Posts Tagged ‘Malasada’

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!


“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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Are you up to the challenge? Join with Punahou74 classmates–and others–as we pursue The Ultimate Malasada Super Rush at Punahou Carnival 2017.


Always room for you! Mary Madinger Balding, Babs Miyano Young, Lynne Obatake Yorita, and Lee Ann Nicolay enjoy a mini reunion while working at Punahou Carnival 2016.


The Ultimate Malasada Sugar Rush? What’s that you say?

Easy. It’s that (more…)

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As promised, a list of those who so generously donated their time to Punahou74’s great malasada booth effort at the 2016 Punahou School Carnival. MAHALO PLENTY! We couldn’t have done it without each and every one of you!

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Cynthia Proskefalas Dell, Lisa Matsumoto Nakamura, and Lisa Yamaguchi Bowden smiling despite all of their hard work. What troopers!


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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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The time is nigh. Punahou Carnival opens tomorrow. Time for the Punahou74 shift at Ewa Malasadas.

Here are a few quick reminders to get you ready for our shift:

  • Check in is at 4:45 p.m.

    Coffee with that?

    DO YOU WANT COFFEE WITH THAT? Proper malasada booth worker attire. “Love” the hat.

  • Check out is at 8:00 p.m.
  • Wear closed toe shoes. (Just like when we went on field trips in Winne.)
  • Bring a hat or enjoy the booth’s haute couture paper version.
  • Sleeves needed! (Aren’t we a little old for tank tops anyway? Perhaps a Punahou74 shirt instead?)

You will have the opportunity to purchase up to (more…)

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Don’t mean to brag, but this is really everything you need to know. And, honestly, if it isn’t, let me know and I’ll do my best to get you an answer.

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Dates and Times

February 5 and 6, 2016. 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily on the lower Punahou School campus.

Weather Forecast

Sure the Carnival’s famous for its rain and mud. In fact, (more…)

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One word for the work that Punahou74 did at the 2015 Punahou Carnival: SWEET!

GleasonWhile sharing of the malasada tent this year with Punahou70 meant that Punahou74 was fewer in number, the enthusiasm felt during our shift was as strong as ever. To paraphrase Jackie Gleason, “How sweet it was!”

We had one newbie in attendance: (more…)

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