Ms. Kana Imoto,
a junior from Singapore who has lived in England and Malaysia;
Ms. Laura Perry, a sophomore from Massachusetts with a job
at a Waikiki restaurant; Ms. Kie Shimomura, a junior from Japan
with an internship at Tiki’s Bar and Grill; and Ms. Natalie
Paul, a junior from Singapore working as a guest service agent
at Atlantis Submarine. Each student won a $1,000 scholarship.
The HHSMA scholarships are awarded to students majoring in TIM
who have good character, a high grade point average, and are
involved in extracurricular activities. Applications are open
to all students at four local colleges.
The scholarship recipients were treated to lunch at Ruth’s
Chris Steak House at Restaurant Row. Governor Lingle served as
the guest speaker.