Hawaiʻi Meth Project Expands Mural Project on Anniversary

March 30, 2015, 3:25 PM HST · Updated March 30, 3:26 PM
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The first ever "Not Even Once" Mural Project (NEOMP) installation at the Lahaina location of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Maui was given a fresh coat of paint that included a few new creative additions and enhancements to commemorate the one-year anniversary of its original completion.

The first ever “Not Even Once” Mural Project (NEOMP) installation at the Lahaina location of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Maui was given a fresh coat of paint that included a few new creative additions and enhancements to commemorate the one-year anniversary of its original completion.

By Maui Now Staff

The Hawaiʻi Meth Project celebrates the one-year anniversary if its “Not Even Once” mural project by inviting middle and intermediate schools to apply for their own campus mural installations.

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As part of the milestone, the first event mural project installation at the Lahaina Boys & Girls Club was given a fresh coat of paint.

Over the course of a year, a total of 11 anti-meth murals have been strategically installed at high schools and community centers across the state in partnership with Oʻahu-based multimedia artist East-3.

Middle and intermediate school administrators interested in adding an anti-meth mural at their campus are asked to visit the Hawaiʻi Meth Project’s Facebook page or  email [email protected]

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