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Friday, November 24, 2000


City wreath contest
celebrates the season


The deadline for submitting wreaths for the city's annual Christmas Wreath Contest is 5 p.m. Wednesday.

Bring entries to the Lane Gallery on the Diamond Head end, ground floor at Honolulu Hale.

The theme for the 15th annual competition is "Celebrate the Season." One winner will be selected from three divisions: adult, children and youth; as well as open. In the last category, any individual or group may submit wreaths that best incorporate the idea of "Visions of Sugar Plum and Spam Musubi" into their entry.

Contestants (group or individual) may win only one award, although there is no limit on the amount of wreaths contestants may submit.

The "Best in Show" Mayor's Holly Award winner will receive a cash prize of $200. First place winners in each category will receive $150; the prize for all second place winners is $100, and $75 goes to all third place winners. Six honorable mentions will receive $25 each..

Entry forms are available at any park, satellite city hall or at the Office of Information in Honolulu Hale.

Judging will be based on workmanship, creativity and materials used. Wreaths must be circular with a hole in the center, a minimum of 12 inches in diameter, and include a loop for hanging. Call Ellen Katoda at 547-7395 or Peter Radulovich at 523-4674 for more information.

Judging will be held on Thursday and the winner will be announced 10 a.m. Friday at the tree-topping ceremony in the Honolulu Hale courtyard.

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KONG 570-AM / 93.5 FM: Adult contemporary rock with some Hawaiian music
KSSK 590-AM / 92.3-FM: Adult contemporary music
KHNR 650-AM: CNN news, sports
KQMQ 93.1-FM: Contemporary hit radio
KQMQ 690-AM: Radio Disney
KGU 760-AM: Talk, news, sports
KHVH 830-AM: News, talk, traffic, weather
KAIM 870-AM / 95.5-FM: Christian music and teaching
KJPN 940-AM: Japanese-language shows
KIKI 990-AM / 93.9-FM: Contemporary country AM; contemporary hits FM
KLHT 1040-AM: Christian radio
KWAI 1080-AM: Talk radio
KZOO 1210-AM: Japanese-language shows
KNDI 1270-AM: Live news from the Philippines; programs in 10 languages
KIFO 1380-AM: News, public affairs
KCCN 1420-AM / 100.3-FM: All talk / UH sports AM; contemporary island hits, FM
KUMU 1500-AM / 94.7-FM: Adult standards, AM; light rock, FM
KHPR 88.1-FM: Classical, news, public affairs
KIPO 89.3-FM: Jazz, classical, news
KTUH 90.3-FM: Jazz, blues, Hawaiian, rock, country and alternative
KKUA 90.7-FM: Classical, news, public affairs
KKCR 90.9 / 91.9-FM: Hawaiian music, midnight-3 p.m.; and rock, reggae, classical and new age
KRTR 96.3-FM: Adult contemporary music and news
KPOI 97.5-FM: Modern rock
KDNN 98.5-FM: Contemporary Hawaiian
KORL 99.5-FM: Adult contemporary
STAR 101.9-FM: Modern hits
KKHN 102.7-FM: "Da Bomb" top 40 hits
KXME 104.3-FM: Top 40
KINE 105.1-FM: Hawaiian
KGMZ 107.9-FM: Oldies

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