Ke Aloha o Ke Akua: Kamehameha Schools Christmas Concert 2015

Ke Aloha o Ke Akua: Kamehameha Schools Christmas Concert 2015

Join the students of the Kamehameha Schools Kapālama Performing Arts Department as they present a medley of our favorite holiday mele in the annual Christmas Concert entitled Ke Aloha o Ke Akua.

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    would return, however, some have their own historic or cultural origins.
    In my culture it is the spruce and we call it Christmas
    tree. You need to pick something that is classy as well
    as conveys how much you love him or her.

  2. Adalberto 9 years ago

    Whaat camera was used here?

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