VIDEO: 2010 Na Kamehameha Parade Maui – Part 5

June 15, 2010, 7:04 PM HST · Updated December 29, 3:41 PM

Posted by Wendy Osher

The fifth and final segment of Na Kamehameha Commemorative Pa’u Parade & Ho’olaule’a featured pa’u units from our own island of Maui and the islands of Kaho’olawe and Lana’i.  Pa’u Princess Tina Marie Lopez is proudly adorned with the lokelani rose of Maui and the pink color of the island.


This segment also features Cheer 808 Maui, a group that started as a pilot program through Hawaii Pacific University in 2008.  Cheer 808 now has 260 members enrolled from the islands of Oahu and Maui and holds six national and three international titles in Divisions level 1 and level 4.2.

Mahalo to Braddah Poki (Allen Pokipala) for commentary at the Lahaina Pizza Co., one of five commentary locations along the parade route.

Parade organizers also extended special thanks to: the County of Maui Office of Economic Development, Hawaii Tourism Authority, Lahaina Hawaiian Civic Club, Central Maui Hawaiian Civic Club, Ho’olehua Hawaiian Civic Club, Na Hoaloha Eha, Ltd. – Old Lahaina Luau, LahainaTown Action Committee, Expeditions Lahaina – Lana’i Ferry, Kapalua Land Company, Smythe Fujiwara Design, KPOA – Pacific Radio Group, OHA Trustee Mossman, Safeway Kahului, and Kimo’s Lahaina.

Pa'u Princess Julie Mitchell represents the island of Lana'i, accompanied by Lydia perry as her Attendant, and Outriders Greg Brown and Kalani Kapu. Photo by Wendy Osher.

Pa'u Princess Anela Haina represents the island of O'ahu. She is originally from Waimanalo, but currently resides at the Villages of Leiali'i on Maui. Photo by Wendy Osher.

The Pa'u unit from the island of Kaho'olawe included Princess Wendy Souza-Lopes, Paige Julie Lono, Atendants Meili Nickens and Jamie-Lee Tang, and Outriders Cristiane Martins and Sherri Tancayo. Photo by Wendy Osher.



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