Why should you attend The Summer's End dance?
Because it'll be magical and nostalgic. A truly epic event.
Look at these grads from Kalani, Kaimuki, McKinley, and even from the mainland.
You can look forward to meeting people like this, who still dress like they did in high school. Especially the guy with the bow tie!
This dance is a fund raiser?
Yes it is. The proceeds will be split among the three host schools: Kalani, McKinley, and Roosevelt and presented to the school principals to use on projects, equipment, etc. that are not covered in their budgets.
For a direct deductible donation to the school, you can send funds directly to the respective school's 501(c)(3) account. Be sure to note that it was on behalf of The Summer's End dance efforts.
What's so different about this dance?
For one, it is a fund raiser to benefit our alma maters. It's a joint effort by the last graduating class of the 60's from the three schools. (Blow Your Mind in 69!) It features two currently hot bands (Wasabi and White Light) that play great oldies dance music and gives us a chance to enjoy and say aloha to one of the premier bands from the 60's and 70's ... the Calientes with Soul Pilot. You won't be able to see them perform after this Summer's End.
Start planning now!
Don't procrastinate. The word is out and will soon be spreading through town with four schools promoting the dance. Contact your friends, old and new, and set up a reserved table of ten inside the ballroom now. Each school alumni group has their allotment of tables but the proceeds will all be divided equally. The main priority now is to get your group and get a table.
Just like the good old days!