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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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When the final figures were in, 1973 Punahou Carnival receipts exceeded 1972’s by more than 11% and set a new all-time record. Won’t you help today’s juniors enjoy a similar positive outcome by working at the Punahou74 shift at this year’s Carnival?

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Pictured here checking in for his 2012 Punahou74 Carnival Shift, Ralph Aona is still leading classmates in their carnival work.

Punahou Carnival 1973 had its share of noteworthy changes: a new 11:30 start and stop time; booth rearrangement due to construction of the Sullivan Administration building; the appearance of a babysitting service to enable parents to browse with both hands free.

Despite all of the changes, Punahou Carnival 1973 had something in common with all Punahou Carnivals: Work … and plenty of fun. But, led by our able co-chairs Marie Mookini and Ralph Aona, how could we have missed setting a standard for others to follow?

The result of Punahou74’s efforts was reported in the February 23, 1973 edition of Ka Punahou as follows: (more…)

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