QUICK PLAYS for July 27 issue
LHS football team to play Kamehameha Kapalama Warriors
LAHAINA – Lahainaluna High School announced the home kickoff contest for your defending state champion Lunas versus the Kamehameha Kapalama Warriors of the Interscholastic League of Honolulu (ILH) on Saturday, Aug. 12, at Sue D. Cooley Stadium on campus.
Tickets are $7 and are on sale now from all Luna players or at the LHS Main Office. Be there!
Class to cover Aikido Ki Principles
WAILUKU – Ki Principles will be the topic of a special public workshop offered by the instructors of Maui Ki-Aikido. Students will learn exercises to develop core skills like centeredness, focus, calmness, relaxation, awareness and posture, and learn how these relate to Aikido.
The two-hour class will be held from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, July 29, at 194 S. Market St. in Wailuku. The cost is $10. Students should come 15 minutes early to register and check in.
Open to teens and adults, the class will be taught by Joni Jackson Sensei, 6th Dan.
Founded in 1953, Maui Ki-Aikido is the oldest Aikido dojo in the United States. For more information, visit mauiaikido.com, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 283-9226.
Paniaka Restoration Golf Tournament slated
MAKENA – The Paniaka Restoration Golf Tournament will be held on Sunday, Aug. 20, at Makena Golf & Beach Club.
Seventy-two golfers will have the opportunity to play in the fundraising scramble tournament to benefit the restoration of Paniaka, an important wetland site at the south end of Big Beach in Makena State Park. Visit www.pacificwhale.org/prgt for information.