Aloha kekahi i kekahi,
It the second Friday of the month which means we’ll be gathering at the Elks! We’re going try outdoors this time, let’s pray for warm, calm weather. Be sure to bring your Outdoor Gear, music stand, wind clips, layered clothing and some Aloha to share with the Elks.
Joe’s got another great dinner lined up for us. Click the image below to access their ticket/reservation site.
Mahalos to all that attended last Saturday, what a beautiful day it was and having you all there just made it so much funner! I hope all our makuahine had a great Mothers Day.
Here are the images from last Saturday.
Speaking of Ukes, we have an Amber Uke Alert out for the following Ukulele belonging to Sandra Figone.
She was last seen about 2 weeks ago at Vendola Café, in a black case. We’ve searched all over and haven’t found her. Please text me at 415-300-7804 with any information. Mahalo.
A couple weeks ago, a group of UFOhana Pilots were ask to perform at the annual Lynwood/San Ramon Elementary School Kanikapila. Below are images from that fabulous event. Mahalo Nui Loa to the UFO Pilots that represent the ‘Ohana so well at that event. You inspired the Keiki so much they’ve been harassing Ms. Boosey for another one! Mahalo to Lynnette, Linda and Don (his pictures are listed mysteriously under my name) for the great photos. Beautiful memories forever stitched into the fabric of the Internet, made possible by your Donations of Time and Money to PIKOhana. Mahalo Nui Loa to you all . . .
And below, the Mahalo and Aloha Cards from the San Ramon and Lynwood Junior UFOhana Pilots.
You may need to view these through a PC or through a browser on our blog at https://UFOhana.org. It may not display properly if you’re view through your Emails messages. Click the link the view the PDF full screen or hit the DOWNLOAD to view it off line.
A couple of them made some 3D / Pop Up cards. Very clever and the joy of the event came through in many of their messages, they’re definitely worth seeing.
Finally, click below to join this Saturday’s Vanikapila.
it’s what we perceive,
limits what is possible,
time is our construct.
Ok, I tink das it . . . spok-u-bum-bye,