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‘Alalā naming contest begins online Monday, April 9, 2018

In Mrs. Wines’ fifth grade classroom at Connections Charter School recently, 21 students were hard at work drawing pictures of ʻAlalā, the Hawaiian crow that’s been extinct in the wild for nearly two decades.

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First Lady Michelle Obama and Epicurious Editor Tanya Steel listen as 12-year-old Haile Thomas, last year's recipe winner from Arizona, introduces Mrs. Obama during the Kids' State Dinner in the East Room of the White House, July 9, 2013. (Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson)

First Lady Michelle Obama hosts Healthy Lunchtime Challenge recipe contest

First Lady Michelle Obama is teaming up with Epicurious, the Department of Education, and the Department of Agriculture to host the third-annual Healthy Lunchtime Challenge recipe contest. Kids ages 8-12, with the help of their parents, can take part in the challenge by sending in original lunch recipes that are healthy, affordable, and tasty!

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Students at Kuhio School in Honolulu participate in the kick-off of the 'Paint the Plane' contest by Alaska Airlines.

Alaska Airlines holds ‘Paint the Plane’ contest for Hawaii students

The student with the winning submission will get his or her design painted on an Alaska Airlines aircraft, a trip for four to any Alaska Airlines destination and a $5,000 scholarship.

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In Celebration of Bike Month, The Hawaii Safe Routes to School Hui announces a “Make it Safe for Me” to ride my bike or walk to school poster contest open to public, private, or home-schooled kindergarten through twelfth grade students. Twelve prizes will be awarded along with a grand prize and an honorable mention.

Safe Routes to School poster contest now open

In Celebration of Bike Month, The Hawaii Safe Routes to School Hui announces a “Make it Safe for Me” to ride my bike or walk to school poster contest open to public, private, or home-schooled kindergarten through twelfth grade students. Twelve prizes will be awarded along with a grand prize and an honorable mention.

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The 2010 NASA Moon Work engineering design challenge seeks to motivate college students by giving them first-hand experience with the process of developing new technologies. To participate in the contest, students will submit their original design for tools or instruments that can help astronauts live and work on the moon. Top-ranked students will be offered a chance to intern with a team from NASA's Exploration Technology Development Program.

Moon work design contest offers NASA internships to winners

The 2010 NASA Moon Work engineering design challenge seeks to motivate college students by giving them first-hand experience with the process of developing new technologies. To participate in the contest, students will submit their original design for tools or instruments that can help astronauts live and work on the moon. Top-ranked students will be offered […]

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With over 90,000 out of the nearly 290,000 votes cast, the winner of this year’s What Book Got You Hooked? campaign is Hawaii! Congratulations to the Aloha State!

Hawaii keiki win 50,000 new books from First Book contest

With over 90,000 out of the nearly 290,000 votes cast, the winner of this year’s What Book Got You Hooked? campaign is Hawaii! Congratulations to the Aloha State!

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Currently Hawaii is in first place but needs people to keep voting as the voting is open until September 30. First Book asks visitors to share the memory of the books that made them readers and then vote for the state to receive 50,000 new books from First Book, helping to get more kids hooked on reading.

Past winners include Oklahoma in 2007 and Kentucky in 2008, with each state receiving 50,000 new books for children in need.

Hawaii needs votes to win 50,000 books for keiki

Currently Hawaii is in first place but needs people to keep voting as the voting is open until September 30. First Book asks visitors to share the memory of the books that made them readers and then vote for the state to receive 50,000 new books from First Book, helping to get more kids hooked […]

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Only 3 more days until voting ends!

Vote until 11:59 p.m. EDT September 16th on your favorite video and help decide the winner of the Flu.gov PSA contest. The winner gets $2,500 and will be featured on national television. See Contest Details

2009 Flu Prevention PSA Contest – Voting ends soon!

Only 3 more days until voting ends! Vote until 11:59 p.m. EDT September 16th on your favorite video and help decide the winner of the Flu.gov PSA contest. The winner gets $2,500 and will be featured on national television. See Contest Details

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On-line and at the September 19th Film Festival

It’s a wrap! This summer, students from Ocean View to Kaimu produced videos that reflect their perspectives on Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park.

The Digital Mountain ’09: It’s My Park! (DM•IX) engaged and equipped youth with digital media skills, while strengthening their park ties.

Vote for Digital Mountain 2009: It’s My Park People’s Choice Award

On-line and at the September 19th Film Festival It’s a wrap! This summer, students from Ocean View to Kaimu produced videos that reflect their perspectives on Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park. The Digital Mountain ’09: It’s My Park! (DM•IX) engaged and equipped youth with digital media skills, while strengthening their park ties.

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Surfers shredded the stormy swells before the arrival of Tropical Cyclone Felicia Sunday (Aug 9).

Quiksilver/ Kamaaina Nissan Big Island Pro-Am Surfing at Honolii

Surfers shredded the stormy swells before the arrival of Tropical Cyclone Felicia Sunday (Aug 9).

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25th Annual Quiksilver/ Kamaaina Nissan Big Island Pro-Am Surfing Trials

25th Annual Quiksilver/ Kamaaina Nissan Big Island Pro-Am Surfing Trials

CONTRIBUTORS: Quiksilver Sportswear, KamaainaMotors, KWXX FM, Big Rock Color Works, Freestyle USA, Natural Pacific Tofu, Orchid Land Surfboards, Da Kine Hawaii, Reef World, Kappa Productions, Hawaiian Arts, Manta, Elemenohpee, Kilauea Webworks, Kosmic Cones, Honoli’I Surf Company, Mari-Lynn Video, Café Pesto, Basically Books, Arnette Sunglasses, , Honoli’I Paka, Big Island Resource Conservation & Development Council CONTEST […]

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Hawaii Nei 2009: Art contest celebrates native species

Hawaii Nei 2009: Art contest celebrates native species

The Department of Land and Natural Resources’ Natural Area Reserves System, the Volcano Art Center Gallery, and the Three Mountain Alliance watershed partnership are proud to present the first juried art exhibition on the island of Hawai‘i celebrating our native flora and fauna. This exhibition is open to all residents of Hawai‘i County. Amateur and […]

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Cosmic Poster Contest deadline approaching

Cosmic Poster Contest deadline approaching

Celebrate the International Year of Astronomy (IYA) 2009 with your style! Cosmic Poster Contest The Universe: Yours to Discover For K-12 students on the Big Island of Hawai`i

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Web site offering tuition contest

MEDIA RELEASE / PRWEB LONE TREE, Colo. — WhatAreKidsSaying.com, a Web site for kids and teens, announces it is going to pay the college tuition of the first three members of its Web site to reach 50,000 points. WhatAreKidsSaying.com, founded by University of Michigan graduate and former NFL linebacker Ian Gold offers kids and teens […]

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