Who would have thought a midwestern gal from Iowa would catch the island spirit and end up teaching hula on the mainland for nearly 50 years? That's what I found when I interviewed the family and students of the late Ginger "Keahi" Allen, who was an institution in the Southern California beach town of Encinitas. This article appeared in Encinitas Magazine, which, sadly, does not exist anymore. 
Feature article on longtime Encinitas resident and hula instructor Ginger "Keahi" Allen, in Encinitas Magazine. 

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