Waianae HS Lemonade Alley Team Visits the Capitol

On Thursday, March 15th 2012, as part of the Hawaii State Senate’s “Education Week”, LEMONADE ALLEY, a nationwide business literacy competition for students grades K-12 sold lemonade to benefit the Hawaii Foodbank.

Featured at this event was Waianae High School’s 2011 Lemonade Alley Team “Sharin’ D’Lemon”, who shared their experiences in the competition.

Team members are part of Searider Productions’ Bio Entreupeneur Class.

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In the Senate Gallery with Sen. Shimabukuro (L-R): Maryann Manouthan, Charlemaine Blue, Taase Taofi, Marina Nieto-Lopes, Advisor Ms. Diana Seppelfrick.

Kealopiko new release limited edition designs

New releases of limited editions are now available.

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Kealopiko* is bringing back the Big Five Remix for this Ku Season for keiki (kids), wahine (women), and kane (men). Also, just in are the Naulu & Kahuli 3/4 Sleeve Blouses.

Be sure not to miss out on these limited styles!

Find them at www.kealopiko.com  // www.styledinhawaii.com

* One of Kealopiko’s co-creaters is Ane Bakutis, who was raised in Waianae

Kamaile High School Exhibition Night Apr. 3-4

Dates:                 Tuesday, April 3, & Wednesday, April 4

Location:            Kamaile High School Classrooms

Time:                   5.30pm-8.30pm

Sunset at Kamaile March 23, 2012

DATE: Friday, March 23, 2012
TIME: Gates open at 3:30 event lasts till 8pm!
WHERE: Kamaile Academy Campus – Ala Akau st.
WHY: To have fun!

Bring the whole family to enjoy our FREE community event! Please bring your own chairs or mats to sit on to enjoy the movie. There will be free keiki games for the kids, a free movie being shown at 6pm, and a lot of different entertainment for everyone to enjoy.  Come out and see what all the hype is about! See you there!!!

This is an alcohol-free event.