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Weekly Update for Apr 26, 2023

Article #1: The Lā’ie, BYU-Hawaiʻi, and Historic Temple Tram Tour

Submitted by: Nina S. Jones, Lead Blogger  

This week’s blog highlights one of the many activities available at the Polynesian Cultural Center – our free Lāʻie Tram Tour. This 40-minute tour takes interested guests through the BYU-Hawaiʻi campus, the tiny country town of Lāʻie, and a brief stop at the historic Lāʻie Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Read the full blog here!

Tram Tour


Article #2: Achieve Excellence 

Submitted by: Moniqueca Kaufusi 

Congratulations to our Focused recognition recipients who exemplify our REWATCH beliefs and create measurable improvements in their respective areas. We see you, we magnify you, and we recognize all that you do. 

We encourage all employees to share their experiences with the Cultural Beliefs by scanning the QR code down below and taking the 2-minute survey. 

REWATCH Recipients


Monthly Draw QR


Article #3: May Day Lei Competition 

Submitted by: Terry Panee 

May Day is Lei Day, a 95-year-old tradition in Hawaii where we celebrate the art of lei-making. We are bringing back our May Day Lei competition this year with four categories: 

  • Fresh Lei (flowers and foliage) 
  • Flowers-only Lei 
  • Edible Lei (candy, fruits, vegetables) 
  • Recyclable Lei (artificial, paper, plastic, wood, glass, metal) 

Check out the registration form for more details. Please do not forget to wear a Lei, give a Lei, and share a Lei on May Day Lei Day (May 1, 2023). 

Click here to learn more!! 

May Lei Competition