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Holiday wreaths express joy in natural world

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    Marshall K. Fergerstrom’s “Yukie (Eternal Happiness)” won the Mayor’s Holly Award for best in show.

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    Jason N’s “Too many crabs!” pinched first place in the theme wreath category.

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    “Rockin’ Around the Tennis Court” by the U.S. Tennis Association, Hawaii Pacific took first place in the adult wreath category.

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    “Kalikimaka Kritters” by the preschoolers of Classroom 3 at Seagull School at Ko Olina won first place in the youth wreath category.

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    “The Many Kritters of Maui” by Classroom 4 students at Seagull School at Ocean Pointe in Ewa Beach won third place in the youth wreath category.

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    “Anuenue Moa” by first-grader Abigail Uyesato.

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    “2 hours of picking up plastic pieces by hand, Waimanalo Bay” by Adam D. and Angel D.

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    “Mele Da Hungry Hungry Hawaiian Catahpilla” by DOE employment records staff.

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    “Mele Da Hungry Hungry Hawaiian Catahpilla” by DOE employment records staff.

Creatures great and small, wild and mild, enliven a wealth of imaginative wreaths in the 33rd annual City and County of Honolulu Holiday Wreath Contest, on display in the Lane Gallery at Honolulu Hale until Jan. 1. Read more

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