Roosevelt High School, Honolulu, HI
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.
Click on "Upload Picture"...
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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Celebrating more than 30-years of serving RHS'69 grads
- On line since 2009 -
We love cellphones too but this website is optimized for viewing on a desktop or tablet.
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 to look at from the left menu.
Over a hundred great meals, side dishes, salads and desserts of contemporary and old-time Hawaii that you won't find elsewhere.
to see more and place your order.
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There is an issue called "infodemic." It's defined as an overabundance of information — some accurate and some not — that makes it hard for people to find trustworthy sources and reliable guidance when they need it.
That's what's happening with the Coronavirus right now. The problem is aided by the ease and speed with which false or misleading information can spread on social media.
Don't believe everything you see on Facebook , emails, hints or advice from a friend. Check with the , the or your doctor.
Utilize a fact checking website like
Wash your hands
Try not to touch your mouth, eyes or nose
Stay away from sick people
Stay away from crowds
If you're sick stay home and wear a facemask if
Cover coughs and sneezes
Stay smart by rejecting rumors, friendly advice,
"cures", treatments or tips on social media
Some events may be postponed
or rescheduled due to the pan-
demic. Any changes will be noted
on this page and the calendar.
5/14: Missing going somewhere? So are we. In fact RHS'69 folks
are dreaming of Tomodachi.
Bobby Imoto (Kalani'69) is missing it so much he's made a great video on why they go - and why you should too.
Check it out
NEW 5/21: <Sigh> Sitting at home. Bored.
The beach calls, restaurants beckon, shopping is an urge, need to get out, anywhere. Soon.
Nope. For three months it was lockdown in Hawaii because of the pandemic.
It worked and we are safest state in the nation.
So what did we do? A selected few from RHS'69 tell us how they kept busy.
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 in your face.
More importantly they block your coughs and droplets getting into the air when you are close to someone else.
You wear a mask and you are looking out for others.
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. Welcome to being a "spreader". 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.
Have you taken a unique picture that just says "Hawaii"? We'd love to feature it on our front page for a week or so.
The picture needs to be high resolution and at least 900 pixels wide, in focus and proper exposure. Anything, scenery, the people, characters, water, sunrise or sunset. It just has to be about Hawaii.
and attach it to an email for us. Sending a picture denotes your permission to post it as well as permission for any post production for cropping, color correcting or adjustments per our judgement.
Please put your name and city in the email so we can give proper attribution.
For examples of what we use, go select the top left menu (website pictures) and scroll through previous front age pictures.
Aloha. 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.