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Parade honors King Kamehameha | Honolulu Star-Advertiser

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Members of the Royal Order of Kamehameha from Oahu and Hawaii island are seen with members of the Daughters of Hawai’i.

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Making its way down Kalakaua Avenue was the Kamehameha Schools marching band along with the school’s color guard and cheerleaders.

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The mo’i float with kipu’upu’u warriors goes down the parade route.

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Pa’u queen Likolehua Tangaro during Saturday’s parade.

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Representing the island of Molokai is Edlyn Mahina Kim Lun Sniffen.

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Kamehameha Schools cheerleaders march down Kalakaua Avenue.

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Making its way down Kalakaua Avenue was the Kamehameha Schools marching band along with the school’s color guard and cheerleaders.

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Representing the island of Hawaii is Dancette Kimie Puaokalani Ah Lee Sam.

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Representing the island of Maui is Candace Leonani Puailihau.

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Representing the island of Niihau is Daphne Waikuiokekela Wingate-Chung.

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Spectators document the parade along Kalakaua Avenue.

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Various Volkswagen clubs participated in the parade including
a member throwing a shaka to the crowd.

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Representing the island of Kauai is Kawohikukapulani Tuasivi.

Anna Harden

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