Office of Hawaiian Affairs News Release
Don’t miss out on an unforgettable weekend of fun and games Oct. 4-5 as everyone celebrates the things that make Molokai High School and its alumni so special.
Hosted by Friends of Molokai High and Middle Schools Foundation and sponsored by Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA), this will be a two-day event that brings classmates of all ages together for some friendly competition to vie for the most spirited Molokai High School class. The current champions are none other than the Class of 1982, and they are challenging everyone to “bring it” as they defend their title.
The weekend will also feature a college and career fair on Oct. 4 from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the gymnasium. Alumni, community members, and official representatives will be on campus to represent their trade/career or college/university. All are invited to attend.
In addition to class competitions, a new Mr. and Ms. Green and White will be crowned to represent Molokai High School for the 2013-2014 school year. Come and cheer for your favorite couple and support our current students as they celebrate being Farmers.
The first-ever Farmer Glow Run will be held on Saturday, Oct. 5 starting at 8 p.m. Runners, joggers, hoppers, skippers or walkers will light up Ho’olehua with excitement and cheer for the hometown high school. Get creative and light up your look as you hit the streets walking for the cause. This is a family fun event and all ages are welcomed to attend. The course is from Molokai High to the Ho`olehua Credit Union intersection and back. Line-up begins at 7:30 p.m. with the race start at 8 p.m.
For more information, visit mhsgreenandwhite.weebly.com or contact Lisa Takata, firstname.lastname@example.org, 567-6950 ext. 249.
The mission of Friends of Molokai High and Middle Schools Foundation is to enhance the quality of student life at Molokai High and Molokai Middle Schools by providing competitive opportunities that strengthen a healthy and caring community.
The OHA is a unique, independent state agency established through the Hawaii State Constitution and statutes to advocate for the betterment of conditions of all Native Hawaiians, with a Board of Trustees elected by the voters of Hawaii. OHA is guided by a vision and mission to ensure the perpetuation of the culture, to protect the entitlements of Native Hawaiians, and to build a strong and healthy Hawaiian people and nation. For more information, visit oha.org.