Honorary sorority awards $7,000 in scholarships

Anjenette Rabe

In light of the COVID-19 situation, the Hawaii Alpha Delta Kappa Gamma Chapter awarded more scholarships this year. The total amount awarded was $7,000 that went to seven students of the Maui public schools, Class of 2020.

The recipients of the scholarships were Anjenette Rabe from Lahainaluna, Lannie Hisashima from King Kekaulike and from Maui High School: Kylie Ginoza, Kamila Hera, Alana Motley, Dane Payba, and Breanna Marie Taguchi.

Rabe and Hera will both be attending the University of Hawaii Maui Campus.

Ginoza will be going to the University of Utah, and has plans on becoming a dermatologist. Motley will be attending Boston University, majoring in economics with hopes of becoming an economic policy analyst.

Taguchi will be attending Oregon State University to study business with an emphasis in marketing. Hisashima will be attending the University of Portland and dreams of becoming a teacher like her mother.

Kamila Hera

Payba will be attending the University of California Los Angeles this fall, majoring in computer science and engineering.

Founded in 1947, Alpha Delta Kappa is an international honorary sorority for women educators. Members are dedicated to improving education and the teaching profession, increasing world understanding through cultural exchanges, and making a difference in their communities through volunteer services.

Kylie Ginoza

Alana Motley

Marie Taguchi

Lannie Hisashima

Dane Payba


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