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Never too young for Hula

<p>HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald</p><p>Judge Sandra Lee sits on the pannel during the E Malama Mau I Ka Hula Festival at Edith Kanakaole Tennis Stadium Saturday night. This was Hilo’s first keiki hula competition in a decade and included 10 halau from around the Big Island and five soloists. The event was part of the 50th anniversary of the Merrie Monarch Festival which will be held next spring.</p><p>HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald</p><p>Halau Na Pua ‘O Uluhaimalama performs “Ke ‘Ai Nei” during the E Malama Mau I Ka Hula Festival at Edith Kanakaole Tennis Stadium Saturday night. This was Hilo’s first keiki hula competition in a decade and included 10 halau from around the Big Island and five soloists. The event was part of the 50th anniversary of the Merrie Monarch Festival which will be held next spring.</p><p>HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald</p><p>Hula Halau Kala’akeakauikawekiu performs “Green Rose Hula” during the E Malama Mau I Ka Hula Festival at Edith Kanakaole Tennis Stadium Saturday night. This was Hilo’s first keiki hula competition in a decade and included 10 halau from around the Big Island and five soloists. The event was part of the 50th anniversary of the Merrie Monarch Festival which will be held next spring.</p>

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