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Waimanalo: the Beauty, Land, Challenges, People

Waimanalo, a small windward community located near the eastern end of the island. The land in which I live and have resided for 22 years is dearly important to me. I will present different areas of the town that will give viewers an inside look at what makes Waimanalo continue to prosper and grow and the challenges we face as a community. My hopes at the end of this slide are to provide the viewers an insight of appreciation and recognition to not only Waimanalo but back to the land/community from which they are from.

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