Good Thursday Morning Sunrisers,
President Obama has finally started his vacation in Hawaii. Air Force One arrived at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam just before midnight. The presidential motorcade headed directly to the Kailua compound where the first family is staying.
Former Honolulu mayor Mufi Hannemann is ready to get back to work after his unsuccessful bid to become governor. He'll drop by our studio to discuss his new job as president of the Hawaii Hotel & Lodging Association.
Parents and teachers have been trying to save schools that could be closed due to declining enrollment. State officials have said the consolidations could save taxpayers big bucks. The assistant superintendent will weigh in on the controversy.
Cheerleaders from the Japan College Varsity All Star Team are here in Hawaii. They'll be performing at the Diamond Head Classic and the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl. They'll show off their dance routines in our studio.
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~ Lisa Kubota