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Our schools are peren­nial con­trib­u­tors to our bet­ter­ment, whether as ed­u­ca­tional in­sti­tu­tions or as en­gaged civic lead­ers.

So it is with my alma ma - has de­vel­oped this part­ner­ship Val­ley com­mu­nity.

is a sum­mer learn­ing pro­gram - grade years the op­por­tu­nity to con­tinue their ed­u­ca­tion dur­ing the sum­mer months. Stu­dents at­tend classes, par­tic­i­pate in are ac­tive par­tic­i­pants in a ca­reer-shad­ow­ing pro­gram - tury Fel­lows alumni group, Univer­sity.

and em­pha­sizes the im­por that en­able stu­dents to de­velop them to im­prove their com­mu­nity.

- ulum, stu­dents en­ter­ing their - -

rhythm games, ball-pass ac­tiv the chil­dren learned lessons in lead­er­ship.

- er bond­ing ac­tiv­ity with my con­clude with the event, which was a big suc­cess not only be­cause we made it hap­pen, but also be­cause ev­ery­one there was laugh­ing, smil­ing, and had

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- lo Val­ley stu­dents, pro­vides a - uates.

Don Ho’s Le­gacy Lives On - un­veiled in the very place he

which was de­signed by noted - - mu­sic all-stars: Melveen Leed, - hamana, Nathan Aweau, Henry Kapono and more.

- Ho Le­gacy Schol­ar­ship to this -

- - and vowed then to also cre­ate - to sup­port the arts, mu­sic and our part­ner, the Pauahi Foun­da­tion, to pro­vide schol­ar­ships an­ces­try who are pur­su­ing mu­sic and the arts.

We were hon­ored to present the in­au­gu­ral schol­ar­ship

the Hawai­ian-lan­guage opera Ha‘upu - ing arts.

- - who helped lo­cal en­ter­tain­ers launch their ca­reers, such as my brother Nephi, Sam Kapu, among count­less oth­ers.

Day­lan Blake–Kala‘i (cen­ter, in yel­low) was pre­sented with the Don Ho Le­gacy Schol­ar­ship by (from left) Dean Naka­sone, Alex Roth, Haumea Ho, the au­thor,

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