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Party to benefit Sacred Hearts School

By Staff | Oct 30, 2014

LAHAINA – A “Night of Aloha,” Sacred Hearts School’s seventh annual benefit party, is coming soon. Join the school community on Saturday, Nov. 15, at 5:30 p.m. at the historic Pioneer Inn for gourmet food, excellent entertainment and a chance to make a difference in the life of a child.

Live music by the West Side band “Fred’s Garage” will kick the fun off. Ono food by Hula Grill, Roy’s, Sansei, Japengo, Captain Jack’s and a Martini Luge by Darren Ho set the stage for a night of fun.

Live and silent auctions will include amazing items, such as four- and five-star hotel stays, gift certificates to Maui restaurants, entertainment tickets, boat trips, fitness packages, spa treatments, golf and artwork.

This year, the theme is “Helping Hands – Change The Path of a Lifetime.”

According to the school, “Parents work hard and sacrifice a great deal to send their children to Sacred Hearts. For some families, even that great sacrifice is not enough, and so this year, we are featuring the Helping Hands program to help make the dream of a good education a reality for as many children as we can.”

Call 661-4720 or stop in to the Sacred Hearts School office at 239 Dickenson St. to reserve your tickets.