Da Kine
Tuesday, February 4, 1997

‘Da Scoops’

A day of drug-free thrills
kicks off a month of awareness

The Coalition for a Drug-Free Hawaii is kicking off "Drug Free Awareness Month" from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Ilima Intermediate School in Ewa Beach.

The event will be part of the coalition's Cultural Fair. The theme is "Express Yourself . . . Drug-Free!" and young performers will fill two stages with nonstop entertainment, ranging from ethnic music and dance, to "Brown Bags to Stardom" winner Forte, to martial arts and drill team performances.

In addition, there will be food, crafts booths, face painting and kupuna who will help fair-goers make lauhala bracelets, ti-leaf lei and kukui nut spinning tops.

There will also be several information booths staffed by such community organizations as Mothers Against Drunk Driving, the Hawaii National Guard and the Queen Lili'uokalani Children's Center.

Ilima Intermediate is at 91-884 Fort Weaver Road. Parking will be available on campus and at nearby Pohakea Elementary. Admission is free.

Kahanamoku Foundation
offers scholarship for athletes

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

An incorrect application address was listed Jan. 21. The correct address is: ODKF, 2909 Kalakaua Ave., Honolulu, HI 96815. Applications may be requested by postcard.

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

The deadline for applications is March 15.

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.

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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