1. Josh's First Birthday Bash (Part 1)

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    My friends from Kona came over to entertain this one! They were all awesome. Including my buddies Coran Kitaoka and friends, Malani DeAguiar, and William Aarona. Paul Sakamoto and his group from Puna Taiko also made an appearance for Josh. Nani Mau was a blast and awesome hosts for this wonderful occasion.

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    • Aloha Chapel Thanksgiving Service November 21, 2010

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      Thanksgiving Service November 21, 2010. This was a special time of sharing. Many people shared of how their lives and families have been changed by God.

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      • The Way, The Truth and The Life Part 1 - Journey through the book of Acts

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        The Way, The Truth and The Life Part 1 - Journey through the book of Acts. This is the Bible Study at Aloha Chapel in Hilo, HI.

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        • Jesus Christ and His Family Bible Study

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          Jesus Christ and His Family was the Bible Study at the Sunday Morning Service at Aloha Chapel in Hilo, Hawaii.

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          • Provision Solar in Hilo with Marco Mangelsdorf

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            Host Jay Fidell speaks with Marco Manglesdorf (ProVision Solar) about the latest developments in solar technology in Hawaii.

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            • Environmental Reporting Investigation with Pat Tummons and Teresa Dawson

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              Host Kayla Rosenfeld speaks with Pat Tummons (Editor) and Teresa Dawson (staff writer) of Environment Hawaii about the process and challenges of environmental reporting in Hawaii.

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              • Psalm 34 Bible Study

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                Psalm 34 Bible Study

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                • Aloha Chapel Hilo

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                  Aloha Chapel Hilo

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                  • Stephanie Vandruff's Thesis Defense

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                    Variation of subterranean fungal community structure across substrate age and elevation in native forests, Hawai`i Island, USA. Abstract: Fungi are essential to ecosystem function, playing a variety of roles. Soil fungi in particular have multiple ecological roles; functioning as mychorrhizae, saprophytes and pathogens. Hawaiian microfungi are both poorly documented and poorly understood, and little is known regarding population structure or how these organisms respond to environmental gradients. This study represents the first in-depth investigation of soil fungal communities in Hawai`i. Soil samples were collected from ten paired sites on dissimilar aged lava flows at five elevations in native forests on Hawai`i Island, representative of a broad environmental gradient (1,000-5,000mm MAP; 10-22ºC MAT) and short geographic distances on Mauna Loa volcanic substrates. Community composition and diversity were analyzed using sequence data for the nuclear ribosomal internal transcribed spacer region 1 (ITS1) obtained from the Ion Torrent “next-generation” sequencing platform. A total of 15,869 Operational Taxonomic Units (OTUs) were recovered from over 3 million useable sequence reads. Results indicate that elevations of 100 meters were less OTU-rich and less diverse when compared to all other elevations. Substrate age is suggested to have no significant effect on OTU richness or diversity. The phylum Zygomycota contained the 2 most abundant individual OTUs in the overall landscape, while members of Ascomycota represent the majority of OTUs and was the most abundant lineage overall. This novel study provides the first broad-scale glimpse into Hawaiian soil fungal diversity and provides baseline data necessary to understand the functioning and dynamics of soil fungal communities in Hawai`i.

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                    • Aloha Easter Saturday Night

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                      Aloha Easter Saturday Night

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