We renewed old friendships and made new ones at a host of events and optional activities throughout the week, from forest bathing (pictured) and a beach clean-up to pickleball, dine-arounds and a family day at Kikila. Friday night’s “Punahou, Palaka and Pupu” party at the Abbotts’ home was a summer blockbuster, with a gathering of more than 170 guests.
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On behalf of the organizing committee for our big reunion, we want to express our sincere mahalo for voyaging home to Punahou, from wherever you are, both physically and emotionally, to celebrate.
It was a fantastic time together that was surrounded in fun and filled with lots of activities that led to reconnecting and much joy!
Just being together and reveling in our shared experiences that started at our amazing Punahou School made it beyond special. Read more...
E ho‘i hou i homelani, an original oil painting by classmate Lisa Morrett Reid Cole in honor of our 50th Reunion, was inspired by the Polynesian voyaging canoe Hokule‘a. The painting was auctioned to raise funds for our Class Fund. Giclee prints are available.