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Reply Caseyvom
1:49 AM on September 26, 2017 
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7:54 PM on October 1, 2016 
I stopped by the Daughters booth today at the Aloha Festival in Sacramento, what a great joy it was to see O'HANA there. Looking forward to seeing you all real soon.
P.s. Wasn't expecting my photo taken, lol
Lovely to see you both
Onipa'a O'HANA
Kingdom of Maui Hawai'i and Oceania
Reply Rudina kaleihiwahiwa Ponce
11:34 AM on February 11, 2015 
Na ke Akua e malama mai ia 'oe. mau ke aloha no hawai'i. ke akua pu e he ho'olaulea O ke Ola.~Anteh Dina
Reply [email protected]
8:14 PM on January 29, 2013 
Aloha mai e Kailihiwa, mahalo for sharing your memories of your tutu and Aunty Mary Kovich. We have fond memories of her as well. My condolences on the passing of your tutu and your sister. You have your loving memories to call upon when you need them. Aloha no, Kawaiopua
Reply Rochelle Kailihiwa Poaha Luchinger Tufono
3:40 AM on January 12, 2013 
correction: Miss Hawaii's Daughters Guild of California
Reply Rochelle Kailihiwa Poaha Luchinger Tufono
3:33 AM on January 12, 2013 
I just wanted to express my love for Auntie Mary Kovich. She was one of my grandmother's (Rose Kalaupaona II Kailihiwa Poaha) best friends back in Hawaii in their younger days. Unfortunately, my Kukuwahine passed in 1979, but I did see Auntie Mary before I left California to move to Hawaii in 1986, I believe it was. I loved her so very much!!!

On an additional note, my sister (Gay-Lyn Kalaupaona IV Poaha Luchinger) was Miss Hawaii Daughters Guild and Miss Congeniality in the Miss Voice of Hawaii Pageant back in the '70s. My sister passed in 1984 from cancer, but she was truly amazing! The most incredible voice and absolutely gorgeous! I love you, Gay-Lyn!
Reply Ulumahiehie Seto
11:56 AM on May 21, 2012 
This such a beautiful site. Mahalo to Kawaiopua for all the hardwork! Love it!
Reply Sharon Leialoha Chilton Traulsen
10:41 PM on September 17, 2011 
I'm a recent retiree of Hawaiian descent here in SoCal. Since moving here nearly 50 years ago to continue my education, pursue a career and raise a family, my cultural identity has been relegated to the back burner, so to speak. I now have time to search for my own Hawaiian roots (a long overdue project!) and learn more about my heritage. I've enjoyed your website and wish you warm aloha!
Reply Waimakalani Iona
12:52 AM on January 30, 2011 
Aloha mai: I was playing around on the computer and googled my daughter's name - keakealani. When I saw my grandmother's name appear on your site - Keakealani Hills. I remember having a photo of her in her black holoku at one of your functions. This was a very long time ago - over 20 years ago. I lost the photo and have been heart broken over that lost. Might anyone have some old photos of past holoku balls? I would love to show her great-grand daughter and name sake a picture of her. Mahalo nui, Waimakalani Iona
Reply Noreen Pahnka Caldwell
1:03 AM on June 28, 2010 
I live in Camarillo, CA. My mother, Katherine Kapuniai Pahnka and my Dad Sims Pahnka live in Henderson, Nevada. I will be visiting them the 4th of July weekend. You can call them at (702) 566-9071. Mahalo, Noreen.
Lila Kawasaki-Shiroma says...
I am a relative of Nani Kapuniai-Pahnka. My family has lost contact with Auntie Nani and her family. We wish to reunite with them. Please send her my aloha so we may have celebration reunion.