Tuesday, August 5, 2014
Several '61 classmates attended the A Touch of Iolani alumni event held on Saturday August 2, 2014. Pictured are Milt Oshiro, Ken Nakasone, Bob Mumper, Lincoln Tokumoto, Tom Campbell, Jim Miyashiro and Warren Ho. Great food, great conversation, great time!
Thursday, June 5, 2014
Friday, May 23, 2014
Francis Wong ('61) and Walter Fo ('62) at the April 2014 United States Tennis Association Nationals Championship in Surprise, Arizona for players 55 years and older. Francis said that his team, Cataract & Vision Center of Hawaii, did very well even though they did not place in the top 4. However he reports that they were competitive against much younger players and that this event was fun with lasting memories.
Just a note: As I shuffled on my Sunday morning trek in Kahala this morning 5-25-14, I ran into Walter Fo ('62). He said that 17 teams from sections all over the country made it to the National Championships. The 17 teams were broken into 4 groups. The team that Walter and Francis played on were in the group of 5 and they made it through two rounds. lf they made it through the 3d round, they would have played in the semi-finals. Walter also said that for the first time, guys aged 55 to 59 were eligible to play in this competitions. Considering the fact that Francis's and Walter's team had two 80 years olds and at least one 70 year old playing makes this accomplishment all the more impressive.
Francis Wong attended the May 21, 2014 Iolani Pau Hana at the Sullivan Center. Also pictured (left to right) are Walter Muraoka ('62), Sherri Tapper ('90) of Iolani Alumni Relations and and Pat Tom ('62).
Francis Wong …April 14, 2014
On Emmett's birthday..I attended from about 4 to 6 pm even though the event went from 4 to 10 pm. It was a blast with an excellent dinner provided!!
Emmett had at least one table of actors and supporting cast from Showboat for which Emmett is Musical Director. Judy, of course, and their youngest daughter (from New York) were there.
When I was there, classmates included Milton Oshiro and wife, Mark Hayashi and wife, Tom Wong and Rodney Chun. No doubt other classmates came after I left.
Andre Dulce….May 19 , 2014
My wife, Allison, and I met with Elliott & Linda Lum who lives in Carlsbad, CA. We were in California and we met them at Hapa’s Hawaiian Restaurant in San Clemente. Had a nice lunch with them in March. Just emailed me and said that his home was not affected by the fire in Southern California – cool!
We also met with Dave & Corrine Dumas, who lives in Tillamook, Oregon which is about 82 miles from Portland. We have another home in downtown Portland and met with them for dinner this past weekend. They are enjoying their beautiful custom home on the Trask River – Tillamook and their quiet lifestyle. Both of them are looking forward to being at the 55th Class Reunion in 2016!!
Thursday, May 22, 2014
Emmett's 70th birthday party held at his Aina Haina home on March 31, 2014 turned out to be mini- reunion for the Class of '61. Great food...great conversation....great time! Not shown in the pictures are Francis Wong , Milton and Maddie Oshiro, Tom Wong and Rodney Chun who had to leave early.
Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Saturday, March 8, 2014
The Iolani Alumni Association welcomed all alumni back to campus for the Spring Pau Hana in the recently opened Sullivan Center for Innovation and Leadership on Wednesday, March 5, 2014. After an inspiring welcome from Head of School Timothy R. Cottrell, PH.D, alumni were provided the opportunity to tour the new Sullivan Center, learn what's new at Iolani and reconnect and network with fellow alumni. Complimentary beverages and pupus were the highlight of the event.
Pictured above are Rag Scanlon '59, Francis Wong, Thomas Wong, Mike Young '64 (Iolani Alumni Association 60's Decade Director), Bob Mumper and Warren Ho.
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
1-16-2014 via Mo Lai
Honored for donating more than 100 pints of blood, Howard Lee and Mo Lai got to pose with Crystal Lee, Miss Hawaii, and a young boy, who was a recipient of blood donations.
1-31-14 via Emmett Yoshioka
In the current Diamond Head Theatre’s production of “Stepping Out”, My wife, Judy plays an opinionated curmudgeon of a piano player who accompanies a group of people wanting to learn tap dancing in England. She steals the show with her prowess on the piano and as an actress. The play needed a jazzy finale, so I volunteered to compose one for the show. So I composed an original piece with my lyricist from Los Angeles and got program credit as well. The piece is called “Steppin’ Out”.
9/12/2013 via Milt OshiroJust got back from a short trip to Portland and San Francisco. Took a ride down to Half Moon Bay and visited Allen Nako's gift shop there called the Quail Run. He was not in the shop but Maddie and I got to talk to his sweet wife Susan who was at the shop. I did talk to him on the phone and had a nice chat with him.
2-24-14 via Milt Oshiro
Maddie and I went on Norwegian Cruise Lines inter-island cruise on it's "Pride of America" ship during the week of Feb. 1st -- 8th. On Kauai we had a wonderful two hour breakfast with Creighton Fujii, our classmate whom I had not seen since graduation 1961. That was 53 and 1/2 years ago. We had a great time catching up on news about each other. Creighton was so hospitable and generous. I encouraged him to keep in touch with us.