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Art of Recycling

<p>HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald</p><p>Waiakea Elementary fifth-grader Keilyn Kunimoto, 10, smiles while looking at the recycled art called “My Craft” that she made with her Student Council at Prince Kuhio Plaza during the “Art of Recycling” on April 20. The free exhibit featured recycled art from East Hawaii schools.</p><p>HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald</p><p><strong>‘Art of Recycling’ —</strong> Nawahiokalaniopu’u Iki Elementary second-grader Anela Lavea-Malloe, 7, shows her dad, Jay, the recycled art she made for the “Art of Recycling” show at Prince Kuhio Plaza on April 20. The free exhibit featured recycled art from East Hawaii schools.</p><p>HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald</p><p>St. Joseph Middle Schooler Rayun Lum’s recycled art called “Hunting in Molokai” is on display in the “Art of Recycling” show at Prince Kuhio Plaza on April 20. The free exhibit featured recycled art from East Hawaii schools.</p>

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