Aloha Ahi Ahi Kakou!
The year is speeding past us and the first mile marker is Hana Hou T-Day which is already upon us! Which means, this Friday is your big chance to share your leftovers with your UFOhana at our regularly scheduled Kanikapila. We’re meeting at our usual time of 7p-10p and invite everyone to share your Homeless Turkey, Mash, Gravy, SPAM (made with Turkey) Musubi, Turkey Chow Fun, and any miscellaneous fixings. Oh, and if you have any left over Aloha, bring some of that too . . .
Click below for Friday’s Photo Album:
Saturday Kanikapila will be held at the UFOHQ as well. BYOB&S (Beverages and Snacks) and if you have more of the leftover A-word thing.
Almost forgot, here’s the Saturday Images:
We celebrated the 61st Wedding Anniversary of the Axelrods . . .
Btw, Linda will be having a Black Friday and 50 Shades of Gray Saturday 30% Off Sale this weekend. So come an hour early if you are in search of a some quality Hawaiian Wear and Goods.
I want to share the following from Charlotte:
Ukulele awards at Laurel Dell elementary
Many sponsors of this award 26 Kala ukuleles with cases
Each ukulele had gold inscription of who donated.
Major donors corporate visions and Elks especially Dennis Mcnell with other individual donors plus those who participated in Bay Area Human Race on May 13 walking or playing music – Del & Linda and UFO s who stood on the corner playing for the walkers.
Mahalo to all who made this happen!! First set of ukuleles for Laurel Dell
Melann, Pauline, Gary A and Sandra,Joan Corey, Amy, Andrew Ian Flynn, Elaine and Mike steinbacher, Al Bernes, Ruby, Mary Lynn(?) and husband, Barbara and Tucker, Lynnette, Madison, Mark and Dongfen, Don Koc, Marion Boyd — Corporate Visions the sponsors of the fundraiser and all who donated. Too many to name. Mahalo
I’d also like to say that on behalf of Linda and myself. We give thanks to our higher powers and to the UFOhana for all that you do and share with us. It has been a bumpy journey to this place we now call home. But are so fortunate to have such giving and caring ‘Ohana in you all. We hope to return in kind to you all what you have so generously given us. We wish you all have a . . .
Warm wooden vessels,
Crafted containers of songs,
Aloha A Hui Hou,