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WINNERS ANNOUNCED FOR THE "KANIKAPILA KALIKIMAKA!" WREATH CONTEST
Organized by the Mayor's Office of Culture and Arts, the wreath contest awarded the top prize of $200 to the art class for most ingenious wreath creation. The patients at the Hawaii State Hospital Occupational Therapy Department Art Class, titled "Sweet Memories of the 70's Kanikapila Hawaiian Style!" uses color reproductions of vintage posters, T-shirts, and backstage passes from the 1970s Hawaii music and entertainment scene including the Brothers Cazimero, Kalapana, Country Comfort, Booga Booga, and the beloved Diamond Head Crater Festivals; also used are found and recycled materials like driftwood, pinecones, kukui nuts, coconut husks, seed pods, shells, and lei.
Seventy-three entries were received this year from all over
Mayor's Holly Award
Occupational Therapy Art Class at the
Adult Wreath Category
Judges' Choice Muriel Miura
Judges' Choice Marshall K. Fergerstrom
Youth Wreath Category
Judges' Choice Papa Lilinoe at Kawaiaha`o
Theme Wreath Category "Kanikapila Kalikimaka"
Judges' Choice Mary Cardinale
Judges' Choice Lori Gauer
Contact: Tory Laitila, Mayor's Office of Culture and the Arts, 768-6622