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Kauai Coffee, the perfect blend of nature and nurture, is 100% genuine
Hawaiian Kaua'i coffee.
It is grown, harvested, roasted and packaged on Kauai Coffee's exclusive
3,500 acre estate.
As a product grown on a single estate, Kauai Coffee has a natural
consistency that you can count on year after year, cup by cup! The aromatic
freshness of Kauai Coffee brewing is an irresistible magnet.
Kauai Coffee's pride and passion in what they do; and the coffees they
produce; are obvious from their immaculate fields of 4 million coffee
trees, welcoming Visitor Center, stunning packaging, rich aromatic coffee,
full body and scrumptious flavors.
To learn why Kauai Coffee is the ultimate best coffee, visit their website,
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When it comes to sweeteners, Maui Brand® Natural Cane Sugar is in a class
of its own.
Maui Brand® Natural Cane Sugar crystals literally
sparkle like brilliant diamonds of life. You haven't seen
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the sweeteners in our recipes would make a world a difference! It does.
Name brands do make a world difference in flavors.
Maui Brand® Natural Cane Sugars are made in Maui by Hawaiian
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on Saturday, October 19, 2013 at Chief Leschi High Schools in Puyallup,
What is Kauai Made?
Kauai Made logo goes beyond a
Kauai Made is a program created by
County of Kauai; to represent
products made on Kauai, by the
people of Kauai using Kauai materials. With love and
respect for the land (aina) of Kauai.
Companies using Kauai Made logo successfully
completed County of Kauai permit requirements; and
approval to use Kauai Made logo by County of Kauai
Office of Economic Development.
Products labeled with Kauai Made logo are a Seal of
Distinction, Product Authenticity and Integrity that you can
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October 19, 2013
What is Ho’olaule’a?
Ho’olaule’a, or Hawaiian Cultural Festival is a
special community event. Ho'olaule'a promotes:
• Hawaiian language/'olelo Hawai'i.
• A spirit of aloha, gratitude and
• Dance/hula, arts/crafts, ethnic foods,
and island-style wares.
• Unite people with mutual interests in
The Meaning of "Aloha"
(Alo - presence, front, face; Hâ - breath)
"The presence of (Divine) Breath"
In the words of Hawai'i's last reigning monarch, Her Royal
Majesty, Queen Lili'uokalani (1891-93), is the true meaning of
this magical word.
Quote: "And wherever (the native
Hawaiian) went he said 'Aloha' in meeting
or in parting.
'Aloha' was recognition of life in another.
If there was life, there was mana, goodness
and wisdom, and if there was goodness and
wisdom, there was a God-Quality.
One had to recognize the 'God of Life' in another before saying
'Aloha,' but this was easy.
Life was everywhere - in the trees, the flowers,
the ocean, the fish, the birds, the pili grass, the rainbow, the
rock - in all the world was life--was--God--was Aloha.
Aloha in its gaiety, joy, happiness, abundance.
Because of 'Aloha', one gave without thought of return; because
of Aloha, one had mana.
Aloha has its own mana. It never left the giver. But flowed
freely and continuously between giver and receiver.
'Aloha' could not be thoughtlessly or
indiscriminately spoken, for it carried its own power.
No Hawaiian could greet another with 'Aloha' unless he felt it
in his own heart.
If he felt anger or hate in his heart, he had to cleanse himself
before he said 'Aloha'." end of quote
Source: Helena G. Allen, "The Betrayal of Lili`uokalani, Last
Queen of Hawaii," 1838-1917
Samuel K. Awa’a
1933 - 2013
New Book Release!
Ho’olaule’a, or Hawaiian Cultural Festival is a xxxxxxxxx
New Book Release!
By Bill Fernandez, Hawaiian Author