Baldwin HS Seeks Nominees for Hall of Fame

July 15, 2013, 7:31 AM HST · Updated July 15, 9:29 AM
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BHS 75th Anniversary co-chairs: (from left), Lynn Araki-Regan, Ann Arakawa, Wallace Fujii, Terry Miller and Amanda Martin. Courtesy photo.

BHS 75th Anniversary co-chairs: (from left), Lynn Araki-Regan, Ann Arakawa, Wallace Fujii, Terry Miller and Amanda Martin. Courtesy photo.

By Wendy Osher

Today is the deadline for nominee submissions to the HP Baldwin High School Hall of Fame.

Four individuals representing alumni, past or present faculty or staff, and the community, will be selected and recognized during the school’s 75th anniversary celebration, scheduled to take place in October.

Event organizers say candidates will be selected based upon their contributions to Baldwin High School and the community, and their past achievements or awards.

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Nomination forms may be obtained at the anniversary website at hpbaldwinmaui75th.com, the HP Baldwin High School office, or at Sew Special.

Completed forms can be submitted via email to [email protected]

A series of activities in October has been planned to celebrate the BHS 75th Anniversary including the following:

  • Oct 3 – Maui Fair Parade featuring Baldwin 75th Anniversary floats
  • Oct 18 – Baldwin High School tour, lunch and talk story session
  • Oct 19 – Baldwin High Benefit Golf Tournament, Dunes at Maui Lani Golf Course
  • Oct 19 – Baldwin High School 75th Anniversary banquet, King Kamehameha Golf Club
  • Oct 22 – Homecoming rally, Baldwin High School campus
  • Oct 25 – Homecoming football game, War Memorial Stadium
  • Oct 26 – Hoʻolauleʻa, Baldwin High School campus, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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