He Lei Ho‘oheno — ‘A Cherished Lei’ — is WHS May Day theme
Waiakea High School will celebrate He Lei Ho‘oheno, “A Cherished Lei,” at its annual May Day program at 6 p.m. Friday, May 2, in the WHS Warrior Gymnasium. Tickets are $5 from WHS students, or call 974-4888, ext. 362, or buy them at the door that evening.
The resources within a community influence the type, shape and style of lei that are produced, which in turn show relevance and perpetuate traditions.
The community is invited to join the students, staff, keiki and alumni for the celebration. Prior to the evening performance, there will be a craft/food fair featuring craft items and food booths from school and community members from 2-6 p.m. at the gymnasium.
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