18 Tons of Frosty Fun, Momilani Elementary Snow Day 2019

Thursday morning, for the nineteenth year in a row, a heavy snow flurry of winter powder dropped on the Momilani Elementary School campus. A total of 18 tons of snow flowed onto the parking lot near the school cafeteria. B and C Trucking dropped the first 9 tons at around 8:15am followed by another drop at 8:45am.Grades K-6 enjoyed taking turns playing in the snow with classmates throughout the day.

Mahalo to B and C Trucking owner Verne Santos who annually donates 6 tons of snow as well as his trucking service to haul the total 18 ton load of snow. Also, mahalo to Momilani Elementary and Hui O Momilani who also donate 6 tons each.

Thursday was another fantastic opportunity for Momilani Elementary School students to enjoy and experience snow this Christmas season. Thank you to Principal Doreen Higa for leading the way in making the spirit of Christmas fill the air at Momilani Elementary.

Merry Christmas and Happy Ho;lidays!

Photo by Barry Villamil | barry@mypearlcity.com

The first of 2 - 9 ton loads of snow was dropped onto the school cafeteria parking lot

by B nand C Trucking driver Allen Carrancho at around 8:15am Thursday morning

Photo by Barry Villamil | barry@mypearlcity.com

Photo by Barry Villamil | barry@mypearlcity.com

Photo by Barry Villamil | barry@mypearlcity.com

Photo by Barry Villamil | barry@mypearlcity.com

Pictured: (Front row) Momilani Elementary students; (Back row R-L) Momilani Elementary

Counselor Lance Nishihara, B and C Trucking owner Verne Santos, son Cody,

B and C driver Allen Carrancho, and Momilani Elementary Vice-Principal Garrett Arakawa.

 

Momilani Elementary students presented B and C Trucking owner Verne Santos

and his crew with a Christmas gift basket and goodies. The students pictured,

along with their classmates were the first to play and have fun in the snow on Thursday.

 

Photo by Barry Villamil | barry@mypearlcity.com

Principal Doreen Higa thanks B and C Trucking driver

Allen Carrancho for delivering the first 9 tons of snow.

Photo by Barry Villamil | barry@mypearlcity.com