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Getting Pa‘ula‘ula ready for the King

WAIMEA — The Friends of King Kaumuali‘i invite the community of Kaua‘i to join them Saturday when the group does a community clean-up day at Pa‘ula‘ula, more commonly known as the Russian Fort Elizabeth State Park.

Volunteers should come with close-toed shoes and gloves for the work day that starts from 8:30 a.m. centered around preparing the site for the installation of the life-statue of King Kaumuali‘i.

Ground for the site was broken on Dec. 1 with Kikiaola Construction with the theme “A ‘ohe hana nui ke alu‘ia” which translates to mean “no task is too big when done together by all.”

Once the life-statue is installed, the Friends of King Kaumuali‘i, a 501(3)C nonprofit organization, is scheduled to host a formal blessing and “Welcome Home” for Kaumuali‘i on March 20.

Information: Maureen Fodale (808) 652-0021.
Source: The Garden Island

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