Alumni Newsletter

September, 2011

Washington Alumni Chapter
"There were approximately 100 in attendance including 5 incoming students and 1 continuing student."

Pounders Alum organizes beach clean-up
Political Science alumnus Evan Fa organized a body boarding competition and beach clean-up at Laie Beach Park.

Council postpones Laie hotel vote
"An affordable hotel will help our family reunions, weddings, graduations, birthdays, community special events."
OHA awards Kaiaulu grant to PCC
The funding will go toward the Hawaii-Utah Learning Advancement (HULA) program a joint effort between the PCC, BYU-Hawaii, and Utah Valley University (UVU).
Vai Vai Sikahema tells of his visit to Laie

"Mom and Dad were among the first group of dancers at the PCC in the '60s, (and) they rolled out the red carpet."
Hong Kong
Hong Kong SAC publish enewsletter
 The Hong Kong Student Alumni Chapter (SAC) published their first career enewsletter to help students gain job market knowledge.
Kahuku Farms Kahuku Farms opens doors to public
The recently opened Kahuku Farms is a new, country-style attraction for Hawaii residents and tourists alike. The farms...offers tours, fruit smoothies, and many other products.

Alan Akina Ohana  Alumni Spotlight: Alan Akina
President David O. McKay’s prophecy of Brigham Young University–Hawaii producing leaders of genuine gold is known to most alumni and those who are affiliated with the school. Alan Akina (Biology, ’10) is not only familiar with the prophecy, he is one of the many alumni that are helping see its fulfillment. Alan, along with his wife LeeAnn and their five children live in Kahuku where Alan runs his Inc. 500 business, 101 Financial.
In Memoriam
Upcoming Events
  • Washington Chapter Event, Ridgefield, WA, September 17
  • Webcast with bestselling author Roger Connors. Learn how accountability improves personal and organizational performance, September 24


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