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Today's Keiki Kalikimaka

Kid-designed holiday ornaments will be featured through Dec. 24, with the full collection to appear Christmas Day


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LAST UPDATED: 01:34 a.m. HST, Dec 12, 2010

Sharon Sakuma, 12, of Mililani Middle School, artfully depicted the Christmas star.
Keeanna Andres, 11, of St. Ann's Model School, adds a patriotic flair to her holiday vignette.
Kylah Reed, 12, of Kapolei Middle School, created a festive beach scene featuring a sandwoman.
Brooke Barclay-Kau, 7, of St. Ann's Model School, illustrated the traditional manger scene.
Justin Lee, 7, of Iolani School, drew a rainbow shave ice confection.
Laura Williams, 12, who is home-schooled, created a trumpeting angel.
Cerena Aroncha, 5, of Lincoln Elementary, depicts a lovely daytime garden of Christmas cheer.
Lisa Liu, 10, of Kapalama Elementary School, sings the praises of the season with a melodious angel.
Kara Kogasaka, 5, of Ka'elepulu Elementary School, offers this charming snowman full of holiday cheer.
Jesse Baker, 5, of St. Ann’s Early Learning Center, shows that the holiday spirit extends to all creatures.
Malia Ching, 7, of Kamiloiki Elementary School, offers an especially artistic take on the man in the red suit.
Mindy Thai, 10, of Sacred Hearts Academy, knows that sun and surf can still make for a great Mele Kalikimaka.
Nicolas Nishimura, 10, of Kapalama Elementary School has the whole crew cheering for Christmas.





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