PCHS Project Grad Turns 20

Melissa Moniz
Wednesday - February 10, 2010
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Pearl City High School seniors will host a Project Graduation three-in-one fundraiser from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Cutter Ford Aiea.

Students, parents and volunteers will serve up KC Waffle Dogs and Jamba Juice, and on Saturday, an extra crew of help will be on-site washing cars. The money raised will help fund their all-night alcohol- and drug-free party where graduating seniors can safely celebrate their achievements.


 

A waffle dog with a drink costs $3.75, and the car wash costs $5 per vehicle. Pre-sale tickets are available, but not needed. Walk-ins are welcome.

In addition, PCHS Project Graduation is celebrating its 20th year, thanks to the continuing support from the community.


“Organizations such as Cutter Ford Aiea not only open their doors and provide us a place to fund-raise, but they make a generous monetary contribution as well,” said Karen Yim, past chairwoman of PCHS Project Grad. “We are so very fortunate.”

For tickets and details, call Yim at 543-4349.

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