Monday, November 17, 2014

Campus Disciples Pursue Religious Fellowship

The Black and Gold 1976

Campus Disciples Pursue Religious Fellowship, Local and World Concerns

 Providing counseling and information to students on the living God and the teachings of Jesus, was the primary purpose of the McKINLEY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP CLUB. Through Bible studies and fellowship encounters, they brought deeper insight into religion to all its members. Activities included a Halloween party, picnics and an array of service projects. Senior Derek Lee served as president and Mrs. Rose Ho, as adviser.

 Lending their services to better the community, McKinley's LEO CLUB provided students with the opportunity to gain leadership, cooperation in work or play, and a chance to meet other Leo Club members from various schools. Members engaged in a wide scale of activities such as working amidst the smoke and fire of the charcoal grills to help in a fund-raising huli huli chicken sale for the Ala Moana Lions, washing and scrubbing cars to raise money for a Christmas party for the Deaf and Blind, and participating in the January District 50 Leo Club Camp at Erdman.

 'You and I': Present Needs, Changing Future' was the theme for the PACIFIC AND ASIAN AFFAIRS COUNCIL. A part of the UH College of Continuing Education, the club aimed at developing international understanding among Hawaii's youth and citizens. A mini-conference in November, along with McKinley's PAAC corporated Kaimuki, Kailua and Roosevelt High Schools at the Kaimuki Library in November. Visitation by foreign students at the East West Center provided a means of sharing different cultural aspects as topic discussions. The McKinley chapter also joined in a county and state wide conference in April.

McKinley High School Class of 1977
40th Reunion Summer 2017

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