Hot Shots – 8/30/17
AT&T Donates To YMCA
AT&T donated $30,000 to support college success for underserved kids through the YMCA’s College Camp program. Over a week’s time, students will live in dorms and participate in a variety of workshops, service projects, college campus tours and team-building activities. Pictured are (from left) Michael Broderick, president and CEO of YMCA of Honolulu; Ananda Chou, executive director of Atherton YMCA; and Bob Bass, president of AT&T Washington/Alaska/Hawai‘i.
PHOTO COURTESY YMCA OF HONOLULU
MAC Recognizes Hawai‘i Students
This year, 30 outstanding Hawai‘i students and previously enlisted military members have been accepted into four of the U.S. service academies. Of the 30 who have accepted appointments, 24 students and their parents were recognized at a reception at O‘ahu Country Club, hosted by the Chamber of Commerce Hawai‘i’s Military Affairs Council. Pictured from the U.S. Military Academy are (from left) Lt. Col. Crissy Gayagas, Ana Ogilivie, Gen. David Bramlett, Ryan Piotrowski, Devon Hartsell, Stephen Krejci, Anthony Corey, Alexander Lee, Capt. Josh Taft, Lt. Col. Erin Whitney and Mike Mathes.
PHOTO COURTESY MILITARY AFFAIRS COUNCIL