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Ala Loa (Long Path)

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Volunteers work to clear the Ala Loa. The project was begun by the PKO to create a path that circles the island, to be used for traditional protocol during the yearly Makahiki. As part of the traditional protocol, the god Lono is carried in procession entirely around an island.