You must have a few old pictures of yourself somewhere. How about a few to share with everyone, just for fun?
One of the best cookbooks
available for your library. Really
Great Recipes, produced by the RHS
Class of '69, features the recipes local
families share while the ohana is gathered
for weekend dinners.
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Include a short who, what, when and where so people can enjoy it more.
This is so much better than having it hang in the post office.
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See all the photos from major RHS'69 events going back to 2004. Most were never posted on the website due to space constraints.
then chose what event you want on the left menu.
Over a hundred great meals, side dishes, salads and desserts of contemporary and old-time Hawaii you won't find elsewhere.
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If you don't think a mask is important, you are rolling the dice with your life and others. You can have the virus and not show symptoms. You infect someone and they'll go on to infect someone else. Eventually one of those could die because you didn't think it was necessary.
You really want to go there?
Wear a mask when outside and stay 6-feet away from others. Please.
While a mask helps you - a bit - it more helps those around you.
A non-medical mask will not completely block the COVID-19 virus. But it will block the large droplets from someone's mouth when they are talking or coughing near you.
More importantly they block your coughs and droplets getting into their face. Wear a mask and you look out for others.
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Christmas was a very different one from times past.
A difficult time for many, whether it be economic or being alone.
But as RHS'69 Reunion Committee chair Vincent Yim reminds us, there is still much to embrace. and it willl get better.
to read it.
Celebrating more than 30-years of serving RHS'69 grads
- On line since 2009 -
2021 is the Year of the Ox. The RHS'69 web staff knocked themselves out for the 3rd year in presenting an extravaganza of information.
And it comes with a movie! Grab some popcorn and check out the world's oldest and largest celebration
Nothing is guaranteed but with the
widespread vaccines now available
we may see things improve a lot.
The next couple of months should
give a clearer picture on when
"normal" will happen again.
Meanwhile, stay safe, stay distanced and keep those masks on - vaccine or not. That's what made Hawaii one of the safest states and that will keep us there. Maybe some other parts of the country will look at us and see what works.
Until then, we'll keep looking at things we might be able to do together before too long.
Keep an eye here.
The RHS'69 Reunion Committee is looking forward to possible events toward the end of the year.
APRIL 2 - The CDC has issued new guidence to say fully vaccinated people
can travel within the U.S. without getting tested for the coronavirus or going
into quarantine afterward. The changes come from studies as more people get
vaccinated and evidence mounts about the protection the shots provide.
A person is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after receiving the last required
dose of vaccine. Unvaccinated people are still advised to avoid unnecessary travel.
The new guidance says fully vaccinated people can travel within the U.S. without getting tested for the coronavirus or quarantining. People should still wear a mask, socially distance and avoid crowds.
It is important to note this is guidence and not law so individual states' must accept it. The does not apply to internatonal travel as countries have heir own requirements. Since this is a major change if or when accepted by U.S. states, check before you come!
Aloha and welcome to the Roosevelt High School Class of 1969 Reunion Committee website. We're one of the most active high school reunion groups in Hawaii. Maybe anywhere.