Go Clover Lopers!
Molokai families traveled to Maui to participate in the annual parade that draws hundreds of spectators every year.
By Viola Wichman
Yawhoo! Molokai’s 4-H Clover Lopers were out in numbers as 14 kids and 10 adults ventured to Maui to participate in the 43rd Annual Makawao Paniolo Parade.
Our group's ages ranged from 5 to 16 years old. We marched in four lines with adult leaders bringing up the rear.
This year marks the second time the Clover Lopers were able to participate in this wonderful experience (thanks to support from our community).Next year we’re going back – this time on horseback. Brian Kramer of Kula Kai Farm, our gracious host, has invited us back and will be providing our mounts, yeehaw.
What an exciting and educational time we had at Kula Kai from mucking out stalls to dummy roping lessons, to the best BBQ grinds, and the most breathtaking view of Maui. This was Hawaiian hospitality at it’s finest. Our Mahalo to Brian, Shawn, Yod and Jackie.