Duke's Beach House honored the winners of its second annual holiday T-shirt design contests at its fourth anniversary party.
Duke's named Stephanie Lawless of Lahainaluna High School as the winner in the adult contest.
Julie Rasos of Maui High School was the Facebook fan favorite.
Nyla Nobriga of Princess Nahienaena Elementary School was selected as the winner of the keiki contest.
Lawless received $300 and an engraved award, and her design was produced as a limited-edition holiday adult T-shirt. Rasos received $300 and an engraved award.
Nobriga was awarded a $100 restaurant voucher and $500 for her school. Lynn Kaho'ohalohalo, principal of Princess Nahienaena, accepted the check on behalf of the school.
"We were thrilled with the overwhelming response to both T-shirt design contests," said Logo and Sportswear Manager Lauren Kiek. "The designs submitted were so creative, and we were so happy to be able to recognize our winners and finalists at our 4th anniversary party."
The holiday T-shirts are available for purchase at Duke's.
Honorable-mention keiki winners each received $25 vouchers for the restaurant: Neysha Fuentes and Jack Regula of Sacred Hearts School, Kai Claydon of Princess Nahienaena, Raeven Bala of Kahului Elementary School, Sofia Micci of Montessori Hale O Keiki, Cael Yasutake of King Kamehameha III Elementary School, and Jacob Metz and Kalia Kapisi of Kalama Intermediate School.