Alumni recall memories, celebrate anniversary of Polynesian Cultural Center

by | Aug. 30, 2013

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Tema Hunkin figures she owes the Polynesian Cultural Center her life.

“If it wasn’t for that place, my parents wouldn’t have met and joined the LDS Church,” she said with emotion in her voice. “That place is really special. It transforms lives.”

Hunkin is one of countless alums who continue to relish fond memories of working or performing at the “PCC” in Laie, located on the northern shore of Oahu, Hawaii. Many, including Hunkin, plan to return the first week of September to celebrate the center’s 50th anniversary.

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