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Help preserve Old Hawaii with plants

The annual Bamboo Festival last weekend in Papaikou made me think of our island in the “good old days.” Of course, the concept of the good old days depends on your perspective. I’ll just take it back to the 1950s and ’60s, since those were the days I remember on Oahu and living in Ka‘u. As we drove from Kona through Waimea and on to Hilo, I realized just how special each of our island communities are even after 50 years of change. Each little town or village has its own special charm. Even though there have been major shifts in land use from sugar to forest and orchards, we still have that special charm that makes life good living.

Prince Kuhio Kalanianaole ‘Class of ’68’ reunion set

“Where, oh where, are all our classmates?” The “Class of 1968 — Prince Kuhio Kalanianaole Elem. &Inter. School” after 46 years are planning their first class reunion. It’s been so long since graduating, they are having trouble getting addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, etc., of their classmates.