WES students share their talents

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More than 300 parents, friends, family members, students and faculty attended Waimea Elementary School’s Summer Art &Song Fest Wednesday morning at Kahilu Town Hall. The children’s artwork was displayed while students received P.E. awards and performed nine songs in the choir during the program. A banquet lunch was served for all following the event.

More than 300 parents, friends, family members, students and faculty attended Waimea Elementary School’s Summer Art &Song Fest Wednesday morning at Kahilu Town Hall. The children’s artwork was displayed while students received P.E. awards and performed nine songs in the choir during the program. A banquet lunch was served for all following the event.

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