Dear attendees of the "Hollywood Swing Canteen." First off, we'd like to thank everyone who came out and supported our event. The response was huge, and the venue was quite overwhelmed.
The first thing we would like to address is that the evening was not a Kit Kat Cabaret show, and the wonderful girls had no involvement in the production of the evening. They simply donated their wonderful talents to our performance.
The Sirens of Song single-handedly produced, promoted and performed the entire event, so it was a little impossible for us to address some of the issues that were occurring on site. For this, we apologize and want to assure our fans that they will not occur at our next event.
Our goal was to put a smile on everyone's face and create a special evening that was lots of fun! Overall, we received very positive feedback but want everyone to know that we are committed to all of our guests having a great experience. We welcome your comments and feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sirens of Song
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On June 24, Maui Okinawa Taiko celebrated its 15th and Jimpu Kai Maui its 10th anniversary by presenting a joint taiko/Okinawan dance recital titled "Suruti Chibarana - Striving Together." On behalf of both organizations, we would like to extend our deepest mahalo to our sponsor Maui Okinawa Kenjin Kai; the musicians, performers, presenters and volunteers from Honolulu and Hilo; emcee Darren Konno; Edgar Yoshida and the Baldwin High School Auditorium technical staff; Wailuku Rapid Print; Nagamine Photo Studio; Maui Production Co.; and all the family, friends and local businesses that have supported us over the years and helped make our recital a great success.
A special thank-you to Hui O Laulima and Miyake Concrete Accessories Inc. for assisting Maui Okinawa Taiko with repairing and replacing our equipment in preparation for the recital. Ippei nifee debiru!
Wendy Tamashiro, Maui Okinawa Taiko
Cheryl Nakasone, Jimpu Kai Maui