Thursday, August 5, 2010

Donations Sought for Nanakuli High & Intermediate Performing Arts Center's Scotland Trip

Rep. Shimabukuro (left) posed with Nanakuli High and Intermediate Performing Arts Center (NPAC) director Robin Kitsu, who received an honorary certificate from the Legislature at the benefit concert on 7/31/10. [Click on the photo to enlarge]
Senate President Colleen Hanabusa (left) presented NPAC director Robin Kitsu with the honorary certificate, and addressed the crowd at the fundraiser. [Click on the photo to enlarge]
NPAC needs to raise several more thousands of dollars to pay for the students to attend the Scotland festival. Click on the flyer to enlarge.
The NPAC students wowed the crowd with their performance on the Nanakuli High & Intermediate field.
Click on the arrow to watch the video!

On 7/31/10, the Nanakuli High and Intermediate Performing Arts Center (NPAC) held a benefit concert at
NHIS to raise funds for their trip to Scotland. The "Journey to Scotland" concert was a big success,
featuring local musicians and hula halau, as well as vendors who paid fees to support NPAC.

Senate President Colleen Hanabusa, Rep. Karen Awana, and Rep. Shimabukuro were on hand to present
an honorary certificate to NPAC director Robin Kitsu. Kitsu has dedicated 20+ years of his life to NPAC,
which is open to students all along the Leeward Coast.

NPAC needs much more financial support to ensure they can get to Scotland. Click HERE to view a flyer
listing the amounts they need to raise.

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