First photo: To the Moon and Back salesperson Johana Camoletto (left) helps Boulder, Colo.’s Emelyn Borden, 9, try on a wrap bracelet while she shops with mom Lonna Borden on Saturday afternoon in Paia. Camoletto said it was important to support Maui’s hardworking artists, jewelry makers and crafters this holiday season.
Second photo: Maui High School senior Giovanna Motta gets help looking for her “dream board” from Hi-Tech Surf Sports sales associate Cissy McDonald on Saturday afternoon in Paia.
Third photo: Lonna Borden of Boulder, Colo., poses for a Snapchat photo with a Show Love, Shop Small sign after making a purchase Saturday afternoon at To the Moon and Back in Paia.
The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photos
Water trickles down what was then the Waihee Stream in this 2010 photo. Meetings have been set to update Maui’s 20-year plan for water use at a pivotal time when water is being restored to streams after the end of sugar cane cultivation. The Maui News file photo
Billy Kemper rides through a tube — he would receive a perfect 10 on the wave — during the first round of the Vans World Cup at Sunset Beach on Sunday. WSL / Keoki Saguibo photo
The Lunas’ Sheldon Frias (left) and Kamalei Watson hold the championship trophy Saturday.
Lunas running back Jesse Dudoit carries the ball Saturday.
Lahainaluna quarterback Nainoa Irish runs with the ball during Saturday’s state championship game.
Lahainaluna High School’s Etuati Storer (left) and Apakasi Felemi bring down Kapaa quarterback Kahanu Davis during the Lunas’ 34-32 victory over the Warriors in the Division II state championship game Saturday at Aloha Stadium. Felemi was credited with the forced fumble early in the third quarter that keyed the Lunas’ comeback from a 26-7 halftime deficit. ANDREW LEE photos
The Koolau aquifer sector, which spans Haiku to Keanae, has the island’s highest sustainable yield at 175 million gallons per day. Maui County graphic
The six aquifer sectors of Maui island are pictured in this graphic. Maui is preparing to update its Water Use and Development Plan, a 20-year blueprint for water uses on Maui. Public hearings begin this week with a meeting on the Kahikinui, Hana and Koolau aquifer sectors Thursday evening at the Hana Community Center. Maui County graphic