KCA kicked off November with a celebration, as over 200 Mauians participated in a joyful evening at the Kihei Youth Center’s facility at Kenolio Park with a multi faceted luau featuring the concept of helping to preserve our coral reef systems along the South Maui shoreline, with the announcement that 2-3 more “reef etiquette” signs will be donated & installed at appropriate sights, the Kihei Boat Ramp and Kamaole Beach Park II, and Kalama Park joining the first one at Kamaole Beach Park III.

            We have a long list to express our mahalo, beginning with our host, the Kihei Youth Center, and the blessing provided by Kimokeo Kapahulehua, as well as the management and direction Lehua Huddleston-Hafoka’and her extraordinary team.

Blind Willey’s lively music kept the crowd on its feet from beginning to end and beyond of our event, giving all of us an enjoyable experience

            Generous community business throughout South Maui provided the prizes for the lucky winners: Antonio’s, Aroma D’Italia Ristorante, Fred’s Mexican Café, Maui Coast hotel, Moose McGillycuddy’s, Pacific Whale Foundation, Roy’s Kihei, Safeway, Stellas Blues Café and the Greek Bistro.