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Hawaiʻi College Access Program That Serves Over 16,000 Students Celebrates National GEAR UP Week
Honolulu, Hawai‘i – Hawai‘i will be celebrating the success of GEAR UP Hawai‘i, a college-access program that serves over 16,000 low-income students statewide, during National GEAR UP Week 2015, starting September 21. Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP) is funded by the U.S. Department of Education to provide students and families the resources they need to succeed in college. Since its inception in 1999, the national GEAR UP program has improved educational outcomes for millions of low-income students across the United States. Read more
The school’s first ever Chili Cook-Off to benefit Aloha United Way was a huge success with raising more than $1,000.
Six divisions prepared their very best chili recipe for all to enjoy. After selling more than 100 plates and raising $1,050, the chili from the Academic Support group won first for the best chili, the Golden Ladle, and bragging rights for the next year.
All of the $10 donations from individuals at the event will go towards to benefit Aloha United Way. Each donator was given two scoops of rice, 6 different chili samples, a free drink, and a scorecard to score the different chilis. The scores went from 1 being the least and 5 the highest.
Photos were taken by Ka La staff member Alyssa Baligad
Honolulu CC’s newest language art instructor, Kenneth L. Quilantang, Jr., will be one of the featured writers and The Bamboo Ridge Wine & Words fundraiser celebrating the release of Issue #106 Tuesday, Sept. 22 at Manoa Valley Theatre. This year, there will a raffle of art and handcrafted items created by several Issue #106 authors and others!
Wine & Words will start at 6:30 (eat and drink and put in your raffle tickets for the item(s) you want to win). The program starts at 7:30 and will feature readings by Editors’ Choice award winners Quilantang, Joseph Han, and Rajiv Mohabir. Also reading will be Misty-Lynn Sanico, the Bamboo Ridge Online Writing Selection. Misty is co-founder of HawaiiReads.com.