Original air date: September 12, 2013.
Farrington High School students Ismael Salameh and Malia Derden host a special compilation of past HIKI NŌ stories that focus on people helping people and other forms of community service. Included are: a report from Kealakehe High School on Hawaii Island about the Kona community pulling together to build homes for the needy via Habitat for Humanity; the story of a Kainalu Elementary student who, thanks to his Boy Scout training, saves the life of a choking friend by using the Heimlich Maneuver; a feature from Kapolei High School on Oahu about a young woman's public service campaign for high blood pressure awareness; Waianae High School's story about a family that pulls together to support it's matriarch's battle with Alzheimer's disease; a feature from Seabury Hall Middle School on Maui about a simple crafts program that positively impacts people on the opposite side of the globe; a story on Maryknoll School's annual student mission to Majuro; and a beach preservation project led by students from Kapolei High School.
Visit the HIKI NŌ page at: pbshawaii.org/hikino/index.php
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