No Ná Keiki ‘O St. John

Hawai’i Fun Facts (50State.com) Hawaii’s State Motto is “Ua Mau ke Ea o ka Aina i ka Pono” which means, “The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness.” Auction Sneak Peek We have some amazing Auction items this year!  This week’s highlighted items are… Ballard, Bikes, Burgers & Brews Leave your car at home and … Continue Reading »

Na Nó Keiki ‘O St. John School

Hawai’i Fun Fact…..(50states.com) Hawai’i is the only state that was once a royal kingdom. Auction Sneak Peek We have some amazing Auction items this year! This week’s highlighted item is… Seven Night Sojourn Ventures Vacation Experience in Bali or Tuscany: Enjoy a 7 night stay in either Bali or Tuscany….your choice! Each casa/villa sleeps 2-3. … Continue Reading »

No Ná Keiki ‘O St. John

Hawaiian Fun Facts…. (from 50states.com) Honolulu, on the island of O’ahu, is the nation’s 11th largest metropolitan area The island of Moloka’i contains the world’s highest sea cliffs, Hawai’i’s longest waterfall, and the largest white sand beach in the state Send us your Hawaiian themed pictures to fundraising@st-johnschool.org. We will use them in preparation for … Continue Reading »

No Ná Keiki ‘O Hawai’i

Hawaiian Fun Facts…. (from 50states.com) Hawaii’s nickname is the “Aloha State.” The word aloha is derived from the Proto-Polynesian, alofa, and it’s meanings include “love,” “compassion,” and “mercy.” Aloha is used both as “hello” and “goodbye.” Auction Underwriting Event: BINGO, BREWS & BITES The Auction will be holding a fun, adults only BINGO, BREWS & … Continue Reading »

No Ná Keiki ‘O St. John

Hawaiian Fun Facts…. (from 50states.com) Mauna Kea is the tallest mountain in the world (measured from it’s base at the ocean floor) The largest contiguous ranch in the United States is in Hawaii. The Parker Ranch near Kamuela has about 480,000 acres of land. Yahoo Paniolo! Send your Hawaiian themed pictures to fundraising@st-johnschool.org. We will … Continue Reading »

No Ná Keiki ‘O St. John

Hawaiian Fun Facts…. (from 50states.com)     Mele Kalikimaka is Hawai’i’s way of saying Merry Christmas. There are only 12 letters in the Hawaiian alphabet. Consonants: H, K, L, M, N, P, W Vowels: A, E, I, O, U Sponsorship Would you like to be an Auction sponsor? The 10% sponsorship discount expires this Friday, December 21st! … Continue Reading »