If there is one thing that we Punahou ’74ers learned at reunion it is this: getting together every five years is not enough. We have to do this more often. Fortunately, through the miracle of modern technology, keeping in touch has never been so easy.
For regular visitors to this blog, you know how these posts can help you keep up with classmates as well as Punahou School, its history, and our impact on it. But there is so much more to celebrate, and in so many more venues.
Have you reconnected by …
1. Following @punahou74 on Twitter? It’s the place for tweets about Punahou74 and other Punahou related items of interest. It’s here that you’ll be notified of blog posts when they occur. There are also feeds of athletic events to let you cheer on the buff n’ blue wherever you are.
2. Becoming a facebook friend. Do you know that there are well over 100 classmates using this tool right now? Become one of them by searching for “Punahou Class of 1974.” Shy or want to operate incognito? No problem. Just friend Lynne Gartley Galluzzi Meyer, our class webmaster, to receive class updates as she makes them.
3. Reading the Punahou Bulletin. Nancy Dew Metcalf faithfully compiles and produces our class notes for every issue. Let her know what you’ve been doing and you just might see yourself in print. Her contact information is given in the Bulletin or send in your updates to Punahou School.
4. Writing to email@example.com. That’s our class email address and Grand Central Station when you need help and don’t know where to start. Let us know how you want to keep in touch!
So, with so many ways to stay in touch, there’s now no excuse for not being a part of the fun. Come join us! It’s a long time until our next reunion in 2014 so why wait?