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39th Annual Ho'Ike

Kaiāulu 'I'mi Hawai'i is WSU resident Hawai'i club, focused on bringing Hawaiian culture to the 509.  Through many different projects, collaborations, and weekly meetings, our community-based club works towards spreading the culture from our home to the new place we call home, Pullman. Our club is non-exclusionary, but mainly focuses on catering towards those from Hawai'i and those who want to learn about the cultural practices of Hawai'i.  The biggest way we celebrate and share our experiences is through Ho'Ike, which is our annual event that is similar to what many would consider a luau. The entirety of this event is based on important aspects to our culture, such as song, dance, food, and language.  Your contributions would go directly to making this huge cultural event continue on for the 39th year, continuing a legacy that was established by generations of Hawai'i kids who moved to pullman in 1984.  Thank you for taking the time to read our informational page and for considering donating to our event.

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Your donations will go directly to funding small items like decorations and programs.



Your donation will contribute to larger items like tables, food, and store items.



With these donations, you will help us with our very biggest items like food, large decorations, costumes, and more.

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