Around February 17, over fifty people from different states arrived in Honolulu with a common goal for the week: to see HBA’s mission in action and to celebrate the school’s 65th anniversary.

These visitors, known collectively as the Mainland Advisor Council (MAC), have supported HBA through prayer and financial giving. For their first time, MAC members saw the new Learning Resource Center, and the Arts, Science and Technology Building, both which were built with funds raised separately from school fees. Over an evening service held at the Stan Sagert high school campus, MAC members joined the Hawaii HBA family in dedicating the new buildings and unveiling a donor wall.

See how MAC week went in this video.