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Lahaina Intermediate to hold BookFair

By Staff | Nov 3, 2011

Lahaina Intermediate School’s Renaissance Partners in Living and Learning first quarter reward day, “Wet and Wild,” was held on campus last week Friday. Some 255 students qualified by way of grades, citizenship and community service, reported Counselor Todd Hayase, the event’s organizer. The students enjoyed water slides, burgers, salad, shave ice and much more. Hayase thanked event committee members Becky Altier, Cindy Koyama, Lori Koyama, Darryl Munetake, Tom Norton, Beth Fobbe-Wills, U‘i Kua‘ana, Charmaine Ganer and the entire LIS cafeteria staff led by Manu Kahukoa. Parent volunteer chaperones and school staff also help make the event a success year after year. Photo by Walter Chihara.

LAHAINA – Lahaina Intermediate School’s annual BookFair will take place Nov. 7-10.

The school library will be transformed into a teen bookstore with a large selection of current and best-selling titles.

On-campus student and parent shopping hours will be from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.

A percentage of purchases made at the Barnes & Noble store from Nov. 7-15 or online at bn.com/bookfairs from Nov. 7-20 will also benefit Lahaina Intermediate School.

Just provide Bookfair Event ID #10600682 during checkout.