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HYUNDAI TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS
Preparations are in high gear for the PGA Tour's Hyundai Tournament of Champions, set for January 6-10, 2016 at Kapalua's famed Plantation Course. The field is shaping up to be one of the best ever with major tournament champions expected to attend.
If you support the Foundation, we urge you to join us at this event. Youth under 18 and under are allowed free with a ticketed adult. Tickets are available through Lahainaluna Baseball, and through the Foundation. Please contact Executive Director Jeff Rogers at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The long awaited construction of Phase II of the Foundation's Stadium Project has been completed, the Certificates of Occupancy have been issued, and the Department of Education has issued the school Beneficial Occupancy in advance of the formal transfer of this magnificent facility to the D.O.E.
The first night game in the schools' history was held on August 8, 2016, a pre-season contest against the Big Island's Keeau High School Cougars. The Lahainaluna Lunas dominated their inaugural night game 65-6. Two weeks later, on August 22, the home-town fans were able to enjoy their new stadium again with a contest against Kamehameha, followed by the Baldwin game on the 29th. The first-ever home-field homecoming was held on September 12, to a capacity crowd.
A formal dedication ceremony was held prior to the homecoming game. Dignitaries included Sen. Roz Baker, Rep. Angus McKelvey, Mayor Arakawa's representative, Zeke Kalua, Principals Joanne Dennis (LHS), Stacy Bookland (L.I.S.), Steve Franz (King Kamehameha III) and Lynn Ko'ohalahala (Princess Nahi'ena'ena) Representing the Foundation Board were Mark Tillman, Nancy Cross, Walter Vierra, Steven Raymond.
Recognizing that there will come a day when our Hellas Matrix athletic field and synthetic track will need replacing, the Foundation will continue to offer brick pavers and bleacher sponsorships. The brick paver order from is available on this website and if you are donating for a bleacher sponsorship, just indicate which class it is for in the donation form comment box.
The progress for the bleacher seating campaign is below. To see the complete list of donors, click on this link. If you would like your class to participate, please contact your class representative, or call the LHSF Executive Director at 808-661-5332.
Lahainaluna High School Foundation Strategic Plan is available here.
The Foundation is currently working on updating the strategic plan. If you have an interest in serving on any of the committees, please contact the Executive Director, Jeff Rogers, at email@example.com
One of the many ways to support the Lahainaluna High School Foundation is by Gift Giving. Your time and gifts are appreciated.
After a 2-year hiatus, Legends of Lahainaluna will return on April 1, 2016 at the Pioneer Inn. This event honors individuals and businesses that have made a significant impact to Lahainaluna. Details will be released soon.
The Lahainaluna High School Foundation presented the 3rd Annual Legends of Lahainaluna Awards, on Thursday, November 21, 2013, at the historic Pioneer Inn. The awards were created to honor alumni, staff, community members and businesses who have significantly contributed to Lahainaluna, or in the case of alumni, the community in which they live. The winners will be recognized from three categories, Individual, Posthumous, & Business or Organization.
The 2013 honorees were Hellas Construction in the Business Category, Mary J. Bloder was honored posthumously, and Reverend Earl Kukahiko was the honoree in the Individual Category.
The 2012 honorees included The Makana Aloha Foundation in the Business/Organization category, Alice K.K. Banham (1896-1956) for the Posthumous category, and Andrew Kutsunai & Sue Cooley were both chosen to receive the Individual award. ESPN personality, Neil Everette was the emcee.
The inaugural 2011 event honorees included Robert Kawaguchi, Henry "Bruno" Ariyoshi and the Westin Maui Resort & Spa. ESPN personality Neil Everette was the emcee.
Our FAX number has changed. Our new Fax number is 808-442-9053. This new service will direct all incoming faxes to our computer, not only cutting down on paper costs, but will reduce our fax number expenditure by 80%.
Our apologies to the following donors who were omitted from the 2014 Newsletter donor list;
Dennis Okada ('62), Melissa Barauidan ('93), Frances Waite ('93), Tara Barrett ('93), Karen Thyne ('59), Jennifer Molitau ('93), Michael & Claire Furukawa ('54 & '56), Ronald Fukami ('59), Yvonne Petro ('57), Patrick & Jackie Kelly, Karen Mabe ('59), Sanae Fujimoto ('52), Aline Asato
Be a part of Lahainaluna's Sue D. Cooley Stadium. Construction on Phase 2 is complete, the Department of Education has granted "Beneficial Occupancy"and the school's first football game under-the-lights will be played on August 8th. Orders are still being taken but an installation date can not be determined. Pictures of the new installation will be available soon. Download the brick order form here. For bleacher sponsorships, please use the donation form and submit imprint information in comments box.
The 8th Annual Class Challenge Golf Tournament was held on Friday, July 17th, at the Hawaii Prince Golf Club in Ewa Beach. This fantastic event raised $15,000 for the Foundation. We wish to thank all of the Lahainaluna alum who put this fun raiser together and special thanks to Earl Ichimura, Eric Okazaki and Mike Miyamoto.