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FEBRUARY 2, 2022
 Kaimana Scholarship Opens
ing in collegiate sports.
To qualify, applicants must graduate from a Ha- waiʻi high school in 2022 with a 2.75 or higher grade point average. Require- ments have been relaxed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and involve- ment in community ser- vice and participation in athletics during their high school years are encour- aged but are no longer re-
    HMSA honors Hawai‘i high school seniors with its annual Kaimana Awards & Scholarship Program for the 17th year in a row. Here, seniors and their schools are commended for excellence in academics, athletics, community ser- vice, healthy activities and sportsmanship. Graduating high school seniors are now eligible to send in their ap- plications online.
“We continue to support our local students as they pursue goals in higher ed- ucation,” states Kathryn Matayoshi, HMSA senior vice president and chief community engagement officer. “Our Kaimana Awards & scholarship pro- gram helps to recognize the future leaders of our state and helps them cel- ebrate their achievements in education.”
was held on campus at the athletic building courtyard on Dec. 17. Later that after- noon, RCOP was honored to welcome guest speaker Del Green at their lunch meeting held at Pearl Country Club’s grill room. Green, who is a past district governor for Hawai‘i Rotary District 5000 and current District Rotary Foundation committee chair, spoke to RCOP members and guests about the latest news from the Rotary Foun- dation. On Dec. 18, com- munity volunteers of RCOP were joined by Our Savior Lutheran School Interact students, school principal Clarence De Lude, teach- ers and school supporters to help out at RCOP’s Pearl Harbor Bike Path month-
Cyd Okino
Sasia Neermann-Hinds
  HMSA will award $5,000 scholarships to up to 15 students. The funds can be used to pay for college tuition, books, computers and room and board. Scholarship use is subject to National Colle- giate Athletic Association rules and regulations for those who are participat-
In addition, candidates
HMSA has sponsored the Kaimana Awards & Schol- arship Program in partner- ship with Hawaiʻi High School Athletic Association since 2005.
ly beautification project. as a Professional Golfers’ Volunteers picked up rub- Association apprentice at bish along the bike path Pearl Country Club since and Pearl Harbor shore- November 2020 and is one line near Blasidell Park in of Hawai‘i’s most decorated ‘Aiea starting at Pu‘uloa junior golfers of all time ... Springs to the Peace Bell Sasia Neermann-Hinds of near the bridge by Cutter ‘Aiea was named to Lasell Ford ... Pearl Country Club University dean’s list for recently named Cyd Okino her academic performance as its club’s new head golf during the fall semester ... professional. Okino served
must also submit several items including: an offi- cial transcript, personal statement and essay about community and well-be- ing, and also two letters of recommendation from school faculty, mentors or coaches.
Leeward O‘ahu high school seniors can apply at All applications must be re- ceived by Friday, Feb. 25.
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