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School & Community Events
“Sakura Safari-Hana Mi”
Date: February 7, 2015
Time: 9:00 and 11:00 AM
Place: meet at Wahiawa Ryusenji Soto Mission, 164 California Avenue
Cost: $20.00 for trolley ride, $5.00 for “Kitchen Delight” bento (optional)
Seating on trolley by RESERVATIONS ONLY – call Rene @ (808) 291-6151. Deadline: Jan. 26, 2015. Seating is limited. Call early.

Join us for a 90-minute special trolley ride through Wahiawa Town and experience the abundance of cherry blossom, of sakura trees in this quaint residential and still a bit rural community. This Sakura Viewing – Hana Mi is also referred to as our “Sakura Safari” as we celebrate a wonderful tradition of the first sakura tree planting with seedlings from Okinawa, and the continued propagation by Wahiawa residents. Visit the cool climate of Wahiawa which keeps the sakura trees beautiful and in good health and learn about this rich historical project.

Members of the Wahiawa Nikkei Civic Association and Leilehua High School Nakayoshi Kai Club host the Saturday morning cultural affair.

2nds at Leilehua - Where the finest Food Trucks and Vendors take Wahiawa by storm!
When: February 13, 2015
Where: Leilehua Front Parking Lot
Time: 4:00pm - 7:00pm
Athletic Events this Week
Boys Soccer
Next OIA Playoffs

Boys Basketball
Thursday, January 29, 2014
vs. Radford Rams @ Radford HS (OC X-Cast)

Girls Basketball
Monday, January 26, 2015
JV OIA Tournament
vs. Kaiser Cougars @ Kaiser HS

View OIA JV Bracket

Friday, January 30, 2015
OIA Varsity Tournament
vs. Moanalua Na Menehune @ LHS Gym

View OIA Varsity Bracket

Friday, January 30, 2015
OIA Western Division Championship @ CORP

Saturday, January 31, 2015
OIA Matches @ Nanakuli HS

College/Career Center Events
College Presentations

Students interested in attending a college presentation must go to Rm HH101 to get a permission form. For more information on any College/Career Event or Activity please go to Rm HH101 or call Ms. Jennifer Martin (808-305-3060)

Online College Resource
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Go to the Online College Resource

College and Career Center Bulletin
Student Activities
See Mrs. Darcy Yukumoto in Rm. 28 for more information on student activities or call (808)305-3033
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Updated 01.20.15