Ua hōʻea mai ka lā hoʻihoʻi ea a me ka panina o ka pāhana ʻIke Kūʻokoʻa ma lalo hoʻi o Awaiaulu i kēia lā. Ua nui loa ka holomua akā ʻaʻole naʻe i pau. No laila, e hoʻoholomua like kākou.
Restoration Day and the end of the first phase for Awaiaulu’s project, ʻIke Kūʻokoʻa, were the core of today’s celebration. A lot was accomplished but we’re not quite finished. Therefore, let us all continue to move this transcribing initiative forward.
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