Molokai Is… Winners
Get those photo submissions in!
Congratulations to Leilani and Hanohano for submitting their heart-felt entries about what Molokai means to them. Lucky for both of them, they received the same amount of votes making our final round a flat-out tie. They deserve it. Come down to the Molokai Dispatch office to pick up your $50 gift certificate to the Kualapu`u Cookhouse before we get the munchies and use it.
Molokai Photo Contest
Share your vision of Molokai – and by vision, we mean exactly that. Send us a visual representation of Molokai. A photo that captures Molokai’s unique essence – it could be a stunning landscape, a self portrait, even something comical.
Share what Molokai means to you and your photo could be featured on the front page of The Molokai Dispatch. One winner per month will earn a $50 Kualapu`u Cookhouse gift certificate – onolicious!
Each photo submission must include a caption, as well as the contestant’s full name, phone number and a headshot. Kids, ask your parents or teachers for permission. Submit entries of all file formats via email (Editor@TheMolokaiDispatch.com), in person at our Kaunakakai office (Moore building suite 5), or by snail mail (PO Box 482219, Kaunakakai, HI 96748).
The photo and caption below is an example for contest guidelines, taken by Todd Yamashita.
A young Kaoli Kahokuloa skates the open road of Honoulimalo`o Bay near Rock Point. In the distance, two boys watch surfers on the waves. To me, the photo captures the youthful essence of Molokai and the great opportunity that seems to be just beyond the horizon. The photo would go on to be used as the cover for local musician Sashamon’s debut album, One Day Maybe. Kaoli, now 15, has since become a world renowned surfer carrying major sponsors and winning a number of high profile surf events.