Kanoelani Elementary receives $1000.00 in Pearl City Shopping Center Gift Certificates


Yesterday morning, December 17, Kanoelani Elementary School became the second Pearl City District Complex Elementary School, this school year, to receive 10 – $100.00 gift certificates from the Pearl City Shopping Center (PCSC) Merchants Association.

PCSC Merchants Association Board Members, Sheri Rolf, Shawn Taniguchi, and Barry Villamil, presented Kanoelani Elementary School Principal Stacie Kunihisa with the gift certificates donation during the school's Winter assembly.

The PCSC Merchants Association awards two Pearl City elementary schools, on an annual basis, with a donation that rotates each year amongst the eight Pearl City District Complex elementary schools.

Pearl City Shopping Center owner Mr. Duane Kurisu is committed to providing financial assistance via the PCSC Merchants Association and directly to our Pearl City schools to help offset expenses by providing much needed funds for programs and extra curricular activities.

In October, Pearl City Elementary School received the first of two 10 – $100.00 PCSC gift certificate donations scheduled for the 2014-2015 school year.

Photo taken by Kami Apao, Kanoelani Elementary School

PCSC Gift Certificates Donation to Kanoelani Elementary

L-R: Barry Villamil & Sheri Rolf, Pearl City Shopping Center Merchants Association, 

Stacie Kunihisa, Principal, Kanoelani Elementary School (holding PCSC

gift certificates),  Dawn Amano Ige, Vice Principal, Kanoelani Elementary School, First

Lady of the State of Hawaii, Walleen Hirayama, Vice Principal, Kanoelani Elementary School,

and  Shawn Taniguchi, Treasurer, Pearl City Shopping Center Merchants Association.