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Lahaina Complex tutoring program to hold dinner celebrations

By Staff | Mar 9, 2012

Seventh-graders learn math with volunteer tutors — including tutors from the Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua — on Tuesdays at Lahaina Intermediate School.

LAHAINA – The Lahaina Complex After School Enrichment Tutoring Project will soon complete its 11th year of free volunteer tutoring services to Lahaina public school students.

Student Achievement Awards and Dinner Celebration events are scheduled as follows: Tuesday, March 20, at 6 p.m. at Lahaina Intermediate School; Wednesday, March 21, at 6 p.m. at Princess Nahi’ena’ena School; and Thursday, March 22, at 6 p.m. at King Kamehameha III School.

At 6 p.m., students at each participating school in grades 3-8 will receive achievement awards from their tutors. Students and parents should report to the assigned classroom noted in the invitation.

At 7 p.m., students, parents and guests will gather in the school cafeteria for dinner and a brief program.

At Lahaina Intermediate School, students in the Monday creative arts classes will provide hula, ukulele and drama entertainment joined by the Lahaina Senior Serenaders. Special guests, including Mayor Alan Arakawa and his wife, Lisa, will attend the Lahaina Intermediate School event.

Project Founders/Directors Richard and Pat Endsley noted, “We wish to give a special thank you to our sponsors: County of Maui, Rotary Clubs of Lahaina, The Bendon Family, Debbi and Stuart Katz from Beyond the Rainbow, and ‘Aina Nalu Charity Foundation. In addition, we are grateful to the Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua for the splendid contribution of 22 enthusiastic and talented volunteers to the project.”

All parents are encouraged to attend this valuable community event with their participating student(s) and other family members.