Mule Nation T-Shirts Bring Pride And Profits To Seniors

Wednesday - November 12, 2008
By MidWeek Staff
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Wouldn’t you like to look this cool? The senior class at Leilehua High School has just the T-shirt (or lanyard) for you and yours during their “Mule Madness” marketing campaign. Photo from Willie Ganiko.

Leilehua High School’s Class of 2009 is sharing its school pride by selling green and gold T-shirts for $12 and lanyards for $5 to support its prom, graduation and the senior sneak away.

“We want all of Wahiawa get a chance to show its support for the Pride of Wahiawa,” declared volunteer Willie Ganiko.

The T-shirts are on sale at LHS sporting events or through teachers Marlene Asuncion and Gail Okada-Fujino, while supplies last. To order, e-mail .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) .us or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Everyone - alumni, neighbors, students and other fans - is being urged to wear the T-shirts, which feature the rallying words “Mule Nation.”

There’s also a second design in the works on a “Wahiawa Built” theme with a mule horseshoe. This is available in men’s style and the women’s T-shirt cut.


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