St. Joseph alumni luau to feature country artist
In addition to delicious food catered by David Kamau, St. Joseph High School’s class of 1963 Golden Graduates and other guests are in for a special treat listening to the music of Chet DeCambra at the upcoming alumni luau.
Born and raised on the Big Island into a very musical family, Chet made his first TV appearance on Hawaii Superkids at the age of 10 and has grown into a well-known island entertainer, as well as an accomplished recording artist. He has played with people like Dave Gibson and Daisy Dern from Nashville and many local recording artists. In 2011 he landed five of his songs within the Top 10 on the Internet Radio Country Charts and is today, Hawaii’s No. 1 Country Artist.
The annual alumni luau, which welcomes everyone, will happen at the YMCA in Hilo on Lanikaula Street across from the University of Hawaii at Hilo on May 25, beginning at 5 p.m. with socializing, a program at 5:30 p.m. and dinner at 6 p.m. There will also be a raffle and live auction in addition to great food and music. Tickets are $35 and are available from Jean Alves, ticket sales chair, at 938-9283 or the school business office at 935-8443.
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