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Kupuna Eaton

Grand Marshall

Christmas Parade

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Christmas Parade

Background Information

Employment History

Hawaiian Studies Teacher

Iroquois Point Elementary School


President

Hoakalei Cultural Foundation


Web References(15 Total References)


Hoakalei Cultural Foundation | News and Events

www.hoakaleifoundation.org [cached]

President Arline Eaton, Vice President Mary Serrao and Treasurer Alicia Maluafiti accepted the check on behalf of the Foundation.
The 'Ewa Beach Lions Club honored Hoakalei Cultural Foundation President Arline Eaton at the community's annual Christmas celebration. The Lions named Kupuna Eaton "Grand Marshall" of the Christmas Parade in recognition of her efforts to perpetuate the culture and history of the area.


Hoakalei Cultural Foundation | News and Events

www.hoakaleifoundation.org [cached]

President Arline Eaton, Vice President Mary Serrao and Treasurer Alicia Maluafiti accepted the check on behalf of the Foundation.


Hoakalei Cultural Foundation | News and Events

www.hoakaleifoundation.org [cached]

The 'Ewa Beach Lions Club honored Hoakalei Cultural Foundation President Arline Eaton at the community's annual Christmas celebration.
The Lions named Kupuna Eaton "Grand Marshall" of the Christmas Parade in recognition of her efforts to perpetuate the culture and history of the area.


Our Story | Hoakalei Cultural Foundation

hoakaleifoundation.org [cached]

It was the work of Kupuna Eaton and Sister Parish that led to development of educational programs with students and community organizations to collect and document the heritage of their ancestral homeland.
Sister Parish passed away in 2004, leaving Kupuna Eaton to carry on their vision. In 2005, working with community members, cultural organizations and Haseko Ewa Inc., Kupuna Eaton began paving the way for the establishment of the Hoakalei Cultural Foundation (Hoakalei CF). In 2006, the Hoakalei Cultural Foundation was granted federal non-profit status, and Kupuna Eaton, along with dedicated board members, volunteers and resource people, worked in developing educational outreach programs and implementing site preservation plans. Working closely with Kupuna Eaton to get the Foundation off the ground were Aunty Mary Kaipo Malama Serrao, Alicia Maluafiti, Frances Rivero, Sharene Saito Tam, Kalani Apana, Lisa Enanoria, Ku'uwainani Eaton, Kau'i Serrao, Wendy Ferreira, Tom Dye (T.S. Dye & Colleagues, Archaeologists), Muffet Jourdane, Kim Kalama, Planning Solutions Inc., and Kep and Onaona Maly.


Our Story | Hoakalei Cultural Foundation

www.hoakaleifoundation.org [cached]

It was the work of Kupuna Eaton and Sister Parish that led to development of educational programs with students and community organizations to collect and document the heritage of their ancestral homeland.
Sister Parish passed away in 2004, leaving Kupuna Eaton to carry on their vision. In 2005, working with community members, cultural organizations and Haseko Ewa Inc., Kupuna Eaton began paving the way for the establishment of the Hoakalei Cultural Foundation (Hoakalei CF). In 2006, the Hoakalei Cultural Foundation was granted federal non-profit status, and Kupuna Eaton, along with dedicated board members, volunteers and resource people, worked in developing educational outreach programs and implementing site preservation plans. Working closely with Kupuna Eaton to get the Foundation off the ground were Aunty Mary Kaipo Malama Serrao, Alicia Maluafiti, Frances Rivero, Sharene Saito Tam, Kalani Apana, Lisa Enanoria, Ku'uwainani Eaton, Kau'i Serrao, Wendy Ferreira, Tom Dye (T.S. Dye & Colleagues, Archaeologists), Muffet Jourdane, Kim Kalama, Planning Solutions Inc., and Kepa and Onaona Maly.


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