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Na Wahine O Ke Kai: A Dream for Women Realized

Our teammate Heather paddled 41 miles in a historic race across a Hawaiian channel. This race exemplifies the power and endurance that women embody.

An Honor and Privilege

“The sky was clear as the sun rose over the horizon, covering our canoes with golden light. There was a special type of energy surrounding the paddlers that morning, as if to foreshadow that it would be an unforgettable day. Soon, we would push

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