Mahalo Nui Loa for V-ball Support
The Molokai High School Lady Farmers Volleyball Booster Club would like to take this opportunity to extend a warm mahalo to our community for their continued support and donations – the bento sale was a success!
Your Lady Farmers have completed their home regular season with a 4-0 record and although slotted in Division II, they are currently ranked 3rd in the state overall (Star Advertiser, Coaches and Writers Poll). During this economic downturn, budget cuts have placed the burden of travel on our school and much of the expense has been offset with the generous help of our community and businesses. It was awesome to see our Ladies swinging toe to toe and more than holding their own at the homes of the mighty Kamehameha Warriors and Punahou Buff N Blue (ranked #1 and #2 respectively). Even bigger, despite the long hours of practice and travel time, your team – with many enrolled in college prep classes – attained a cumulative grade point average of 3.4 for the 1st quarter!
To the Ohana at QLCC – you enabled us to conduct our bento sale, thank you so much. The staff of the Molokai Drive Inn and PJ Augustiro of Friendly Market Center – thank you for putting up with us, your assistance was tremendous. GT Auto Repair, Kaunakakai Auto Parts, Boy Demello, and Kalani and Holly Garces, thank you so much for your kindness. Our delivery boys – Andrew Gomes and Kalei Sasada, and Richard and Cecilia Ellertsen, you guys came through big time. Jerry and Linda Mina, Mike Sabas, Kathy Tachibana, Bobby Takeo, and Gary Teves – you guys have donated countless hours of your time to our community for decades. Thank you so much for everything – please fill out your booster club applications so you can be permanent members.
Mahalo coaches and players for being the role models that you are – indeed, you represent us well. Most of all, thank you to our community for allowing these girls to fulfill their potentials. The Lady Farmers will be representing us in the State Division II championship tournament October 28-30 on Oahu.
Go Lady Farmers!