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Aloha Dear Friends of Akiko & Wailea Village:

We are very excited to share some BIG mahalos, a Reminder for our 17th. Annual Mochi Pounding and a New website we think you'll like as much as we do.

BIG MAHALO to all of our local friends and former guests from around the world who responded so generously to our request for your kokua (help) in funding the year-round community events supported by the non-profit Wailea Village Historic Preservation Community (WVHPC). Our 2014 operating budget is fully funded--thanks to you!

Reminder: Our 17th. Annual Traditional Mochi Pounding is 8 am to 2 pm, Sunday, December 28. Visit www.akikosbnb.com for information on all special events or B&B accommodations.   

New website:  One of our community members, Susan Forbes, has created a beautiful new website for the area that once defined the Hakalau Sugar Plantation from Wailea Village to Ninole.  Click on the link www.hakalauhome.com to visit each of the sections (yesterday, today & tomorrow) for a feast of great photos, slide shows, and links to current information on public and private community development plans, environmental issues and much more.  You are also invited to help Susan "fill in the blanks" with contributions of local history.

Akiko's weekly FoodShare email blast to vendors, friends and neighbors always ends with a poem in the spirit of gratitude. We share with you in closing, along with sincerest appreciation for your continued support, participation and aloha.

Garry Wyckoff
WVHPC Board Member

Great Creator,
We bow in gratitude to our  aina,
We bow in gratitude to our animals,
We bow in gratitude to our farmers.
Mahalo sun,
Mahalo rain,
Mahalo wind.
Thank-you so much for all life,
May we live lives of service.