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DON’T BE LEFT OUT!  NO MORE FOMO (Yeah, some of you need to look that up)!

What: Kamehameha Class of 1977 Moloka’i Trip

When: June 7-11, 2023

Clear your schedules and get ready for a wonderful, relaxing and memorable time among longtime friends!

Here’s all you need to do, and there’s still time to get in on this:

• Book your flight 
Most people have booked through Mokulele Airlines.  Reservations: 1 (866) 260-7070

• Check accommodations
There are several hotels and condos on the island: Hotel Moloka’i, Moloka’i Shores, Moloka’i Wavecrest, Kepuhi Beach and others.  For the more outdoor types, there will be a nice campsite at Dean’s Puko’o property.  Several of the guys are already planning to be out there.

• Sign-up
From now until May 1st, the cost to cover all of your group meals and other expenses will be just $200 per person.  Mail check made out to Robin Auyong, to Robyn Auyong,2101 Nu’uanu Ave. #701, Honolulu, HI 96817

Planned activities:
• Halawa Beach Park Picnic
• Halawa Valley Hike to the waterfall
• Boat Exploration Trip ($80 additional charger per person.  Include in your check to Robin)
• Talent Show
• Kanikapila Nights
• Nighttime bread run to Kanemitsu’s Bakery!
• Kealopiko Shopping Trip
• Community Service at KS property
• Keawanui Fishpond Visit

For complete itinerary and to see other listed events, click here:

Send in completed form to Hoku Watson Ho’ohuli at [email protected] to help us establish a headcount. 


A beautiful T-shirt and cap have been designed to commemorate this special Class of ’77 event!  And for your convenience, they are available for purchase online!  Shirts come in both long and short sleeve, Premium cotton and Dri-Fit, and in several colors.  These amazing items are available to everyone, whether or not you’re planning to go on the trip.  Don’t be left out, get yours today!  

Check ’em out at: warrior-printing-llc.printavo.com

Questions?   Contact Pudgie (Yuen) Calles at (808) 271-7405, or [email protected]

Aloha mai kākou!

 Class of 77 Molokai Nui A Hina!
REMINDER: the deadline for the discounted price of $175.00 per person for the breakfast, lunch, and dinner cost is today March 30, but weʻll still take payment tomorrow (3/31/23). 

Beginning April 1 to May 1,
    •    the cost will be $200.00 per person! 
    •    Coastal Boat Ride will remain at $80.00 per person.

Visit online sites for Flights, Hotel, and Car Rentals to help with your planning. 
Attached is the information sheet and form.  Thereʻs still time to send in your forms and payment!!!

Also, the online ordering for Class apparel is open. 
    •    Hereʻs the link:  BELOW

2023 – MOLOKA’I ACTIVITIES Kamehameha Schools Class of 1977!

We want to share activities that the committee has planned while on Moloka’i. It will be packed with fun-filled, diverse events. A beautifully designed shirt to celebrate the event has been created (Shirt designs and cost will be posted on TeamReach in a few weeks). It will add to the unison and comradery of our weekend together.

Each classmate must plan flights, time of arrival and departure from Moloka’i, accommodations while on Moloka’i, transfer from the airport to the meeting place and back. The reason that we are requesting your arrival and departure is to ensure that we account for all of you that RSVP. The safe arrival and departure of each of us is tantamount to the joy of being together.

So that you can just come to enjoy the weekend, we have planned the meals. We need each classmate to remit funds to pay for meals for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Get a discounted rate of $175 by RSVP’ing no later than Mar 30, because we are committed to ordering tables/chairs and inform the caterers of the numbers to get supplies to Moloka’I timely. We still want you to join us, if you RSVP between April 1- May 1st, it will cost $200 since we will have to change the order. The meals are inclusive of a continental breakfast, lunch, dinner, and the luau on Saturday evening. We will eat whatever leftovers there are on Sunday morning after our memoriam, while we are cleaning up our meeting place and saying Aloha.

Dean Chow has graciously opened his property at Puko’o to those classmates that may want to pitch a tent, cot, sleeping bag, lounge chair, etc., for the duration. There will be available bathroom facilities.

Everyday an activity has been planned. There is no pressure for you to join in the planned activity, so if you prefer to take in site seeing on your own, or to laze at Puko’o, or relax along the shoreline, please feel free to do so. We ask that you check the box for the activities that you want to participate so that we will know if the lunch remains at Puko’o or will be packed to be taken along on the planned activity.

Lastly, we scheduled an extra event and need to know if there is interest in seeing the Na Pali Coast. We can schedule a two-hour boat ride at an extra cost of $80. The cost of the ride must be paid when you remit funds for the meals. Based upon the interest, it will determine how many reservations are needed to accommodate the number of interested classmates.

The committee is so excited to spend the long weekend together with our classmates, we hope that you will want to join us at the 2023 “Moloka’i Nui A Hina”.