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Tie-Dye Day

Location: Campus Center Plaza

Join the UH Hilo Student Activities Council for Tie Dye Day! Shirts, socks, and bags will be provided to tie dye.

Special Restrictions: Must present a valid UH Hilo student ID card. HawCC students, taking at least one UH Hilo class, must have an ID with a current UH Hilo/HawCC validation.

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

Tags: SAC Campus Center Tie Dye Student Activities Council

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