FIRST PHOTO: Pa'u Princess Kelcy Nobriga represents the island of Kahoolawe.
SECOND PHOTO: Maui Shrine Club member Jerry Kaiama gives Jordan Ratterman, 6, a ride while entertaining the crowd.
THIRD PHOTO: Pa'u Princess Tanya Naehu represents the island of Oahu.
The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photo
FOURTH PHOTO: Spectators snap photos of pa'u riders and their elaborate costumes and flower lei Saturday.
FIFTH PHOTO: Pa'u Princess Miki'ala Poepoe represents the island of Lanai.
SIXTH PHOTO: Pa'u Princess Hawealani Kahahane represents the island of Maui.
SEVENTH PHOTO: Parade Grand Marshal Wilfred Souza waves to the crowd Saturday.
* This article includes a correction from the original published onSunday June 19, 2011. Miki'ala Poepoe should have been identified as the princess representing Lanai in a photo caption published on Page A3 for coverage of the Na Kamehameha Pa'u Parade and Ho'olaule'a. Talia Filikitonga was a page with the Lanai pa'u group.The Maui News apologizes for the errors.