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Lei Day at Farrington

Today is Lei Day, but Farrington High School will celebrate with its first-ever evening performance of its annual May Day program from 7 to 8 p.m. Friday. The special event at the Kitamura Fieldhouse will honor the school’s 75th anniversary with a tribute to namesake Wallace Rider Farrington, who served as territorial governor from 1921 to 1929. Students from the T-Shirt Theater will offer an original performance before the 30-member Lei Day court celebrates the many ethnic groups that make up Farrington’s 2,500-plus students. Admission is $3; free for students, faculty and staff. Parking is available on campus.

 

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