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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 4, 2006
Release No. M-129-06
UH FOOTBALL PLAYERS WILL JOIN MAYOR HANNEMANN
IN KICKING OFF KAPOLEI CITY LIGHTS
At least 10 members of the
Warriors scheduled to attend include running back Nate Ilaoa, receivers Davone Bess, Ross Dickerson, Ryan Grice-Mullen and Jason Rivers; defensive linemen Ikaika Alama-Francis and Melila Purcell; linebacker Solomon Elimimian; safety Leonard Peters, and quarterback Inoki Funaki.
This is the second year the City is offering Kapolei City Lights, a holiday festival and exhibit at Kapolei Hale,
“Last Saturday we launched the 22nd annual Honolulu City Lights downtown,” said Hannemann. “As successful as that event is, I believe the folks on Oahu’s
Saturday’s Kapolei events begin with the West Oahu Electric Light Parade, which leaves the Kapolei Fairgrounds on
At 7:30 p.m., the mayor and the UH scholar-athletes will turn on the lights on the 40-foot Christmas tree at Kapolei Hale. Following that, the festivities move into the Kapolei Hale courtyard. The program there includes a performance by Pali and other local entertainers.
As with its downtown counterpart, the holiday lights and decorated trees will be on public display through January 1.
Bill Brennan, 527-6928
Mark Matsunaga, 527-5767
|Monday, December 04, 2006|