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Latest issue of I Mua magazine focuses on Lahaina recovery and more

May 14, 2024

Kamehameha Schools latest edition of I Mua magazine includes themes of hoʻomau and holomua as alumni share stories of piecing their lives back together after the tragic Lahaina wildfires. Many in the KS ʻohana are now focused on taking an active role in community-driven efforts to restore Lahaina to a place of abundance it once was.

In this edition you'll also find stories of ʻāina restoration, deep faith and an alumna author who is helping keiki deepen cultural connections through the pages of a fantasy novel. 

Read more online or flip through the pages of the copy mailed directly to your hale. Don't receive a hard copy but would like to? Join the direct mail list in time for the next edition.

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