Prize winners from April Issue

May 15, 2012 10:42 am

Congratulations, April Fool’s winners!

Kevin Morimatsu, Hendricks Hicks, Hannah Carroll, Jill Butterbaugh and Ashley Sonoda were the first five students to correctly identify the April Fool’s story, “Pumpkin King Crowned,” in last month’s issue. They will each receive a $20 Starbucks gift card.

Thanks to all who entered!

by Ka ʻOhana
News Staff

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