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Sharing Mana‘o

September 18, 2013
By KATHY COLLINS (kathycollins@manaoradio.com) , For The Maui News

Last Saturday, I had the pleasure of being among 1,000 celebrants at the Maui High School centennial luau. Exactly 100 years, to the day, after the school first opened its doors, the old H-poko campus was swarming with students past and present. (I know, some say it's disrespectful to abbreviate Hamakuapoko that way, but most of the folks who attended that campus think of H-poko as a beloved nickname, a term of endearment.) The weather was perfect, the food divine, and Saber spirit filled the air as people reveled in memories and school pride. Only problem was . . . I'm not a Saber.

 
 
 

 

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