Kalani High Alumni Raise $6,000

Don Chapman
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December 30, 2009
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Kalani High Alumni Raise $6,000

The Kalani High School class of 1969 had its 40th reunion earlier this year and raised $6,000, which they donated to the school. The donation supports students who need financial assistance with Kalani’s technology fee, allowing them the use of a Lenovo S10 Netbook at school and to take home. Pictured (from left) are Carol Mon Lee, Diane Chong, Janis Akuna, Leonard Hoshigo, Gerald Teramae, Chris Lau and Andrea Gelber.

Navy League Presents $3,000

Representatives from the Honolulu Council of the Navy League recently presented a $3,000 check to U.S. Marine Corps Forces’ Pacific Commander Lt. Gen. Keith J. Stalder (center) for the Marine Corps Reserve’s Toys for Tots program. Also pictured (from left) Master Sgt. Scott Crockett, Toys for Tots coordinator; Lt. Gen. John Goodman (ret.), honorary Navy League co-chair; Mel Ing, incoming president of the Navy League; P. Pasha Baker, honorary Navy League co-chair; and Jack Murphy, regional manager of Science Applications International Corporation.

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