Packed house at Pearl City Foundation Intersession Finale Dinner

Jul 26, 2013 | PC Community


Students and their ohana filled the Momilani Community Center on Thursday in celebration of the Pearl City Foundation's (PCF) annual finale dinner that capped the 2013 PCF Summer Intersession Program. It was a record number of students enrolled in this year’s Summer Intersession with over 175 participating in the program.

PCF Executive Director Breene Harimoto and Summer Intersession Program Director, Naomi Tully-Ungacta hosted the finale dinner and welcomed everyone to the Momilani Community Center for the event that ran from 6:00pm to 9:00pm.  

Pearl City Foundation Board of Directors, Pearl City Community Association (PCCA) members, and the excellent and hardworking PCF Summer Intersession Program staff of Group Leaders and Junior Leaders helped serve dinner and dessert to over 500 invited guests.

PCF Summer Intersession Program Leaders and Junior Leaders also presented the students during the entertainment portion of the evening to the "High School Musical" theme that showcased the students dancing and singing talents.

Special invited guests included State Senator Clarence Nishihara and State Representatives, Roy Takumi and Gregg TaKayama. Principals representing the Pearl City District Complex were in attendance and were presented $100.00 donations each, for their schools, from the Pearl City Foundation.

The PCF Summer Intersession Program is offered to students who have completed grades K-6. The students who participate in the program, take part in a summer curriculum that includes; academics, sports/games, arts/crafts, swimming, cooking and weekly field trips. PCF Group Leaders have developed the summer intersession program with the goal of having each student experience a fun, safe and exciting summer.

The PCF Summer Intersession Program runs annually from the last week of May through the last week of July.