Kay billed today’s get together as “small kine New Year, Stuck on Aloha oldies but goodies” with the objective to celebrate our friendship by sticking mochi together with a toast and pledge and commitment to stay together in support for PCHS.
Kay passe out a piece of mochi for each of us along with a wooden chopstick which we used to pound our mochi. We stuck our mochi together, made a toast, and downed each piece as part of our New Year, Stuck on Aloha stay together celebration.
We spent about 45 minutes telling stories and reminiscing of our fond memories and experiences that spanned over 50 years at PCHS. Mike first stepped on the brand new, under construction PCHS campus in 1971 when the school first opened with Kay following her one year later in 1972. I entered PCHS as a freshman in 1973.
I truly appreciated today’s opportunity to be included in the PCHS stick together ohana experience and I’m looking forward to next year’s special day.
Mahaloi Mike, Kay, Mel, and Ann. Love you guys!
Have a great weekend!
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