Students were treated to train rides on the Pearlridge Express, a meet and greet with Santa as well as live entertainment featuring the students.
The program was created for students from pre-kindergarten through sixth grade that are deaf, deaf and blind or hard-of-hearing.
A joint project of Meyers and the Peace Committee of Honoka‘a Hongwanji Buddhist Temple, Magic Camp takes place December 27-29, from 11 a.m. and December 30, 5-7 p.m., in the temple’s social hall.
Young magicians will be taught new tricks every day of camp, including how to make things appear and disappear, levitate, switch places, and more.
And, they will build their own magic kit to take home and astound their friends.
“The study of magic is educational and valuable for young people in many ways.
The Kahilu 2016/17 Hawaiian Series is sponsored by Hawaiian Airlines and KAPA Radio. “Our condolences go out to the family and friends of Mr. Scott Carr, the Coast Guard 14th District public affairs officer.
AN INVESTIGATION IS UNDERWAY TO DETERMINE IF THERE IS A TSUNAMI THREAT TO HAWAII.
IF TSUNAMI WAVES IMPACT HAWAII THE ESTIMATED EARLIEST ARRIVAL OF THE FIRST TSUNAMI WAVE IS 0256 PM HST THU FURTHER MESSAGES WILL BE ISSUED HOURLY OR SOONER AS CONDITIONS WARRANT UNTIL THE THREAT TO HAWAII HAS PASSED.
Crime Stoppers is a volunteer program run by ordinary citizens who want to keep their community safe.
Crime Stoppers doesn’t record calls or subscribe to caller ID. Santa Claus greeted more than 100 students from across the state during the 25th annual Deaf Santa program at Pearlridge Elementary.