The evening began with a Pule by Isaiah Ka`auwai, counselor. Pualii Rossi Fukino, Hawaiian Studies faculty member, served as emcee. Culinary Arts Program students in the Introduction to Short Order and Intermediate Cooking courses, led by Chef instructors Martina Hilldorfer and Steven Nakata provided gourmet "high tea" refreshments. Nicole Morris, Music student, performed a heart rendering version of "Lemonade," by music artist Jeremy Passion.
Jana Digby Rothenberg-Blay, Lisa Rapozo, and Jonathon Tanagalin represent students in thanking donors.
Jana Digby Rothenberg-Blay, recent graduate in Liberal Arts, established a scholarship for the College in the name of her parents, Joy and Art Digby. Jana gifted the College with her mother’s teacher’s pension to fund the scholarship.
|Donors David Iha (retired Provost of |
KCC) and Mrs. Shirley Iha enjoy
Culinary treats prepared by KCC
The Chancellor’s Office, Student Services, and Academic Support teamed up to coordinate the reception.
To all friends and donors, the students, faculty, and staff of Kaua`i Community College thank you for promoting student success and positively changing the lives of many.
Submitted by Cammie Matsumoto with photos by Gary Ellwood