How KAI Benefits Palolo
Our schools are perennial contributors to our betterment, whether as educational institutions or as engaged civic leaders.
So it is with my alma ma - has developed this partnership Valley community.
is a summer learning program - grade years the opportunity to continue their education during the summer months. Students attend classes, participate in are active participants in a career-shadowing program - tury Fellows alumni group, University.
and emphasizes the impor that enable students to develop them to improve their community.
- ulum, students entering their - -
rhythm games, ball-pass activ the children learned lessons in leadership.
- er bonding activity with my conclude with the event, which was a big success not only because we made it happen, but also because everyone there was laughing, smiling, and had
- lo Valley students, provides a - uates.
Don Ho’s Legacy Lives On - unveiled in the very place he
which was designed by noted - - music all-stars: Melveen Leed, - hamana, Nathan Aweau, Henry Kapono and more.
- Ho Legacy Scholarship to this -
- - and vowed then to also create - to support the arts, music and our partner, the Pauahi Foundation, to provide scholarships ancestry who are pursuing music and the arts.
We were honored to present the inaugural scholarship
the Hawaiian-language opera Ha‘upu - ing arts.
- - who helped local entertainers launch their careers, such as my brother Nephi, Sam Kapu, among countless others.
Daylan Blake–Kala‘i (center, in yellow) was presented with the Don Ho Legacy Scholarship by (from left) Dean Nakasone, Alex Roth, Haumea Ho, the author,