Class Facilitator Ms. Alofa and her assistant Si'i help one of our campers put on his Tongan Attire.
Our SIAPO project
P.A Campers spent a good part of a day creating our Siapo (Tapa Cloth) project. They were able to use patterns from the Pacific Islander traditional patterns to create their designs.
Our campers are having a great time playing an ice breaker game.
Tribal Patterns & Tattoos
Class Facilitator Jeff goes in depth with our campers the meaning behind our Tatau and the way of life for Pacific Islanders
P.A Campers with SAMU
Campers were blessed to hear SAMU sing a few songs and talk to them about what part of his Samoan/Tongan culture plays in his journey as a musician.
Autographs with MOLIA
Our Campers are in for a treat. MOLIA blessed them by signing CD's and posters for each of our campers.
Big Body Cisco
Big Body Cisco talking to our P.A Babies about never giving up. When he was told NO to his dream job, he didn't take NO for an answer. He created HIS OWN lane!
The BBQ SHOW
The BBQ SHOW has supported P.A from the beginning. They continue to support all things Pacific Islanders by creating a platform for us to reach thousands of people through their weekly show "THE BBQ SHOW" airs every Thursday
Our Pittsburg Campers learning how to make Otai.
Our Campers got the gift of learning how to play the Uke.
We are always fortunate to have amazing Angels grace our camps by volunteering to teach/facilitate a class. Thank you Tonga for all your help.
All are welcomed
P.A Campers touch our hearts every year. Geared towards P.I youth but open to all