RHS'69

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

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.

Some of our best friends:

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

Check out what we have so far - here.

Roosevelt High School, Honolulu, Hawaii

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Geesh, do we miss Japan. The Tomodachi Tour is one of the most popular events by RHS'69. Ten to fourteen days in Japan - shopping, traveling, eating, laughing and a bit of sleeping.

The COVID Pandemic had cancelled it twice but we're a "go" for 2023...so far.

Meanwhile - check this to see what we're all missing and maybe join us when it happens again in March.

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

- On line since 2007 -

HONOLULU WEATHER

In memory of classmates that are gone.

Hungry for some local grinds? Check out the world famous and  indescribably yummy RHS'69 cookbook.

Local food cooked

the local way.

It's right here.

As RHS'69 Reunion Committee chair Vincent Yim says, that

light means things are lookin'

up after the last couple of

years. We made it because

of our friends and it's

going to be a great

Christmas. Click here.

12/20: As the old story goes, some friends were walking through a long, narrow and dark tunnel.

One said, "I think I see a light at the end of the tunnel."

Another replied, "Let's hope it's

not a train".

1/15: As we slide slowly into a new year, people are beginning to turn their attention to the next major event on the

                    calendar.

                      With tongue firmly in

                            cheek, RHS'69

                           webmaster Courtney

                          Harrington explains

                        how Valentines Day

                    came to be...sort of.

                     It's all right here.

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.