18 tons of snow falls on Momilani Elementary School (12/18/2017)

18 tons of snow falls on Momilani Elementary School (12/18/2017)
18 tons of snow falls on Momilani Elementary School (12/18/2017)
18 tons of snow falls on Momilani Elementary School (12/18/2017)
18 tons of snow falls on Momilani Elementary School (12/18/2017)
18 tons of snow falls on Momilani Elementary School (12/18/2017)
18 tons of snow falls on Momilani Elementary School (12/18/2017)
18 tons of snow falls on Momilani Elementary School (12/18/2017)
18 tons of snow falls on Momilani Elementary School (12/18/2017)
18 tons of snow falls on Momilani Elementary School (12/18/2017)
18 tons of snow falls on Momilani Elementary School (12/18/2017)
18 tons of snow falls on Momilani Elementary School (12/18/2017)
18 tons of snow falls on Momilani Elementary School (12/18/2017)
18 tons of snow falls on Momilani Elementary School (12/18/2017)
18 tons of snow falls on Momilani Elementary School (12/18/2017)
18 tons of snow falls on Momilani Elementary School (12/18/2017)
18 tons of snow falls on Momilani Elementary School (12/18/2017)
18 tons of snow falls on Momilani Elementary School (12/18/2017)
18 tons of snow falls on Momilani Elementary School (12/18/2017)
18 tons of snow falls on Momilani Elementary School (12/18/2017)
18 tons of snow falls on Momilani Elementary School (12/18/2017)

Momilani Elementary School held their annual Snow Day on Monday, December 18, 2017. The school became a Winter Wonderland after 18 tons of snow was dumped on the school grounds near the Momilani cafeteria.

Mahalo to Verne Santos, owner of B&C Truckling for donating his trucking service as well as 6 tons of snow. Monday’s snow drop marks 17 years in a row that Mr. Santos and his B&C Trucking Company has generously donated his trucking service and snow for the Momilani Elementary School students from preschool through grade 6 to enjoy with classmates.

Mahalo to Hui O Momilani (Momilani PTSO) who purchased an additional 6 tons this year to add to their annual 6 ton donation for a total of 12 tons of snow from the Hui O Momilani.

Photos by Barry Villamil | barry@mypearlcity.com