Mahalo

Mahalo to all the volunteers who made Mālama Hulē‘ia their cause over the Earth Weekend. Mahalo to those who came to help from the Kaua‘i Lagoons, Marriott Resort and Beach Club, Waipa Foundation, as well as the Kaiola Canoe Club. Mahalo to those who came from the North Shore, East Side and the West Side, as well as those living in the Lihue area. Mahalo to those who came to eradicate invasive red mangrove, to improve the view from the Niumalu Beach Park, and to restore the Nawiliwili Bay Watershed. And a big Mahalo to Keoki’s for the generous and ono lunches.

Here are the volunteers who signed up and helped: (++ on both days.)
++ Mike McHenry
 +  Leinaala Olivas
 +  Tom Lodico
 +  Carl Berg
 +  Cliff Papas
++ Mason Chock
 +  Chuck Brady
++ Kaili Asing
 +  Micah Matsunaga
 +  Sandy Howatt
 +  Susan Hayakawa
 +  Kaehukai Keala
 +  Jennifer Hayakawa
++ Buddy Keala
 +  Celeste You
 +  Lorna Dela Cruz
 +  Cristina Glomel
 +  Lori Uyeda
 +  Steven Yamarell
 +  Ililani Lote’h
 +  Ron Gentile
++ Yosh Lote’h
 +  Fahy Bailey
 +  Carolyn Larsen
++ Steve Yee
++ Jan Tenbrugencate
 +  Karen Yee
 +  Pomai Kane
++ Suzanne Kashiwaeda
++ Pepe Trask
++ Kawika Matsumoto
 + Arthur Chow
 +  Veloris Hewitt-Fan
 +  Mark Hubbard
 +  Julie Hayward
 +  Ryan Smith
++ Tiana Laranio
 +  Amber Alimboyoguen

If we misspelled our missed your name, please correct by adding a comment. Mahalo again.

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