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Mele Murals: Bringing Us Together

3/6/14 - From West Hawaii Today, By Carolyn Lucas Zenk:
Using Waimea’s Kahilu Theatre as a blank canvas, hundreds of children and adults are creating an enormous outdoor mural that defines their community and creates a sense of place.
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Learning Hilo - The New Voyage (from Civilbeat.com)

1/14/14 - By Alia Wong, and RF Bentley

HILO, HAWAII — A 6-year-old boy stands between his classmates in line to gear up for the daily after-school assembly. His brown bangs are crooked and freckles dot his nose and cheeks, which are marked with traces of his last meal. If his blue T-shirt of Batman, the resilient "Caped Crusader," is any indication, he may want to be a superhero.
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Keeping up with growing demand for Hawaiian focused education

1/10/14 - From the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) website:

HAWAII ISLAND (Nov. 2, 2012) - If Taffy Wise was to draw up a list of priorities facing charter schools with a particular interest in children from the Native Hawaiian community, the executive director of Kanu O Ka Aina Learning Center in Kamuela says keeping pace with growing enrollment would rank right near the top.
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