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  • 9/24/2015 3:46:23 PM

    Mahalo & aloha nui to Dr. Scott & everyone responsible for this beautiful, moving play--most especially, to the students, who moved me to tears more than once! My grandparents, Arthur Floyd & Helen Clemence Griffiths, & my mother, Eleanor Griffiths Shaw, would be so proud of all of you. I am grateful to still be alive & able to watch & listen to you on my computer. Stand strong, Punahou, in who and what you are. Aloha!

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  • 9/24/2015 8:56:49 PM

    Bravo and Mahalo for sharing this historical presentation. I was 22 years a Kindergarten teacher at Wilcox Hall and have learned something new today about the founders of Punahou.
    I have spent my retirement years on Maui but always read my Punahou Bulletin. It is good to know that Beebe is still there playing the organ that I also played for some Chapel services and for the wedding of Judy and Win Healy. Good memories today as I enjoyed the 'Founders Play' performed by current students. Aloha nui loa! B.W.

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