Achievements

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Achievements

Benchmark Achievements:
• February 3, 2005, Awa Ceremony with Kamehameha Schools Trustees
• May 27, 2007, Hui Kaha Pōhaku (Group that Draws Placement of Stones) Completed Map, Kapuanoni Heiau
• June 18, 2007, First Session of Kia‘i ‘Äina Kualoloa, (Guardians of the Long Back of the Land), Youth Program
• July 25, 2007, Restoration of Hāpaiali‘i Heiau Began
• September 4, 2007, Hāpai Pōhaku, Kamehameha Schools Trustees
• September 14, 2007, First Puana Ka ‘Ike Free Public Lecture, Hawaiian Spirituality
• September 19, 2007, Discovery of Ke Ala I ka Piko o Wakea (Equinox) alignment with Hāpaiali‘i Heiau.
• November 2-4, 2007, ‘Aha, Developing Hawaiian Education Leaders
• December 21, 2007, Restoration of Hāpaiali‘i Heiau completed, also date of Ke Ala Nui Polohiwa a Kanaloa (Winter Solstice)
• February 11, 2008, Restoration of Ke‘ekū Heiau Began
• May 25, 2008, Hui Kaha Pōhaku Completed Maps of Po‘o Hawai‘i Pond, Mākole‘ā Heiau, Ki‘i Pōhaku (Petroglyphs)
• June 8, 2008, First Session of Kūlia I Ka Pono at Kahalu‘u
• June 12-14, 2008, Papakū Makawalu Educators’ Workshop
• August 27, 2008, U.S. Coral Reef Task Force Conference at Kahalu‘u
• September 12-14, 2008, Uhau Humu Pōhaku (Dry Stack Masonry) Statewide Conference at Kahalu‘u
• November 15, 2008, Public Presentation at Keauhou by Native Hawaiian Hawai‘i Mellon Foundation Fellows
• December 14, 2008, Convening of Scientists, Cyberinfrastructure for the Study of Water
• December 2008, Completed Restoration of Mākole‘ā Heiau
• January 23-24, 2009, Papakū Makawalu Cultural Practitioners’ Workshop
• April 2, 2009, Families of Kahalu‘u Welcome Kamehameha Schools Trustees, Site Visits in Keauhou & Kahalu‘u inclusive of Land Area 26, Heritage Center.
• May 14, 2009, Hui Kaha Pōkahu Completed Maps of Papakoholua Heiau, Lonoikamakahiki Residence
• June 22, 2009, Restoration Completion of Ke‘ekū, Also date of Ke Ala Nui Polohiwa a Kāne (Summer Solstice)
• June 22, 2009, Rededication of Hāpaiali‘i Heiau, Kamehameha Schools Trustees and ‘Ohana o Kahalu‘u, Ke Ala Nui Polohiwa a Käne (Summer Solstice)

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