Kalani High School

Kalani High School
Where the tradewinds from the valley ...

Friday, August 31, 2018

CORRECTION!!


The change for our Save-the-Date
should be:

Saturday
August 10, 2019

At our age, we need to triple check our work!
The 17th was the old date.

Change your calendars

Wednesday, August 22, 2018

CHANGE THE DATE!!
 
In trying to coordinate our program for our Class of '69 upcoming 50th year reunion, the committee needed to change the event date.
 
NEW EVENT DATE IS:
 
SATURDAY
AUGUST 17, 2019
 
Still at the Manoa Grand Ballroom
at the
Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii
 
 
Re-mark your calendars!!
 
 


Saturday, August 11, 2018

Senior Moments!

Back in 2011, at our 60th birthday celebration at the Oahu Country Club, many of us had difficulty (and fun) trying to remember the names of classmates from photos back in 1969.  That was about seven years ago!  We can just imagine how our memories are now as we approach our 50th class reunion year.






The Class of '69 Reunion Committee is holding its second meeting this Tuesday to discuss our upcoming celebration next year and will try to confirm some of the details for the program.  Mahalo to those who have sent in suggestions and recommendations.

The committee is in agreement that the primary goal of this reunion celebration is to allow our classmates to be able to catch up on each other lives and see how much we can remember our high school experiences.  

Remember to save the date, Saturday, August 17, 2019 for our 50th Class Reunion event at the Manoa Grand Ballroom. 

More information to follow.

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

SAVE THE DATE
 
The Class of '69 Reunion Committee has set Saturday,
August 17, 2019 as the date for the 50th year reunion celebration.  The Manoa Grand Ballroom has been selected as the location.
 
Please mark your calendar and save the date!
 
More information forthcoming.

Sunday, July 15, 2018

Honouliuli National Monument Tour
July 11, 2018

A group of 21, made up of Kalani, Roosevelt, and McKinley '69 classmates and a few spouses made the trek to central Oahu to tour the Honouliuli National Monument.  It is the site of the largest and longest running World War II internment camp in Hawaii.

 Leaving the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii (JCCH)






 Closing ceremony at the site


Sunday, July 1, 2018

Our graduation program booklet listed 654 graduates for 
the Class of '69.

Hopefully many will be able to attend our 
50th year reunion next year in 2019.

"Kalani FIVE-O"

Read the names and go back into time …





There are names here that 
are not listed in the school annual.

Blue & Green were the class colors?
Really?