Blogs - 2018
Rubbing the Crystal Ball
Wednesday, January 24, 2018
RHS'69 Reunion Committee chair Vincent Yim looks ahead to plans for this new year.
He also drops some words of wisdom.
You'll have to read the blog to get them.
The RHS'69 Reunion Committee again held it's annual Christmas Party, late again this year.
Josie Akana is the wife of RHS'69 alum Art Akana, a founding member of the Reunion Committee.
She talks about going "over the hill".
Another Late Christmas Party
Monday, February 5, 2018
Some days, when something big happens, you always remember where you were and what you were doing.
Novemeber 22, 1963 - the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated,
The Day the
July 20, 1969 - the first men land on the moon.
For many people in Hawaii, they can now add January 13, 2018.
Friday, February 23, 2018
Our golden years are different for everyone. For some it's freedom to do and go where they want. For others there are new and demanding responsibilities.
Gayle Nakama is a caregiver for her parents. It can be a crushing, demanding job. It is also a labor of love for her.
Caregiving - the Pain and Joy
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Visiting Japan seems to be an "in" thing right now. So, thinking of planning a trip there?
Let's start with Tokyo.
RHS'69 Steph Miwa, a world traveler, has hints that may be helpful to you.
Planning for Japan
Thursday, April 18, 2018
Art at the Capitol
Wednesday, May 2, 2018
There's a lot that goes on in the "big square building".
There's the legislative activity (for better or for worse) and there's sometimes other stuff.
Sandy Nishimoto says the other stuff caught the attention of some RHS'69 alumni.
Eating our way through Waikiki
Saturday, June 16, 2018
Donna 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.
Honouliuli - Hawaii's
Monday, June 13, 2018
In an isolated location in a deep gulch on the dusty, dry plains near Ewa, a camp was constructed on 160 acres to hold Japanese American internees during World War II.
Some call it Hawaii's secret shame.
Members of the combined class of '69 took a rare tour and John Takara takes us with them.