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As part of last year’s Makahiki celebration, members of the Hikiau ʻOhana, a group of cultural practitioners from South Kona, Hawaiʻi Island, gathered at Hale o Keawe at Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau to offer hoʻokupu to the seven akua Lono. This was the third of five ceremonies they conducted to open the Makahiki season. (L-R) Kēhau Frietas, Kanani Enos, Kēliko Enos-Cruz, Shane Akoni Nelsen, Pōhaku Hundley, Mark Dumaguin, Kahakaʻio Ravenscraft, Kala Holiday, and Raymond Broad. Out of sight standing behind the group is Kekoa Kahoʻonei, the kahoaliʻi (carrier of Lonomākua). Photo: Tyler Chisholm

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Dr. Kaiwipunikauikawēkiu Lipe with her keiki "masked up" on a visit to the Honolulu Zoo. Vigilant mask-wearing is one of their ʻohana strategies for staying safe and healthy during the pandemic. Photo Courtesy.