RHS'69

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Oh, have we been busy

There's little doubt the RHS'69 reunion committee is one of the busiest alumni organizations in Hawaii and maybe much of the mainland.

There's almost always something going on and RHS'69 alumni like to do it together.

Reunion committee chair Vincent Yim takes a look back at a jam packed schedule for 2018.

February

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January

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March

                         The event of the

                         year had to be the

                      missle alert for Hawaii.

                   RHS'69 alumni joined over

           a million people wondering,

          "What the heck is going on?"

          Some told their story of that day.

          But the month ended on a high

           note with the committee's

              annual "Better late than never"

                   Christmas party.

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April

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May

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June

July

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August

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September

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October

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November

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December

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It's been a busy 2018 in the blog-o-sphere with '69 alumni sharing their thoughts and and adventures either by themself or as a part of a RHS'69 event.

A look back on some of the blogs for this year that made this portion of the website the most popular.

Over a half-million visitors dropped by to see what was happening.

             Caregiving can be

           both joyful and

       heartbreaking. Gayle

   Nakama shares her personal

   story.

   Then Steph Miwa dhscusses

    the mystery of how to prepare

     for a trip to Japan.

       There's lots to learn here.

                It could be difficult to

              believe but the State

             Legislature has culture. Or

         at least it did for a few days.

         Sandy Nishimoto and some '69

         alumni cruised the art on display.

        Then there was a luau in Hawaii

         Kai. Some many alumni showed

          up it overflowed the Mariner's

             cove clubhouse. Good times.

          

            This can be the

        highlight of some people's

        year. Eat all you want

     because you're exercising at

the same time. The annual Visitor

Industry Charity Walk is a big deal

and a load of fun.

  Eating your way from one end of

   Waikiki to the other and back to

      support worthy causes.

        How great is that?

           Wow! Seriously, wow!

          Hawaii boy Bruno Mars,

           home for a concert. The

           demand for tickets was so

           huge a second and then a

           third show was added.

       The reunion committee threw

together a package deal and a ton

  of people showed up. Check the

  videos and comments and see

    what the yelling and

       screaming was all about.

           Medicare is a big

          deal to 69'ers and we

        turned our attention to

  some major Medicare scams

going down. Many had to do with

the new cards coming out.

Forarmed is forwarned.

         This was a month of

         rest. In other words,

       everyone was too busy to

submit a blog. Summer can get

that way with trips and the beach

and stuff like that.

That's why we live in Hawaii.

              Hawaii's secret

              shame. A WWII

              Japanese-American

           on the Ewa plain. Thousands

of peaople lived behind barbed

wire. The Combined Class of '69

   had an opportinuty for a special

     tour of what's left of the camp.

          The first blog of 2018

          came from reunion

          committee chair Vincent

      Yim looking to the year ahead.

As usual it was packed with things

to do and places to go. The annual

karaoke was set, dances to attend,

  the announcement of a RHS'69

    cookbook, a family picnic/luau,

      a bunch of other stuff and

          a tease about a trip.