Hot Shots – 8/8/18
KCS Junior Takes First Prize With Essay
Kaimukī Christian School student Katelyn Schmisseur captured first place in the 2017 Clarence T.C. Ching Foundation essay contest,11th-grade division. Her essay, titled “The ‘Ōhi‘a Lehua Epidemic,” earned her a $200 cash prize. Pictured are Raymond Tam, Clarence T.C. Ching Foundation trustee; Schmisseur; JoAnna Fong, Kaimukī Christian School literature teacher; and George Engebretson, Watermark Publishing publisher.
PHOTO COURTESY KAIMUKĪ CHRISTIAN SCHOOL
Scoot Gifts Big Money To Nā Kama Kai
As part of Scoot’s inaugural flight to Hawai‘i, the new low-cost carrier from Singapore donated $20,000 to local nonprofit Nā Kama Kai. Pictured are Lee Lik Hsin, Scoot CEO, and Duane DeSoto of Nā Kama Kai.
PHOTO COURTESY STRYKER WEINER & YOKOTA PUBLIC RELATIONS INC.