Students must be a senior from Kaiser or Kalani high schools, Honolulu Waldorf or a homeschool student to apply. The student must attend a Hawai university, community college or trade school. Applicants must submit a 500-word essay on "What Does It Mean To Care For Your Community." Winners will be announced at a Hawaii Kai Fourth of July fundraising event at Blue Water Grill on Nov. 20.
Independence Day at Maunalua Bay Foundation puts on its annual fireworks show and celebration at Maunalua Bay, which spans from Koko Head to Diamond Head. The annual event in Hawaii Kai is presented with the help of the community, for the community. It brings East Oahu’s restaurants, businesses and families out for a get-together with music for the soul in live entertainment, activities for keiki, good grindz and a booming, 20-minute pyrotechnic show that can be seen from Hawaii Kai to Black Point and beyond.
Independence Day at Maunalua Bay Foundation uses the event as a vehicle to raise money to assist students with the financial costs of college. The more money raised, the more scholarships the Foundation can give. So, come and celebrate with us and help a local student achieve his/her college dreams.
For more information write to firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com , get an application at one of the East Honolulu schools, or visit their website.
This is one more example of our Hawaii Kai Ohana. Contact me about enjoying our lifestyle as a resident or investor.
Barbara Abe, Realtor
(resource: Honolulu Advertiser)