Da Kine
Tuesday, January 21, 1997

Publishing fellowship open

University of Hawaii graduate students who want to learn the publishing business may apply for the Grace K.J. Abernethy/Manoa Publishing Fellowship.

The recipient of the fellowship will work in the editorial offices of Manoa: A Pacific Journal of International Writing for up to 20 hours a week.

Applicants should submit a two- to three-page letter stating why they wish to work with the journal and listing any previous experience in publishing or evidence of past interest in the field. Apply by April 30.

Information: Pat Matsueda, 956-3070, or at at http://www2.hawaii.edu/mjournal

Scholarship for athletes

The Outrigger Duke Kahanamoku Foundation will award scholarships for those who've participated in competitive athletics. The person will not need to compete while in college.

The foundation's purpose is to encourage athletes and scholars who will contribute to the growth and development of athletics in Hawaii, to support athletic events and participation in all competitive arenas, and to help preserve and develop sports that have cultural or historic significance in Hawaii.

Applicants must submit a recent transcript, two letters of reference, a letter from a coach or trainer, a resume of competition, a personal letter, a recent photo and either their own or their parents' tax return.

For applications, write to OKDF at 2090 Kalakaua Ave., Honolulu, HI 96815.

Deadline to apply is March 15.

Help the environment

Students in grades 7 and up are invited to participate in various environmental programs Saturday and Sunday.

On Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, volunteers will spray-paint the environmental message "Dump No Waste, Goes to Ocean" to help to reduce stream and ocean pollution. Meet at Punahou High School, McNeil Hall, Room 101. Bring shoes and clothes that can get dirty and drinking water.

On Sunday, 9 a.m. to noon, volunteers are needed to help pull invasive vines at Ho'omaluhia Botanical Gardens. Wear sturdy shoes and old clothes; bring drinking water and mosquito repellent. Meet at the gardens' visitor center.

Also, Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m., volunteers are needed to plant trees and shrubs along Manoa Falls Trail. Wear sturdy shoes and old clothes; bring drinking water and mosquito repellent. Meet at the trail head.

Information: Youth for Environmental Service, 957-0423.

Compiled by Catherine Kekoa Enomoto, Star-Bulletin.

Write to Features, Honolulu Star-Bulletin, P.O. Box 3080, Honolulu, HI 96802 or send a fax to 523-8509 or E-mail at features@starbulletin.com. Please include your phone number.

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