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Celebrating last day of Okinawan camp for kids

The Maui News / MELISSA TANJI photo
The Maui News / MELISSA TANJI photo
The Maui News / MELISSA TANJI photo

Cummins Chong-Kee, 5, of Kahului performs Friday night as a participant in the 2019 Warabi Ashibi, or “children at play,” Okinawan Cultural Day Camp for children at Maui Okinawa Culture Center in Wailuku. The four-day camp is put on by the Maui Okinawa Kenjin Kai, Maui Ryukyu Culture Group and Hawaii United Okinawa Association.

SECOND PHOTO: Volunteer Toshiko Nishihara participates in an audience dance during the culmination of the 2019 Warabi Ashibi Okinawan Cultural Day Camp at Maui Okinawa Culture Center in Wailuku on Friday night.

THIRD PHOTO: Students entering 1st to 8th grade and volunteers perform Friday night at the Maui Okinawa Culture Center in Wailuku as part of their final day at the camp.

The Maui News / MELISSA TANJI photos