LAHAINA - King Kamehameha III School will be celebrating its 100-year anniversary at its annual May Day Ho'ike on Friday, May 23, at 9 a.m. at Lahaina Civic Center.
King Kamehameha III students will be performing along with Lahainaluna High School students under the direction of King Kamehameha III School Music Teacher Joseph Kent and LHS Curriculum Coordinator Lorraine Gomez-Karinen.
The students who will represent the king and queen at this year's festivities are David Sulunga and Akira Foreman.
This year’s queen and king are Akira Foreman and David Sulunga.
The royal court representatives are Princesses Jesabel Alibin, Teani Buenconsejo, Ihilani Garcia, Hokulua Godoy, Makayla O'Keefe, Anapaula Rodriguez-Gomez, Alexia Truong and Kokoro Yamazaki; and Princes Kendall Beam, Alexander Bianco, Joshua Cacal, Jonathan Donez, Evan Koyama, Max McKuin, Tobey Mizuno and Cael Yasutake.
The Master and Mistress of Ceremonies are Jordan Beam and Shania Tumpap.
The public and parents are invited to help celebrate the school's 100-year anniversary.
For more information, contact Claire Tillman at 662-3955, extension 240.