Great gifts and ono grinds at the Pearl City High School Holiday Craft Fair


Pearl City High School held their annual Holiday Craft Fair on Sunday in the school cafeteria and the surrounding campus grounds. The Pearl City community got a jump on their Holiday shopping with a great selection of specialty gifts and crafts items to choose from as well as ono food, snacks, and beverages throughout the event.

A portion of proceeds from the PCHS Holiday Craft Fair will benefit the PCHS Special Education Department.

The 2014 Pearl City Graduation Program offered Great Harvest Bread, huli huli chicken, maki sushi, bento and drinks for sale to support PCHS Project Graduation activities.

The award winning PCHS Robotics Team sold a variety of items including a unique candy dispenser that they designed and built (mahalo for the M&M's). Proceeds from their sales are being designated to help fund the PCHS Robotics Team traveling to compete in Kentucky in April, 2015.

PCHS Building & Construction students showed off their wood working skills with a selection of wooden benches and tables that were for on sale on Sunday.

Members from the highly successful and talented Shockers Soccer Club had an assortment of homemade goodies for sale as well.

There were so many great gifts and crafts items throughout the event for hundreds of shoppers to choose for their Holiday gift giving.

Mahalo for supporting the PCHS Special Education Department.

Happy Holiday's!


Photo by Barry Villamil |


Photo by Barry Villamil |

The PCHS award winning Robotics Team held a fundraiser to help offset traveling

expenses to compete on the national level in Kentucky in April of 2015.

Photo by Barry Villamil |

The SHOCKERS were in the house on Sunday with ono snacks and goodies!

Photo by Barry Villamil |

Master craftsmen from the PCHS Building & Construction Department presented a great

selection of handcrafted wooden benches and tables that were for sale on Sunday.

Photo by Barry Villamil |

The PCHS Waffle Dog Crew made their way through the PCHS Holiday Craft

Fair crowd on Sunday selling dogs in support of PCHS Project Grad.

Photo by Barry Villamil |

A terrific group of craft fair vendors and their products make each

PCHS Holiday Craft Fair worth coming back for year after year.

Photo by Barry Villamil |

PCHS junior Kristin Frost, who is a member of the 4X Lady Chargers Hawaii State Bowling Team

Championship dynasty, is pictured with her ohana on Sunday at the PCHS Holiday Craft Fair.


Happy Holiday's and mahalo for your support!