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Rob & Tammy welcomed guests Lee Cataluna and Christine Boutros to their #TryThink: 'Ohana class at Halawa Correctional Facility. Lee shared her book "Ordinary 'Ohana" with the participants, which was a stimulus for our ongoing discussion about the unique meaning of 'ohana. We were also lucky enough to get to read one of the scenes from the play that is based on her book! The group ended by sharing our thoughts on who we would share this "kids" book with: my family, my kids, anyone who would want to listen, my hanai nephew, my future children, my brother, my grandkids, the Warden… everyone! Mahalo for joining us and engaging in the great conversation tonight, Lee & Christine!



In anticipation of this week's guest in our #TryThink class at Halawa, Lee Cataluna, we read an excerpt from her book, "Folks You Meet at Longs". The vignette prompted discussion around our topic of 'ohana, family relationships, how we treat those we consider 'ohana and…what happened to the cat!? Mahalo for the stimulus @leecat808! We can't wait for you to share "Ordinary 'Ohana" with us tomorrow night! #KaylaCampos #Myrtle #staytuned



Saying hello to our friends at @pacifichistoricparks as they work with local @girlscoutshi on their awards 👋🏼 see you at the National Humanities Conference in November!




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