, Diamondhead Seafood Wholesale, Keoki’s Lau Lau, Halms Enterprises, Richard & Maude Lau Foundation, S&E Mukai Foundation, Joseph & Leonora Wee, Kamehameha Lions Club Foundation, paularath.com, KJ&J Enterprise, Lin & Ella Wong Foundation, N&K CPAs Inc., Hawaii Operating Engineers Industry Stabilization Fund, Linda Gee
Thank you to your friends: HCC MELE Degree Program, aio, Obun Hawaii Group, ESPN1420 Honolulu, Punalu’u Bake Shop, Honolulu Cookie Company, xerox Hawaii, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 1186, Hawaii Potters' Guild, Zippy's Restaurants, Unitek Contracting Group, Honblue, Securitas, Island Slipper