Reunion meeting number three started with classmates signing of the first of the 40th reunion letters …
1. to exert oneself vigorously; try hard:
The Punahou74 Reunion Committee strove hard to plan the 40th reunion events for Punahou School’s most wonderful class.
2. to make strenuous efforts toward a goal: to strive for success.
Did you receive your letter in the mail today? I did! It’s your official notice that the Punahou74 40th reunion is on its way.
Hope you didn’t throw it away!
If you did you missed some good information: a letter signed by several of your classmates (one of my signers said he was a secret admirer!! 🙂 ) and lots of other good, useful information. Please pay attention to it all! As the letter says, “E komo mai. Please come to reunion.”
The letters were signed while we all sat around the table in the Sullivan Boardroom. Lots of talk about, “I’ve never signed my name so much!” But the resulting carpal tunnel syndrome was all for a good cause. And the occasional bite of caramel cut kept up the energy for the effort.
Letters signed, fun over, it was time for the third meeting. Much of the time was discussing the location for the Friday party. Where may it be? To find out, please read about it in the minutes here.