The St. Anthony School Symphonic Band presents its annual Pops Concert at 6 p.m. Tuesday, September 26, in the St. Anthony Church Center.
The event is free and open to the public. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Band students will accept at the door nonperishable canned goods for Maui’s needy.
The concert will feature music from the radio, television and movies.
St. Anthony School 8th-grader Kali Spalding’s love for reading motivated her to launch a new book drive for young patients at Kapiolani Medical Center on Oahu.
“I hope, through my book drive, to comfort children that may find peace in the pages of a good book,” Kali said. The book drive will run for 10 days from September 11th through September 22nd.
Donors are encouraged to drop off new books geared for middle and high school aged students between 7:30 a.m. and 3 p.m., Monday to Friday, at St. Anthony School. Specially marked boxes will be posted on the three St. Anthony campuses – K-5, 6-8, 9-12 – and at the middle and high school front office.
Details about Kali’s book drive are on a Web site she created: https://808kalgraceschool.wixsite.com/mysite
Kali’s goal is collect 500 books. Barnes & Noble book store has already contributed 250 books and Lowe’s on Maui has donated collection boxes.
Donors with more than 25 books are asked to contact Kali prior to drop off. Contact information is on the book drive Web site listed above.
Middle schoolers donate $1,000-plus to Hurricane Harvey
WAILUKU – St. Anthony Middle School 8th-grader Maria King led a three-day money drive that garnered $1,141 for victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas.
Maria placed jars at each of the middle school’s homerooms and encouraged students in grade 6 through 8 to donate cash and coins toward recovery efforts from the storm.
Hurricane Harvey made landfall on the southern coast of Texas on Aug. 25. The category 4 hurricane killed at least 70 people and produced epic flooding and property damage.
“I’m proud of my classmates at St. Anthony for responding so quickly by giving their dollars and coins to help other people,” King said. “It means a lot to me that we can reach out to people in need.”
Sixth-graders in Ernie Mendoza’s homeroom won a pizza party by bringing in $368, the most donations by any single class. Proceeds from the three-day money drive will be donated to Catholic Charities in Texas.
National Honor Society students at St. Anthony School marked this week’s 9/11 anniversary by honoring the courageous work of our local police, firefighters and Coast Guard officials. The students in grades 9 through 12 prepared and delivered gift baskets and thank you cards to the Maui Police Department Police Chief Tivoli Faaumu, the Wailuku Fire Station and the Coast Guard station in West Maui.
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During the month of September, customers are invited to make donations of up to a cumulative total of $249 (per person, per organization) at checkout to their favorite Hawai`i non-profit organization registered in the Give Aloha program.
Donations are accepted at any Foodland, Sack N Save or Foodland Farms checkout. A code is assigned to each organization for donation tracking at checkout. This year, Foodland and the Western Union Foundation will match each donation up to a total of at least $300,000 for all organizations combined. If total customer donations exceed the matching gift, the matching gift will be divided proportionately among all participating organizations.
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Congratulations to the St. Anthony School girls volleyball team for winning its Maui Interscholastic League season opener at the War Memorial Gym in Wailuku.
Mahalo nui loa to the Living in Faith Experience (LIFE) team for leading the first mass of the new school year for Middle and High School students.
We also want to congratulate the LIFE students for raising more than $1,800 in the Maui Charity Walk this past spring.
St. Anthony School has opened nominations for its 2017 Alumni Hall of Fame. Awardees will be honored at this year’s Strength in Unity Gala on October 28 at the King Kamehameha Golf Club.
The St. Anthony Alumni Hall of Fame gives recognition to graduates or honorary graduates each year in the following categories: School Service, Community Service, Outstanding Athlete and Distinguished Alumni of the Year.
School Service is presented to a graduate or honorary graduate who is tireless and selfless in service to the St. Anthony community. Community Service is for the St. Anthony graduate or honorary graduate who has made an impact on the wider community. The Outstanding Athlete is a graduate or honorary graduate who has succeeded in athletics during and exemplifies the qualities of a Marianist education.
The school also presents a Guardian Angel award to non-alumni supporters of St. Anthony who have demonstrated loyalty, honesty, integrity and service. The recipients have given their time, talent and treasure to ensure the success of St. Anthony School.
The 2016 honorees were 1966 graduate Paul Mizoguchi, vice president of retailing for HouseMart, who was selected for the Distinguished Alumnus Award; Wil Cambra, Class of 1986, for School Service; David Gomes, Hawaiian Cement general manager, also an ’86 graduate, for Community Service; and Dr. Brady Shirota, a dentist and ’88 graduate, who played on the St. Anthony football championship team.
Nomination forms for the 2017 Alumni Hall of Fame are available in the St. Anthony School Admissions Office. You can also click here.
Contact Admissions Director Claudine San Nicolas at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 244-4190, ext. 268. Deadline for submission is 5 p.m., Tuesday, August 15.