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Ma'ema'e Masks

Hi Ma'ema'e Families,

The PTSA is excited to announce that we have Ma'ema'e masks available. Most of us hope that we will not have to wear masks soon however, we all know that it may be another year that we will have to for safety. There are two types of masks available for purchase at https://maemae-ptsa.myshopify.com/ for $9 each. See below for details. Remember, depending on the amount your child raises for the Dolphin Dash fundraiser and upon completion of the Dolphin Dash Challenge, they may receive these masks as prizes. Masks will be distributed at the beginning of May.

Mask 1 Ma`ema`e Yellow Mask.pdf (youth & adult sizes): We have partnered with Five Birdies to produce yellow Ma'ema'e masks. They three-ply and have an inner non-woven filter; for maximum protection do not reverse the mask. The material is 100% Drytech Polyester and can be washed and air dried. Masks should be snug against the face, covering the nose and mouth. If the mask is loose, we recommend tying a small knot on each of the elastic bands to adjust for sizing.

Mask 2 The Best of Ma`ema`e Roblox Mask.pdf (youth sizes only): The 5th grade class voted on a RoBlox theme and to stick to the Family Night tradition they held a design contest. Typically we do t-shirts but, we have decided to do face masks. There are only a limited amount of the RoBlox masks so please order them quickly. If you have any questions please contact Terri Miller at keoniterri@gmail.com.

Thank you, Terri Miller PTSA

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