Punahou alumni in the Pacific Northwest mingled with President Jim Scott ’70 and other alumni and friends at a July 14 reception at the Multnomah Athletic Center in Portland.
About half of the more than 26,000 Punahou alumni live either on the mainland or abroad. Whether you are looking to network or just wanting to reminisce, connections with alumni in your area can be both fun and a valuable resource.
As a resident of a region where an alumni chapter is active, you will automatically be included in mailings about events, but active participation in the chapter is up to you. If you prefer, you may opt out of chapter mailings at any time.
It was a perfect summer Sunday for a professional baseball game with friends. Thirty alumni and their ‘ohana met up at Safeco Field in Seattle on July 30 for a Major League Baseball matchup between the Seattle Mariners and the New York Mets. The hometown Mariners won 9 – 1.
A multi-generational crowd of alumni, family and friends filled Dole Hall for a fun Friday night of bingo and beef stew.
Fifty alumni and friends gathered at the Mt. Tam Racquet Club in Larkspur, California, on Nov. 6 for a special evening of hula, chanting and Hawaiian music.
Over 100 alumni gathered in TriBeCa on Sept. 23 for Punahou Alumni Association New York’s (PAANY) annual Spam Musubi Social to welcome the new residents of the New York Tri-state area.
Includes all Hawaiian islands
Includes Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia and Washington, D.C.
Includes Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont
Includes the tri-state area: Connecticut, New Jersey and New York
Includes Oregon and Washington
Includes all California communities north of Santa Barbara
Includes all California communities south of, and including, Santa Barbara
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