Mahalo Nui Loa to all Our Supporters

Mahalo Nui Loa to all our friends, families & supporters for making the Not Even Once Mural Project (NEOMP) Fall 2014  possible!  Special thanks to Hawaii Meth Project for believing in us and for all your efforts.  We are happy to announce that we are in the planning stages for NEOMP Spring 2015!




Many thanks to Principal Pauline Masaniai and Vice Principal Ikaika Plunkett of Kahuku High and Intermediate who invited us to paint the fourth and final mural (9 feet x 20 feet) of this first year of the Not Even Once Mural Project (NEOMP)!

Known as “The Pride of the North Shore”, Kahuku High and Intermediate, was founded in 1897 and has an enrollment of nearly 1,500 students. This mural of the Fall 2014 NEOMP series is unique because:

  • This mural was executed on an interior wall rather than an exterior one. It can be found inside the cafeteria where students enter at least twice a day.
  • The theme of this mural is team spirit, which is why the two characters are wearing clothing and accessories with the letter K, representing Kahuku.

We are happy to announce that the Not Even Once Mural Project will continue in 2015!

If you are interested in having your school or youth center host a Not Even Once mural, please contact me. Join the seven other facilities and schools already on board with new murals on their campus at no cost to your school or youth center! Just like a kind, Kahuku custodian reported to us regarding student response to the new mural once it was completed: “Only positive things” – that’s what these murals can do for you!

We are grateful for the support we received from Turtle Bay Resort, Alana Hong Eagle & Joelle and Hawaii Meth Project for this mural in Oahu.


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