May 3, 2014
Maryknoll School’s 16th Annual Monsignor Charles A. Kekumano Award and Scholarship Dinner will recognize one noteworthy community leader and 15 exceptional student scholarship recipients for their community service and leadership.
Musical prodigy and renowned pianist Ginny Tiu will be honored with the Noblesse Oblige Service Award for her dedication to the community. She is a longtime sponsor of underprivileged children, a volunteer who delivers meals to the elderly through Meals on Wheels, and a provider of foster care for dogs through the Hawaiian Humane Society.
Proceeds benefit Maryknoll’s Kekumano Scholarship Endowment Fund.
Saturday, May 3, 2014
Cocktails and Silent Auction begin at 5 p.m.
Dinner and Program begin at 6 p.m.
Registration: Sponsor Tables (seating for 10 guests) $2,500 to $25,000
Individual Seats $200
Background: The Noblesse Oblige Service Award was created in 1998 to honor the late Monsignor Charles A. Kekumano who exemplified Maryknoll’s motto meaning, “To whom much is given, much is expected.” Past honorees include Dr. Livingston M.F. Wong, James H. Gahler, Irmgard Farden Aluli, Cha and Jack Thompson, Nina Kealiiwahamana Rapozo, Dr. Jorge Camara, Gov. George Ariyoshi, Dr. Gabriel Wai Chiu Ma, Alfred M.K. Wong, Wally Yonamine, Peter Ng, Galen Ho, Dr. Lawrence Tseu, Dr. Thomas and Mrs. Mi Kosasa, and Larry Rodriguez. Founded in 1927 by the Maryknoll Sisters, Maryknoll School is Hawaii’s largest co-educational Catholic school serving students from kindergarten through grade 12.
|Cost||$200 - $25,000|
The Sheraton Waikiki Hotel
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