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Since the Part 1 of Yuriko’s Marathon Journal ran a number of classmates (6?) have decided to form a Punahou74 contingent at the 2018 Honolulu Marathon on December 9. How about you? Maybe Part 2 of Yuri’s story will motivate you to get moving.

Portland Marathon

Yuri Wellington January 11 ยทย MARATHON JOURNAL, Day 86

WOOHOO! I made it to 20,000 steps today – that’s 8 miles!
It was the longest walk so far, and puts me right on track to be ready to 26.4 miles on October 9 ๐Ÿ™‚
Still having issues with my knees and left foot and back, but it’s getting better, think perhaps some muscles are starting to develop – lol ๐Ÿ™‚
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I had hoped to manage a 10-mile walk before my birthday, but today was my “long walk” for this 2-week cycle, so… Still, I am happy with my progress ๐Ÿ™‚
271 days to Portland!

Yuri Wellington was celebrating this special day.

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So you think the Carnival was over when the clock struck 11 p.m. on Saturday, February 3? Well it wasn’t. Not if you lived in Southern California that is.

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And the Punahou74 blog is writing about this because … read on to find out!

The Punahou Alumni Association Southern California (PAASC) is one of the PAA’s regional chapters. It is the largest chapter outside of the state of Hawaii with more than 3,000 members living in Santa Barbara and to the south.

It’s an active chapter. Looking at its facebook page, it has regular events that include pau hanas, beach clean-ups, Hawaiian music concerts, and visits from the big guy (Dr. Scott). And, this year, there was a new event on the calendar, (more…)

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It’s finally here. Time to clue you all in on how to make your Punahou74 Carnival Day 2017 be an unreal experience.

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Hey Daddy-o! It’s time to get back to the 50’s at Punahou Carnival 2017. Here Cliff Halevi and Cathy Kam Ho have some fun while working the Punahou74 malasada shift during Punahou Carnival 2016.

The Checklist

First thing: Get to Carnival. Check out this post for Everything you Need to Know about the 2017 Punahou Carnival for information about parking, prices, white elephant, and most importantly, a map of the carnival grounds. Because …

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So you’ve left work early, navigated the parking challenge, experienced The Ultimate Malasada Sugar Rush while you worked your Punahou74 Carnival shift and … time’s up. Shift’s done. You’re out of there. See ya next year…maybe. The party may not be over!

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“Rewinding the Time” after the 2016 Punahou Carnival at the Sidestreet Inn (Hopaka Street) are (L-R) Lee Ann Nicolay, Landis Lum, Tammy Yee (Mike’s wife), Lynne Gartley Meyer, Mike Yee, Mike Mikasa, Cliff Halevi, Catherine Tompkison, and Ian Sandison.

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While the Jose Feliciano song may be known for its macaronic verse, there was a singularity of the language spoken at this, Punahou74’s final kanreki celebration of the year.

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Carrie Chang Talwar was welcomed with open arms back into the Punahou74 fold. Pictured with her are Sheree Lum Orsi, Leslie Ching Allen, and Monica DelPiano Campanis.

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Thanks to Gaye Miyasaki for another get-together opportunity to celebrate our 60th birthdays.

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Jose’s is the place. Be there or be square (estar alli o ser cuadrado)!

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Thanks aplenty again to Punahou74 and your wonderful work at Ewa Malasadas for the 2016 Punahou Carnival.

Triples Malasadas

Tom Farrell, Haven Young Rafto, and Lisa Matsumoto Nakamura are three of the Punahou74 Malasada Team.

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