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SAC Tie Dye or Not Tie Dye

Location: Campus Center Plaza

Love tie dye? Hereʻs your chance to tie dye anything and everything! the UH Hilo Student Activities Council is hosting a tie dye event for students to come tie dye anything from shirts to socks to headbands and bandanas. SAC will provide t-shirts and students are also welcome to bring anything of their own to dye. Come join SAC and brighten your wardrobe with super fun colors!

Special Restrictions: Must have a valid UH Hilo student ID to tie dye and to get free t-shirt.

For more information, contact: uhhsac@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7374

Tags: SAC Campus Center Tie Dye Student Activities Council

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