If you missed your chance to volunteer Punahou74’s recent Community Day at Lanakila all is not lost. Why? Because it’s time for the Punahou Carnival. Guess what? Volunteers like you are needed!
If it’s January it’s time for the annual appeal for Punahou74 volunteers for the Ewa Malasada tent. Can you help out?
The theme tag line this year pays homage to Punahou School’s 175th anniversary: “Rewind the Time: the Punahou Journey.” That fits right in for Carnival volunteering … because during one shift you’ll find that there’s plenty of time to rekindle old acquaintances!
Once again we will be sharing the tent with members of the Punahou School class of 1970. They were a great bunch to work with last year and I am sure they will be there in force again. Thankfully, because this is a joint effort, I only have to beg 25 of you to come forward to get your hands doughy.
But … Nancy Dew Metcalf is again our fearless leader and she tells me that she still needs 20 more volunteers. Come on guys. She started asking a week ago and we can do better than this. Why, because we have to! Those malasadas don’t get made by themselves!
Can you help out?
Who: Punahou74 classmates, spouses, family, and friends
What: Ewa Malasada Shift
When: Friday, February 5, 2016 from 4:45 pm to 8 pm
Where: Ewa Malasada booth–between Pauahi and Montague Halls
Why: Because we are the great Punahou class of 1974!
To let us know of your coming please comment on this blog or email Nancy Dew Metcalf.
Oh, and don’t forget to bring your covered shoes. Yes, I know you can “rewind the time” but let’s not have our feet go back to those halcyon barefoot days of elementary school!
Let us know ASAP. Mahalo plenty to all and hope to see you in the tent on February 5.