Autumn 2019 Rinzai Maui Zen Mission Newsletter

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Thank you, everyone, for contributing to another successful Rinzai Zen Mission Obon Festival. With a wonderful team of volunteers, some coming from as far away as the continental East Coast, we were able to put together a terrific Obon Festival for our Maui community.

We had a beautiful evening with food offerings from Maui Okinawa Kenjin Kai and first-time Thai food truck, Nui’s Garden Kitchen, and hope we satisfied everyone’s food cravings. Along with our Obon dancers, our other entertainers such as Maui Ryukyu Culture Group, Ukwanshin Kabudan, Young Okinawans of Hawaii, and Allison Arakawa kept our audience fascinated. We are grateful for continued guidance of Reverend Ryozo Yamaguchi and deeply appreciate the continued support of Reverend Seiya Chisaka, his daughter Tae, and everyone at the Myoshinji School of Japan. Also, great appreciation to the Maui Zendo Group for an excellent job with the parking.

We here at the Rinzai Zen Mission are forever grateful for your generosity and support. We continue to look forward to our good fortune. May all of you be in good health and spirits.

た。 沖縄県人会やタイ料理の出店で満腹。素晴
て頂けましたことと存じます。 陰で助けて頂きま
感謝です。 たった60人の信者でここまでの行
です。 本当に有り難う御座います。

In Gassho,
Alan Nago
President, Rinzai Zen Mission

Give Aloha Program

During the month of September, you are invited to make a donaton at any Foodland or SackNSave checkout. Foodland and the Western Union Foundation will add to that donation. You may donate up to $249 per Maika`i Card per non-profit organization. Check your receipt for organization name, donation amount, and your Maika`i Card number. Keep for your records. Please consider donating to the following who helped with our obon.
Ippe nifee debiru.
#78980 Rinzai Zen Mission
#78959 Ukwanshin Kabudan
#77922 Maui Okinawa Kenjin Kai
#78711 Maui Ryukyu Culture Group

Thank you very much.
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