RHS'69

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Updated September 14, 2020

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You must have a few old pictures of yourself somewhere. How about a few to share with everyone, just for fun?

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                    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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Some of our best friends:

If you are a RHS'69 alumni, please click the Mailing List link at the top of this page if you need to update your contact information.

Check the Blog Home (above) for what's been happening and the Calendar for what's coming up.

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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.

Click here 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 that you won't find elsewhere.

Click here to see more and place your order.

Check out what we have so far - here.

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RHS'69 Reunion Committee chair Vincent Yim, who renovates old buildings on the side, really tackled his fix-it list. If you're not tired after reading this, you are better than we are.

Read all about it here.

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.

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.

Click here 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 here, select the top left menu (website pictures) and scroll through previous front page pictures.

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.

Celebrating more than 30-years of serving RHS'69 grads

- On line since 2009 -

HONOLULU WEATHER

Roosevelt High School, Honolulu, Hawaii

To visitor's planning to come Hawaii.

Let's talk about coronavid-19. We're not going to pick on you - we got our own problems.

What we are going to ask is...don't come. Our state government loosened up the restrictions, the crazy people started hanging out with no masks 1-foot apart and now our infection rates are skyrocketing. When we were 20-years old we thought nothing would touch us either. So, thing's are getting locked down again.

When you fly into Hawaii you'll be met at the airport with an large group of people handing you notices and forms. Essentially they say you *must* quarantine yourself and your traveling companions for 14 days. You have no choice. Your hotel will give you a key that works once, just to get into the room. You cannot leave for 14 days. If you do, the hotel or someone will report you and you will get a very expensive ticket or arrested and sent home on the next plane.

Why would you want to come all the way here to sit looking out the window for two weeks. Many people seem to think they can ignore the quarantine cause they are special. Surprise - you're not.

Everyday the newspaper has stories of people getting busted for going to the beach, eating out or being entitled.

It's not worth it. Put it off for now and when the time is right come and enjoy us. You'll have a lot better time without waiting to get busted. It won't be that long.

NEW 8/13:

Bloggers Wanted. Apply within.

Grab your soapbox and join us.

Fame and fortune could be yours. Well, probably not but it's fun to see your name and words splashed in front of 600,000 visitors.

Click here to see how easy we make it and then read some of the blogs to check out what others have done. We do the work, you get the fame and fortune.

The State of Hawaii and the City & County of Honolulu have issued a stay-at-home / work-at-home order for Oahu between August 27th and September 23rd. This does not affect the neighbor islands and is in response to the raising virus infections and to protect existing medical resources. Of nonessential businesses, only restaurants are allowed to remain open, and only for takeout. This order as been extended once and could be again depending on improvement in infection numbers.

Visitors to Hawaii and all inter-island travelers from Oahu to neighbor islands are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine.

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.