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Lumana'i Awards Honor 16 High School Seniors

Sixteen high school seniors of Samoan ancestry were recognized and honored at the 20th Annual Lumana'i Awards Ceremony on Thursday, April 21, at the Farrington High School auditorium in Honolulu. The Honorable Bode Uale, a Family Court judge in O'ahu's First Circuit, delivered the keynote address.

Established by the O'ahu Association, the Annual Lumana'i Scholarship Awards recognize O'ahu high school seniors of Samoan ancestry for academic achievement, leadership, and community service in various award categories.

Congratulations to these outstanding and deserving award recipients!

About The Lumana’i Committee offers scholarships to Samoan youth through an annual awards program. High school seniors apply for these scholarships and awards are given in several categories including academics, sports, and specialized fields. Approximately 12 students then receive awards at the Lumana‘i Awards Banquet held in April. Scholarship forms are forwarded to Hawai‘i schools every spring.

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