St. Andrew’s senior wins national leadership award
St. Andrew's Priory senior Maya Fegan is the Hawai'i winner of the National Association of Secondary School Principals Herff Jones Principal's Leadership Award.
She was one of 99 winners chosen from a nationwide field of 3,000 and will receive a $1,000 award. She is president of her senior class, a National Merit Scholar and a member of the National Spanish Honor Society.
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EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS SEMINAR FREE IN KAPOLEI
The Campbell Local Emergency Action Network is sponsoring a free emergency preparedness seminar for Kapolei businesses and schools from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 16 at the JW Marriott Ihilani Resort and Spa at Ko Olina.
The seminar will provide tips to help organizations identify their vulnerabilities and develop or enhance their emergency response plans to prevent or reduce the negative effects from a natural disaster or industrial incident.
The deadline to register is June 4.
VOLUNTEER GUIDES SOUGHT TO TEACH ABOUT HANAUMA BAY
On Saturday mornings beginning at the end of May and continuing through June, the Hanauma Bay Education Program will hold training sessions for interpretive guide volunteers.
The sessions will be at the city's Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve and will cover the history of Hanauma Bay and the education program, the bay's geology and reef ecology, and Hawaiian culture. To register, contact Morgan Mamizuka at 394-1374, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.HanaumaBayEducation.org
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JOIN FUNDRAISER FOR AUTISM AT ALA MOANA BEACH PARK
Thousands of walkers including individuals with autism, their families and friends will raise funds for autism at the annual Walk Now for Autism Speaks June 12 at Ala Moana Beach Park. Autism affects one in every 110 children.
HO‘OMALU O NA KAMALI‘I SHELTER CELEBRATES FIRST YEAR
The first-of-its-kind children's receiving home in Hawai'i, Ho'omalu O Na Kamali'i, "Protection and Safety for Children," this month celebrates its first year of operation and is seeking donations.
The program, operated by Family Programs Hawaii, has been a haven for children removed from homes for alleged abuse and neglect. To donate, visit www.FamilyProgramsHawaii.org.
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STATE PUBLIC LIBRARIES OFFER SUMMER READING PROGRAMS
Hawai'i's public libraries invite students and adults to participate in one of the 2010 Hawaii State Public Library System Summer Reading Programs from June 1 to July 2. For more information, visit www.librarieshawaii.org.
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