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Birds-eye view of a lot of water, Jared Pare does good, and some sound advice

Birdseye view of a lot of water, Jared Pere does good and some sound advice

Submitted by:Terry Panee, Elder Davis, and Nina Jones 

Here are some amazing views of “Lake PCC”, courtesy of Spencer Ingley and his Mavic 2 Pro. Yes, it was quick, yes, it was scaryand yes, it caused damage in and around Laie – but we are grateful that the damage did not include loss of life and for a beautiful community that comes together to support one another in times of need.  

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Kamehameha Schools carves partnership with the Polynesian Cultural Center 


Hoʻokahua Cultural Specialist and Kaʻiwakīloumoku carver Kumulaʻau Sing KSK’89 collaborated with Maōri master carver Jared Pere of the Polynesian Cultural Center (left) to create a poupou – or ancestral post – as a tribute to esteemed Māori elder Sir Hector Busby.

Enjoy this great articlhighlighting Jared Pere and his collaborative work with Kamehameha Schools. Great job. We are proud of you, Jared! 


safety corner


Every employee should have safety training to complete during 2021. If you have never logged in and changed your password – your login ID will be your first initial and your last name. Your password will be WELCOME (all in caps). The following link will get you started. 


If you have any problems, please email Elder Davis at davist@polynesia.com