Madras Marine’s Maui Boat Show Benefit

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General Duffy’s host’s fundraiser for Maui wildfire victims and First Responders Sunday August 27th from 10-8pm
***All Ages/Free Event/Donations Suggested
Event Details:
Support our ohana and help raise funds/essentials for First Responders and the local community thru Hawaiian Council’s Kākoʻo Maui Fund. We’re loading boats with requested items and donations alongside Hawaiian music, dance, food and crafts.
Your generosity will not only help rebuild but also show the strength of our unity and aloha spirit. 100% of the proceeds will go to Maui relief efforts.

Event Schedule:
10-2pm: Island Style Brunch @ The Annex
12-2pm : Featured Live Performance w/Bill Keale
3-5pm: Hawaiian Music w/Kurt Silva
6pm: Hokule’a Ohana Central Oregon Hawaiian Dancers

Lei Making w/Ladybug Florist & Smilin’ Ivy
Silent Auction
Jewelry from Silver Anchor Designs
Maui Strong Stickers: Absolute Designs
Maui Strong Merchandise: Our Personal Touch
Show Lahaina Love w/ First Responder Donations: (Items Needed)
Diapers, Baby Formula, Bottles, Clothing, Shoes, Flip Flops, Bathing Suits, Shorts, Tank Tops, Underwear, Hygiene Items of any kind, Craft Supplies for kids, Sunscreen, Aloe Vera, School Supplies, Flashlights
Camping Supplies

About The Kākoʻo Maui Fund: The Kākoʻo Maui Fund is providing resources that can be deployed quickly and efficiently to Hawaiian communities impacted by the Maui wildfires. The Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement, Alakaina Foundation Family, and Kako’o Haleakala will match up to $300,000 in donations for Kako’o Maui. Learn more @
About Bill Keale: From his early introduction into Hawaiian Music, Slack Key Guitar, Pop & Folk, Bill Keale’s smooth vocal style adds a special touch to audiences everywhere. It’s that intangible, acoustic, organic profile as a solo artist that remains evident and pure. His unique guitar styling and vocals is a reflection of his approachable and personable interpretation of Aloha. Link:
About Hokule’a Ohana Central Oregon Hawaiian Dancers: Hokule’a Ohana Dancers are based in Redmond, Oregon and specialize in Polynesian dancing.

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