BYU-Hawaii grads urged to learn, share

Brigham Young University-Hawaii graduates were urged during fall semester commencement ceremonies Dec. 14 to commit themselves to a philosophy of lifelong learning, gratitude for opportunities, and sharing with others.

BYU-Hawaii Pres. Alton L. Wade presided at the program in which 94 graduates were honored. Utah State University Pres. Stanford Cazier gave the graduation address.Honolulu police officer Leighton Kaonohi, better known in Oahu public and private schools as "Officer Honolulu," received BYU-Hawaii's Distinguished Community Service Award for 1991. He was lauded by Pres. Wade for his innovative, far-reaching and important educational services to Hawaii's youth, encouraging them to avoid illegal drugs in their schools and communities. (See Church News, Sept. 28, 1991.)

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