Pride of Aloha’s keiki art
contest draws 900 entries

Island hoppers traveling aboard the inaugural sail of the Pride of Aloha were greeted upon boarding by panel after panel of colorful keiki artwork, nearly 900 entries in all, submitted by students from all major islands.

Works were judged in three age categories.

The first-place winners (their artwork is shown) received a seven-day interisland cruise for four aboard the Pride of Aloha. Second-place winners received lunch for four and a private tour aboard the 853-foot vessel, featuring nine restaurants/lounges, swimming pools and a theater. The third-place winner will receive a Pride of Aloha prize pack filled with NCL (Norwegian Cruise Line) gift items.


Kindergarten through grade 4
1. Morgan Rapozo E. B. DeSilva Elementary, Hilo, grade 4
2. Carissa Kim Mililani Mauka Elementary, grade 3
3. Jennifer Ha Noelani Elementary, grade 2


Grade 5 through 8
1. Ulu Makuakane, Naalehu School, grade 6
2. Jasmine Pang, Mililani Middle School, grade 7
3. Jessica Caraang, Maui Waena Intermediate, grade 8


Grade 9 through 12
1. Michael de Guzman Farrington High School, grade 12
2. Kahea Lindsey Honoka'a High School, grade 11
3. Heather Graf Kea'au High School, grade 11


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