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State Capitol, 415 S. Beretania St., Room 213, Honolulu, HI 96813
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Serving Senate District 25:Hawaii Kai, Waimanalo, Keolu Hills, Lanikai & Kailua
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Vice Chair, Hawaiian Affairs Member of Committees on Public Safety &Military Affairs & Government Operations, Ways & Means , Water Land & Housing
Annual Fundraiser Event
, 2011; Sea Life Park L
‘au Grounds; 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Hawaiian Music by Roland Cazimero and the Regency Park Boys and featur-ing Duane Komine (KHS Class of 76), plus buy a $20 raffle ticket for thechance to win an Aizawa Ukulele
No Host Cocktails, Hawaiian Food Buffet, Entertainment, Camaraderie and lots of storytelling! Cost starts at: $100.00 per person, $1,000.00 for a reserved table. Make checkspayable to
Kaiser High School Athletic Foundation
and mail to:Kaiser High School Athletic Foundation
Attn: Luau Foundation Committee, P.O. Box 25112, Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96825
Or visit the KAF website to make you reservation and payment on line athttp://www.kaiserathleticfoundation.org/
International Baccalaureate Diploma Attracts Students
Overlooking the community of Hawaii Kai sits the campus of Henry J. Kaiser High Schoolwith a student body of approx. 1,100 students comprising grades 7-12. Kaiser High Schoolis almost self sustaining as they receive no Federal funds. Unlike other schools, Kaiser sup-ports its students, facilities and activities almost entirely by weighted student formula.Kaiser High School administration has invested a lot of resources to get their facultytrained and certified so that their school can be a registered IB Diploma Program whichadds prestige to a Hawaii Public School diploma and is sought after by students from all overO`ahu.
U.S. Presidential Scholars ProgramSemifinalist - Kevin Hirata
Congratulations to senior Kevin Hirata whohas been selected as a U.S. Presidential Schol-ars Semifinalist! From nearly 3.2 milliongraduating high school seniors, approximately3,000 students were identified as candidatesfor the 2011 U.S. Presidential Scholars Pro-gram. 560 semifinalist were selected fromacross the country - six (6) of these semifinal-ists are from Hawaii.