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The Honolulu Advertiser

Posted on: Thursday, February 24, 2005

Campbell High classes resume

Advertiser Staff

Campbell High School students are expected to return to classes today, following the unexpected closure of the school when a water pipe ruptured yesterday morning.

The broken pipe did not damage the school, but left it without water for the day, a Department of Education spokeswoman said.

The pipe is on state property, and repairs were handled by the Department of Accounting and General Services.

Iolani, Moloka'i win math event

Iolani School's Varsity A and junior varsity teams both placed first at the Oahu Math League competition Feb. 12 at Mid-Pacific Institute.

Moloka'i High School placed first in the Varsity B competition.

Iolani was followed by Kamehameha Schools and McKinley High School in the Varsity A competition, and by Kamehameha and Punahou School in the junior varsity match.

In Varsity B, Hanalani School was second and Damien Memorial School was third.

Tuesday deadline for scholarship

The Lung Kong Kung Shaw Society is accepting applications for its college scholarship program until Tuesday.

Call 778-6022 for information.

The scholarship is intended for enrolled undergraduate students.

Genealogy talk at Kahuku library

Kahuku Public Library will offer a free presentation on genealogy at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Library manager Carah Smity will conduct the 90-minute program, which will look at two popular online research databases — HeritageQuest and AncestryPlus. She will also suggest books and online resources available at the library.

To register, call the library at 293-8935 or sign up at the circulation desk.