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Mahalo Nui for your 30 years of supporting Hawaiian Music, Maui Style!!!

KPOA Encourages you to attend the Hawaiian Music Series. This Aloha Thursday October 30 starting at 6pm at the Baldwin Home Lawn in Lahaina

Do some pre-Halloween shopping then relax under the shade trees with a music serenade by Dane Fujiwara, an up-and-coming star of falsetto who plays ‘ukulele and slack key guitar. A limited number of chairs are provided; mats, blankets or low beach chairs are welcome.

KPOA Job Fair will be held on Saturday, November 1 from 10am-2pm at the Queen Ka'ahumanu Center

Looking for a new career? Many buisnesses will be ready to hire.

 

 

 

 

KPOA'S HAWAIIAN BUZZ WORD OF THE DAY

monster- tutua

Ua lilo 'o ia i ka tutua ma mua pono o'u.
 
He became a monster right in front of me!

 

 

 

 

 

HAUOLI LA HANAU

 

October 28

HB Erika Erickson

HB Hanalei Dudoit-enos

HB Sydney Lenwai

HB Carla Fernandez

HB Gary Dufour

HB James Baker

HB Lisa Oliveros

HB Walt Mahealani Mix-Kealekupuna

HB Bobby Kalawe from Sister Tina

HB Julian Arcangel from Lyn and ohana

HB David Gomes

HB Geri Casil

HB Dolores Daguay

HB Trystin Hooper

HB POMAIKAI KRUEGER

HB Noelani Kiaha

HB Rebecca Nahinu

HB Augie Rey

  

LOCAL NEWS

The man arrived unexpectedly on Maui and did not have a phone or any luggage with him, except a paper bag containing a wig. He reportedly told family members that he was running away from someone. Maclean Tiffany is described as: a 29-year-old man, with a fair complexion, medium build, standing 6 feet 4 inches tall, weighing approximately 190 pounds, with brown hair, and brown eyes. Police say he was last seen wearing a blue baseball cap, grey “Everlast” shirt, and light blue surf shorts.
The commission will install data loggers to provide continuous monitoring of stream levels at two locations along the ʻĪao waterway; and one location along Waikapū Stream. The action comes as the commission continues oversight for implementation of the Nā Wai ʻEhā Interim Instream Flow Standards.
The Maui Weekly newspaper published its last issue on Monday, Oct. 27, 2014, and its online version is no longer accessible via the internet.
A SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY is posted for the Pailolo Channel and Māʻalaea Bay until 6 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 31, 2014. Rough seas are expected from 6 to 12 feet. Winds are forecasted out of the northeast at 20 to 25 knots. Inexperienced mariners are cautioned to avoid navigating in these conditions.

KPOA PODCAST

WHAT'S PLAYING / COMING UP

Holunape - Kuu Lei Kiele
Kuuipo Kumukahi - Aleama'i
Willie K - Kau ELe Makakule/CAT
Na Palapalai - Ku'u Aina Ho'oheno
Pahinui Hawaiian Band - Wai`alae
Da Nu`uanu Brothers - Lani Girl
Kealii Reichel - He Lei No Aulani
Genoa Keawe - Piha Hauoli
Makalei - Ka Paniolo Nui O Moloka'i
Randy Lorenzo - Hana By The Sea

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