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Wailuku Home Holds Barrio Fiesta

This event in Tagalog means Neighborhood Party, which is exactly what it is! Our Molokai and Lanai neighborhood staff got together to put on our 2011 Hale Makua Wailuku Barrio Fiesta! Our Barrio has always been known to bring people together, no matter who you are or where you’re from; you’re invited to join in the long-time Filipino tradition and as an active part of some of the big themes that define what it means to be part of our Hale Makua Wailuku Ohana: our Food, our Friendship, and our bonds as a family.

Our Care Partners’ families got involved in the Barrio Fiesta.  Here, Dana, daughter of Marissa Calubaquib, CNA (transport aide) dances the hula.  Behind her, our emcee Paul Pigao, CNA talks with Barrio Fiesta Queen Romana Nicolas (age 105!) while Activities Assistant Maile Licos, CNA takes care of the music.

Ethel Vamosi, who lives in our Molokai Neighborhood, enjoys the festivities with Sofia Cabias, RN, Staffing Supervisor.

Henry Kaina, who lives in our Lanai Neighborhood is all smiles as he dances with Administrator Connie Miller.

Elmo joins several Care Partners in the chicken dance.

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