KIF schools score big from Kraft Foods, Times

HANAPEPE — The Kauai Interscholastic Federation and its participating high school athletic programs were big winners Saturday during the Waimea High School Homecoming game at Hanapepe Stadium.

On the final regular season game of the KIF football season, Gerald Shintaku of Kraft Foods in Hawaii, was joined by Royden Yamamoto, Times Supermarkets district manager, in presenting a check for $44.674.06 KIF representatives.

The presentation total represents the four Kauai high schools’ total portion of $250,000 in the Shop and Score Program, said Ms. Joyce Evens, announcing the details of the presentation.

“The ‘Shop and Score Program’ plays an important role in helping to provide athletic uniforms and equipment to Hawaii high school student athletes,” Evens said. “Kraft Foods Group in Hawaii, with the support of co-sponsors Times Supermarkets, Big Save Stores, Nabisco, Jubilee Paper Products, the Sports Line Co., Adidas, Pepsi, Kimberly Clark, Dreyer’s, American Savings Bank, Midweek, Kellogg’s, Quaker, Roman Meal, Conagra Foods, Sterling Silver Meats, Darigold, Reckitt Benckiser, and Paramount Export Produce hosted the 13th annual Shop and Score Program.”

Since the program started, the Shop and Score Program has contributed more than $1.25 million to Hawaii high school athletic programs.

Each of the participating schools will receive a share of $250,000 worth of athletic uniforms and equipment, courtesy of Adidas.


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