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STILL NEW BLOG 6/16: Donna Miller and a group from the Combined class of '69 ate their way from one end of Waikiki to the other, and back.
There is no known mathematical number to express the number of calories this represented . Regardless, they survived.
Read all about it here.
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Aloha and welcome to the Roosevelt High School Class of 1969 Reunion Committee web site, one of the most active high school reunion groups in Hawaii.
We sometimes partner with or invite other Honolulu high school 1969 reunion groups to co-sponsor or participate in RHS'69 events.
NEW BLOG 8/13: In an isolated location in a deep gulch on the dusty, dry plains near Ewa, an internment camp was constructed on 160 acres of partched land to hold Japanese-American internees during World War II. It has been called Hawaii's secret shame.
Members of the combined class of '69 took a rare tour of the Honouliuli Internment Camp and John Takara takes us with them, here.