The Hawaiian Civic Club of Utah Valley, Jauwahi 'Anaina Hawaii, will hold its annual Holoku Pageant and Scholarship Benefit on Saturday, April 22, at Brigham Young University's Garden Court.

The evening's activities begin at 6:30 p.m. with hors d'oeuvres. At 7 p.m. guests will be served a prime rib dinner. The program begins at 8 p.m.The Holoku Pageant is a celebration of Hawaiian music and dance honoring the Hawaiian monarchy. This year in cooperation with the Kamehameha Schools Alumni Association Rocky Mountain Region, the civic club will honor Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, founder and benefactor of the Kamehameha Schools. As the primary beneficiary of the Princess Pauahi's estate, the schools have provided the highest quality academic and vocational training to young Hawaiian men and women for more than 100 years.

As recipients of the princess's educational legacy, alumni of the Kamehameha Schools living in the Intermountain area will come to Provo to join in the tribute.

The pageant program will feature Hawaiian music, traditional and contemporary Hawaiian dance, a special Founders Day alumni chorus and Holoku Fashion Show.

Tickets are $25, $10 of which is tax-deductible and goes to an education scholarship fund. For ticket information call 224-3850 or 374-5635.