Courtesy www.cbc.ca

HONOLULU, HAWAII —  Waianae High School Seniors have one last wish before graduation.  They hope to raise enough money for “Project Graduation,” which will enable them to spend a final night celebrating  graduation with their fellow classmates.

Coordinated by Waianae parents, students and the community, Project Graduation is an all-night, substance-free party held for the school’s new graduates. Two-hundred fifty students are expected to participate in the event.  Adult volunteers will chaperone the event.

“It is urgent that we support this is post-graduation party, which is scheduled for May 20, 2011,”said Sen. Maile Shimabukuro, who represents Ko Olina, Nanakuli, Maili, Waianae, Makaha and Makua. “I encourage the community to support Waianae’s graduating seniors so that they can celebrate in a safe, adult-supervised environment.”

Waianae Seniors hope to raise $20-thousand to $25-thousand for the event.  Activities, entertainment, food and prizes are part of the fun-filled night.

Tax Deductible Donations can be made to:

WHS Project Graduation 2011
Waianae High School
c/o Nikki Kay
85-251 Farrington High Way
Waianae, Hawaii  96792

Project Graduation Planning committee contacts include:

Nikki Kay, Chairperson
620-7604

Renee Bongo, Co-Chair
864-1870

Nalani Kay, Secretary
372-6913

Janelle Chalker, Treasurer
520-4542

 

Submitted by Caroline Julian on behalf of the Hawaii State Senate

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