Blogs - 2020
Staring at a
Friday, January 3, 2020
Everybody seems to look back at the previous year as a new one rolls into place.
Why should we be different?
Webmaster Courtney Harington runs through what was blogged in 2019.
The last three months are really busy for the RHS'69 Reunion Committee. There's a lot of planned events happening for alumni, Thanksgiving and the family, Christmas shopping and New Year's planning.
Almost without fail they're too busy for a Christmas get together. So - hold it in January.
Committee Treasurer Lani Harrington invites you along.
The Always Late RHS'69
Monday, January 20, 2020
A Search for
.6 U.S. State Department travel advisory: Exercise increased caution in Hong Kong due to civil unrest.
.6 Since June 2019, large and small political demonstrations have taken place in various areas of the city. Some have resulted in violent confrontations between protesters and police.
.6 Ignoring all that, RHS'69 Reunion Committee chair Vincent Yim visited Hong Kong to see and learn about the part of his family he never met.
.6 Back home he removes his flak vest and tells of a wondrous trip.
Saturday, February 1, 2020
In Hawaii we tend to do celebrations of life more than funerals. Having large groups of friends and "ohana" families, we like to share memories and love instead of grief.
Donna Miller was at one for the father of Yvonne Elliman - "Uncle Ross".
She shares a wonderful afternoon of love.
Celebration of Life
Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Helping where we can
Saturday April 4, 2020
It wasn't long ago the call went out. America's doctors and nurses are overwhelmed fighting the coronavirus and they are running out of the equipment needed to protect themselves. Now, American people are doing what the government is not. We are producing masks for medical facilities. Not medical grade but still useful and needed.
Spearheaded by RHS'69 and some of our best friends at Kalani'69 and McKinley'69, we're answering the call to help.