Our 70th Birthday Reunion…

Is now pau. Great times with everyone and hope everyone got home safely. Over the next few days, more photos will be published. Come back to relive the fun times.

2 thoughts on “Our 70th Birthday Reunion…

  1. Thank you to the reunion planning committee. It took a lot of their time and planning to put on another great reunion. It was great to see all and especially to see my Waiahole classmates (since barefoot days). Games were fun and thank you for the class gifts. Looking forward to the next reunion (maybe?)

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  2. ALOHA 🌸

    To ALL the MANY treasured classmates that challenged attending our 70th BD CHS’67 Reunion MAHALOS‼️Especially to Sarah Kihoi who days before came down from Maunakea with her only daughter to give birth at HOME just in time!! They continue to support TMT as respect to their kupuna’s and the Aina.
    Many classmates with health issues attended that encouraged me Deeply; Naomi Cruz, Cynthia Kee and too many to mention; CONGRATS it wouldn’t have been successfully without you!!
    BIG MAHALO to da BEST committee EVA; OMG they thought of “US” by having a terrific schedule & fabulous and FUN banquet PLUS the gift bags filled with precious items and 💰 was a wonderful surprise!!
    MAHALO to Ella who actually attends
    CHS ‘65-‘66-‘67 Reunions and said NO class can beat our programs and close unity in our ‘67 class🎊 Yea we’re Special lol.
    Ella has spent many hours promoting our reunion (lucky got portagee) and even carried all the ribbon leis and huge Special CHS’67 Banner.
    MAHALO Lenore for doing the behind scene work and supporting whateva was needed!!
    To ALL who made our CHS’67 a totally Victory🎉
    OMG Rudy you’re the BOMB as an emcee and so talented with our T-Shirts and all your accomplishments🙏
    The activities were a BLAST even my husband Shige enjoyed every moment & was impressed by our Celebration👍

    Aloha Mai kakou & see your all in good health please always be safe,
    Maaahaaalooo 🌈🌴🌺
    With Love 💙💛💝 Steph K

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