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50 Year Reunion Announcement!
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2017 - 6:00 pm
Marriott Resort Laie
Regarding our 50th class reunion. We've decided to hold our reunion in Laie next year 2017 the month of September dates Thursday 21st until Monday September 25th. Details are Thursday we meet to pick up t-shirsts/collect monies for picnic and t-shirts, take pictures, catch up with each other, reconnect etc.
Friday we have our picnic then attend a football game, hopefully it's a homecoming game. Saturday we meet at BYU cafeteria for another catch up talk story have lunch, that night we have our banquet dinner at Polynesian Cultural Center for their dinner and show or just dinner. FYI if The game is on Saturday we will switch Friday & Saturday's schedule. On Sunday we attend church or for those with families can visit with them or we can go shopping/swap meet or go to the beach, like a free day. Monday we meet again and plan our next reunion, maybe make plans to go to Vegas. Several of us have been doing that for the past 4/5 years. Say our good-byes.
Lastly 8 of us have made arrangements to go on a Canada and New England Cruise. WE want to invite all of you to come and join us. We want to end our 50th reunion with a Big Bang, make it spectacular.
I joined the US Army "All Hawaii Company" in July '67. Along with several classmates(Ivan Keoho, Billy DeSilva, Thomas Morasco). We took Basic Training at Fort Ord, California. In September of '87 I hung up my jump boots and joined the working world of government contracting. By this time the world had change dramatically I could actually use skills carried over from the service to at least make a decent living. I could not believe how security conscience the world had become so I applied the only skill that I knew very well. I did some work for the Department of State. I found out that I was not very well suited for diplomacy, I just truly believed that a bigger gun along with high explosives settled minor disagreements a lot better than talking. Some agreed but most did not so I went to work where I did not have to argue with anyone or have conflicts and difference of opinion which was not difficult to find as the question of safety and travel often became a topic of discussion. Personal protection paid the bills at least until I moved back to my old haunts at Fort Bragg, NC. All those young Lieutenants and Captains I knew a long time ago were now policy making Generals. I got a job on Post just prior to 911. Seven years later I decided for health reasons to retire for good. My family wants me to go back to school and take life easy. I do want to personally thank all who were involved in setting up the reunion, that was the best time ever. My wife and I had so much fun meeting and greeting old classmates. Thank you one and all for the great time in Vegas.
Kahuku has always been a place of families and friends, to all my family I wish you happy holidays and surely I look forward to seeing you all at future reunions.
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