I have some sad new to pass onto you.
One of our senior Ukulele Pilots, Clay Wilson, has answered the call from Akua (his higher power) today at 1:30pm and joined our other UFOhana members i ka Lani (in heaven).
Mahalo Nui Loa Clay for 20 years of great Kanikapilas with us and for sharing your wonderful sweet pa’ani’s. “Hawai’i Aloha” will be bitter sweet without your pa’ani next to mine . . .
Please send your Aloha and healing Mana to Mary Wilson and the Wilson ‘Ohana during this difficult time.
Me ke Aloha Pumehana,
Kaleikoa a Nohea a Jake
Aloha Ahi Ahi UFOhana,
It’s official, Vanikapila and back in full swing at UFOHQ as evident by the images below:
Mahalo nui to those of you that tested and safely attended this past Saturday. Mahalo to Lynnette for bringing her Keiki Music Group, always great to have them in our Kanikapila!
Mahalo to Linda Green for sharing our Vanikapila with Brudda Clay.
Again, please note the following from Toni and Mickey . .
HaMakom yinachem etchem b’toch sh’ar aveilei Tzion Vi’rushalayim.
May God comfort you amongst the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.
Toni and Mickey Golbus and their family invite you to attend a shiva in memory of their daughter, Aliyah Atias, z”l.
The shiva will now take place at the Osher Marin JCC (200 N. San Pedro Rd., San Rafael, 94903) on Monday, February 20 at 6:30pm. If you would like to contribute any food for the shiva, please contact Michelle Barenbaum, who is coordinating this effort. Michelle can be reached at email@example.com.
May Aliyah’s memory be a blessing to all who loved her.
Rabbi Stacy Friedman, Rabbi Elana Rosen-Brown, and
Cantor David Margules
Below, the Livestream Link to this week’s Vanikapila.
Doves circling above,
Softly blue roses drift down,
Gently he beckons . . .
Take Care Everyone!
Hope to see you this weekend!
2 Replies to “022123: Vanikapila 5.23”
I’m glad we got a chance to play with Clay at the Women’s club recently and dedicate a few tunes to him last weekend. Sad to see him go.
Yes, we were very fortunate and he looked like he was on the road to recovery, but . . .