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Past Reunions:

Kayhi Class of 99: A Twenty Year Reunion Reimagined
Details: Having perused the lackluster listings already up on this website, we need to start thinking very critically about what we're endeavoring to accomplish and who we're trying to attract. Kayhi alum from the class of 99, that much is obvious. But in terms of raw appeal, overall popularity, and sheer celebrity, who out of all our fellow graduates do we most desperately want to attend?

To find our answer, we shall create a list. Using our senior class yearbook as a guide, we must rank everyone, from the total zeros at the bottom all the way to the few shining, unblemished, almost God-tier figures at the very top. And then we contact everyone, in reverse order.

Except not everyone. We disinclude the single most incandescently messianic member of our graduating class from our electronic correspondence because that person will instead receive an immaculately-lettered and hand-delivered-via-white-glove invitation (along with both prepaid hotel accommodations and first class round trip airfare) to the reunion.

All the while, and unbeknownst to our Star, this person will basically be Jim Carrey, and the entire reunion will be a modern incantation of The Truman Show. As in that film, our Star will be covertly recorded at all times, from the moment they step foot on the island to the Big Reveal at the very end where they don't understand why literally everyone is going with them on the ferry back to the airport. All other reunion attendees, every single one, will be contributing members to this elaborate production. The footage will then be used as content for a YouTube channel which will hopefully go viral so that the proceeds might benefit The Sickly Salmon, a charitable organization set up for the survivors of our ten year reunion, which let's not forget was abjectly terrible.

All of this means that in addition to ranking our fellow graduates, we must also create a script. There won't be time for auditions, we'll just have to assign roles and hope for the best. I'm unclear on how to ensure that our Star remains blissfully unaware until the designated moment on the filming schedule of the Big Reveal, or which products to inconspicuously highlight from an advertising perspective throughout production to increase potential revenues on the back end. Suggestions are encouraged.

But who we end up marketing this YouTube channel to is already abundantly clear:
1. All the people who chose not to attend so they can see exactly what they missed out on, and
2. Mental health professionals in the home area of our Star for obvious reasons which will here remain nameless due to legal requirements in regard to maintaining plausible deniability.

Please submit your class rankings, script ideas, and character assignments ASAP!
When: Tuesday, July 2nd, 2019 (multiple event dates, click here for full details)
Invited Classes: 1999
Event Details
Kayhi Class of '99 Twenty Year Reunion!
Details: At first the universe was cold and dark, without form or meaning. Timeless epochs began and ended, all of them indifferent to their own pointless existence and the implacable pall of reality.

Until from this terrible void came the KAYHI CLASS OF 1999 20TH YEAR REUNION SCHEDULE!

Please note, the following itinerary is fixed and immutable. It cannot be reasoned with. It cannot be fought. We cannot run from it, we cannot swim. No ferry, float plane, marina or breakwall offers the possibility of safe harbor or escape. Also, attendance is mandatory: failure to participate will be noted on your permanent record and will result in your parents receiving an automated phonecall from Bob Hewitt.

Friday: all parties arrive. Opening ceremonies will begin at noon at 417 Dock St. Cash sandwich bar and soda fountain available; the sub of the day will be tuna.

1:15pm: we depart for the Coliseum theater. Please be sure to bring valid ID as the f*t lady's only joy in this world is grubbing her buttery salted mitts all over our various forms of personal identification.

5pm: Class Group Round Table Discussion. How do we collectively wish to contribute to Kayhi students both current and future? Do we create a dating app? One that could only be made available to eligible Ketchikan High School singles? To help them better navigate the perilous waters of high risk/high school romance? And do we call this dating app "Go Fish... for KINGS"? Discuss.

9pm: Keychains and Coat Collections! Bring your key fobs and your winter coats, because we're having a fashion show! Winners will be chosen based on color, style, and best overall jingle. Location: TBA. Question: does anyone know of a catwalk located on or around Revillagigedo?

Saturday: 6am trombone competition (competitors must bring their own brass). Location: sidewalk in front of 2928 Baranof Ave. Mr. Bolling will be judging all performances from the comfort of his own bed until such a time as the police arrive.

7:30am. Our day of service begins! Today we give back to the community that nurtured and supported us while we were young. We do this because it's important, and we do it by repaving the First Bank parking lot. We will be working with hot, noxious asphalt, so be sure to don your protective clothing, eyewear, and respirators. Also, we have already secured and approved the operator for the Steam Rolling Equipment (hereafter referred to as SRE, pronounced "sree") No one besides the approved operator may operate the SRE. There will be no "taking turns". If you have your own SRE, do not bring it! Cover your SRE with a sheet, turn off the lights, and leave it at home. SREiously.

9pm: we commandeer KRBD for a special Redhead Radio Retrospective: What Happened to Ska Music? Then we drive around blasting our pirate signal to all the salmon and seagulls still listening to Ketchikan's public access radio station.

Sunday: 10am piano lesson brunch feat. Mrs Bruce (if she's still with us). Location: Bayview Cemetery (if otherwise)

10:15am. We begrudgingly admit that even after all these years, we still can't stand each other, we throw our hands up, and we all go home.

UPDATE: clarifications are as follows

1: "Which first bank parking lot location are we repaving? Is it the branch I use?"
Hint: it's not the one downtown, because that one doesn't have a parking lot and we're not repaving the fucking dock.

2: "What about the parade? We need to make a float!"
No. We are not doing that.

3: "Why did you invite everyone but Kirsten Mix?"
That girl flips out anytime a person so much as double dips a chip. Do we really want to see how she would nuclearly react in a three mile island/twenty year reunion scenario? For the sake of Frito Lay, let's not.

4: "You shouldn't call people 'fat', it's mean"
I didn't call anyone anything, I used an asterisk. I haven't seen the f*t lady at the movie theater in twenty years, who knows, maybe she got herself together and is super fit now.

5: "What about a theme? We can't have a reunion without a theme!"
What? Ok, fine. Our fundamental guiding philosophy for this event will be: Clearly None Of Us Have Anything Worth Actually Caring About In Our Lives

6: "Trombone contest? How's that supposed to work?"
All standard competitive tromboning rules apply.
When: Friday, July 5th, 2019 (multiple event dates, click here for full details)
Invited Classes: 1999
Event Details
Class of ‘99 - 20 year reunion
Details: Still in the works...should we go with a theme?

We are thinking beach bonfire potluck 3rd, parade float/party 4th, sunset cruise 5th, and finish with a Ward Lake picnic 6th of July. Do all or One!

Tickets will be on sale when All details are worked out.
When: Wednesday, July 3rd, 2019 (multiple event dates, click here for full details)
Invited Classes: 1999
Event Details
Class of 67 50th reunion
Location: Dance with the Glaciermen
Details: The reunion is for the class of 67 but the dance Saturday Night is for all the classes. Likely the Glaciermen wont do another dance
When: Friday, June 30th, 2017 (multiple event dates, click here for full details)
Invited Classes: 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970
Event Details
Class of 2005 10-year reunion
When: Friday, July 3rd, 2015 (multiple event dates, click here for full details)
Invited Classes: 2005
Event Details
30 Year Class Reunion!
Location: Ketchikan, Alaska
Details: $50 for guest to attend the whole event.
When: Friday, July 1st, 2011
Invited Classes: 1981
Event Details
When: Wednesday, December 9th, 2009
Invited Classes: 1980
Event Details
Fourth of July '99 Class Reunion
Location: We are voting on activities so make sure to take the "we need your opinion! reunion plans" survey to vote on what you would like to do.
Details: Please download the attached file and send it Attn:Heather Kinney @ 850 Noble street, Henderson, NV 89002. I will be asking people to help out as the 4th gets closer. I won't be able to do all of this myself and the more costs we can cut by bringing things like coolers /Tables/Extra garbage cans means the more money for food and drinks. I will make a list later and send it to everyone.
When: Saturday, July 4th, 2009
Invited Classes: 1999
Event Details
40th Reunion
When: Saturday, July 4th, 2009
Invited Classes: 1969
Event Details
40th Reunion
Location: Ketchikan
Details: It's time to start thinking about our 40th!! Yikes. What plans have been made?
When: Saturday, July 4th, 2009
Invited Classes: 1969
Event Details

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