'O wai kou inoa? What's your name?

Alvin Kalimahana Awana

No hea mai 'oe? Where are you from?

Born Queen's Hospital

ʻO wai ke ahupuaʻa āu e noho nei? Where do you live?


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  • aloha my brother!


    I see you on chat, my apologies, may you find the love that is there and move on to understanding our aina and it's people in todays cyber space.

  • Aloha Al, thank you so much for your comment. To answer your question, I am already taking 'ukulele lessons and I have been playing for about 8 months now. I have two wonderful 'ukulele teachers. My 'ukulele teachers are: Herb Ohta, Jr and Jody Kamisato.
  • ALOHA Kakou, What is the difference between the Missionaries who came to Hawaii and the Taliban?
  • aloha e Kalimahana,
    Mahalo for adding your name to our petition against the Akaka Bill. When we get a larger group...I will send to all signees and we can then...send to Akaka, Inouye, Hirono, and Abercrombie. Recently I went to a "coming out party" for Abercrombie, as he will be running for Governor. After he spoke, I went up to him and asked him a question. I said, it is a very simple yes or no question. I asked him..."Are you FOR or AGAINST the Akaka Bill?" He said..."I'm FOR it." I then said..."THEN....I'm against you!" and left the premises. He also said in his speech to mostly non-kanaka maoli (Japanese, Filipino, and haoles)..."Since the Supreme Court has allowed the State to NOW sell ceded lands...it will provide a "revenue stream" for Hawaii. EVERYONE except the Hawaiians in the room cheered. We all walked out. Shame on him...and everyone in the room.

    mahalo for your support.
  • ops, it's 668 4394.....................
  • e Kalima, please give me a phone call at 668 4304. I seem to have lost your phone number..................... o Po
  • Aloha e Brudda Kalimahana!

    I grew up in Nanakuli small kid time, back in the 60's. We used to live next to the Koko ohana next to the highway a little past Hakimo Road. My sister Carolyn and I walked to Nanaikapono elementary school back then. We walked the train track makai side of the highway. Was nice back then with plenty kiawe along the beach. Last time I went Nanakuli not so much kiawe, but good to see still get plenty maoli. Imua Maoli!
  • Just dropp'in in to show some aloha! *SHaWNa*
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  • Mahalo e Kalimahana for ur friendship & aloha.



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