Aloha, and Mahalo for visiting St. Louis School Class of 1979 online. We hope that our NEW website highlights all the information related to current and future class events. Please feel free to read more about our class on this site, and attend the monthly Board meeting.
Aloha Fellow Brothers,
The 40th Reunion Committee headed by Dr. Greg Lung is working diligently to play an organize this upcoming momentous event for us. Dates have been set, events and locations are in the works.
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Nā Hōkū o Kalaepōhaku - A Showcase of Hawai'i's Premier Entertainers from Saint Louis School.
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Class of '79 Wine Tasting Fundraiser - August 12th at the Ho'okipa Room at St Louis School.
More details to come.
We are currently working on a couple of up coming events. On the agenda is another bowling
outing, a class luncheon, Texas hold'em Poker Tournament, and our Class of 1979 GODA. If you have
any suggestions regarding these events or have ideas on other class events please come to one of
our two per month class meetings at the Alumni Club House or contact the class board of the
directors at S7L9SAlumni@gmail.com or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, we have information regarding our class gift. As you all know we as a class can show our
pride, tradition, and appreciation by giving back to "our" School which has given so much to us.
Together as "The Class of 1979" we can collectively reach our goal through many and not just a few.
If you have a business or provide a service, please have it listed here.
Consider it as free advertising to increase your business.
If you, family, or friends need to have some work done, why have a stranger do it, when you could have a classmate do it?
What's happening? When? Where? What do I bring?
Next Board meeting:
Every 1st Wednesday of the month
Monthly 2018 7:00 pm
(Upcoming Events / Fundraising)
SLAA Club House
916 Coolidge Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96826
Please attend and share thoughts and deep conversation, with your favorite refreshments and pupus
As a SLAA Board Member for the last 16 years or so (since 2002), and the current Board President for about the last 9 or so years (since 2009), I am and ALWAYS have been grateful for the help, support & hard work of OUR many Class members who are or have been in the past devoted to SLAA and its mission. Dedicated guys like Mel Pilien, Tony Souza, Tracy Mizota, Mark Villanueva, Cody Correa, Greg Perry, Dwight Moniz, and Russell Valente, among so many others, have devoted countless hours to our Class and to SLAA Committee and Board work. How great it would be (and for me personally, quite an honor) to have even more & more members of our close knit & very active Class directly involved with SLAA and its membership (“the more the merrier” if you ask me!). Whether our Class knows it or not, SLAA views the Class of 1979 to be one of the Classes to emulate. We are a fine example for and to other SL[H]S Classes. Let's face it, OUR mighty Class has an active set of dedicated Officers, a website, a blog, a Facebook page and one of the most complete & accurate contact lists of any Class out there (“mahalo plenty” to Karlton Borges for that, and RIP). Let's keep leading by example, SLHS79. One way we can to this, or at least another way, is to GREATLY INCREASE THE NUMBER OF SLHS79 WHO ARE ACTIVE, DUES PAYING MEMBERS OF SLAA. Let's face it, given our fantastic devotion to OUR school and its storied history, OUR SLAA membership numbers should be among the highest of all Classes. We can do it! Let's double or even triple our active SLAA membership count in the next year or so, and there's no better time than during or 40th year reunion activities both here in State and on the "Ninth Island", Las Vegas.
P. GREGORY FREY ‘79
SLAA, BOD President
SLS, Trustee Vice-Chair
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Check out pictures of our recent annual SLAA softball tournament
Pictures from our various events throughout the year
by Bryan Tolentino from his CD
Ka 'Ukulele Lele
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