Bank supports school’s creative arts center

First Hawaiian Bank President and Chief Executive Bob Harrison recently presented Seabury Hall Headmaster Joe Schmidt and Trustee Zadoc Brown Jr. with a check for $60,000 for the school’s new ‘A’ali’ikuhonua Creative Arts Center.

The center was built to provide Seabury Hall students and faculty a home for its arts curriculum and also offer the community a venue to host events, concerts and gatherings, according to a news release.

Acknowledging First Hawaiian Bank’s 30-year affiliation with the school, Schmidt said, “We are very grateful for the relationship we have with First Hawaiian Bank over the years and their continued support of education at Seabury Hall and the greater Hawaiian community.”