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Celebrating 75 Years for Molokai High School

MHS 75th Anniversary Committee News Release

It’s hard to believe Molokai High School (MHS) has been educating young minds for 75 years. MHS has transformed through the years — our kupuna remember raising swine and growing crops. Today still known as the Farmers, MHS continues to perpetuate its long standing motto.

In commemorating this wonderful achievement of 75 years, MHS will be celebrating its anniversary starting May 22-26 on campus the grounds. We’re creating a family fun-filled weekend for all to enjoy.

Registration on campus will be Thursday, May 22 from 8 a.m. till 2 p.m. Friday May 23 is also the commencement exercise of the graduating class of 2014, gymnasium doors to open at 4 p.m, to be followed by a ho`olaulea starting at 6 p.m. hosted by the classes of 1993 and 1980, in the MHS Sporting Field.

That night will be filled with music, local entertainment, contest for kupuna and youngsters alike — we’re planning to walk you down memory lane. We’ve got the following space available for those interested: food, craft, jewelry, games and new clothing vendor booths.

We’ve left no stone unturned are on the look for contestants to our Molokai’s Got Talent contest for all ages, from cute as a button, to our magnificent and daring kupuna. We’re also looking for class spirit competition, so bring it on!

Other activities of the weekend will include digging up a time capsule from 25 years ago, a parade Saturday morning, Molokai’s very first Kendama contest, a lu`au in the Barn, and more. Stay tuned for details to follow.

With more planning of great activities to come, we encourage all to register early. Online can be done by visiting: molokai75th.weebly,com or molokaihighschool.weebly.com  email us at mhs75th@gmail.com for more information. For information regarding the Ho`olaulea and reserving a vending booth or info/applications  please contact: Sammi D Kaai Calairo (’93) at skaaicalairo@gmail.com. Registration: Nanette Napoleon Grambusch (808)213-4540 and Berna Negrillo Puhi (808) 567-6950 ext. 279; (’78) Parade Registration Lyndell Deluna Corpus 808-213-5343; Luau, T-Shirt and Accommodations Meloday English Alcon (’74) 808-336-0055, Kapua Alcon Balbas (’95) 808-336-0545, Kathleen Lee (’84) 808-646-0546 (’64) 808-553-5083.


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