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Hawaii high school students volunteer to mentor children to become less shy and more open

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    Anita Joram, 9, leaped down the stairs for a scavenger hunt.

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    Anita Joram and her mentor, Aileen Lieu, 17, shared a laugh at Palolo Elementary School.

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    Leilani Zbin, 18, right, talked with Caroline Kerat, 12, center, and Shaia Mafi, 10.

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    Sammi Babbs, center, sat with Joram, 9, left, and Joyfi Isakar, 8, as they decorated bags fora scavenger hunt.

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    Morine Piamon, 9, left, kept a ball in the air with T-Last Esah, 9, Roman Edward, 10, Grace Weisger, 16, and Caitlin Wong, 18.

The classroom at Palolo Elementary School resounded with a happy din as eight high school students and 11 fifth-graders assembled for their final after-school mentoring session. Read more

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