Wednesday, March 1, 2017


Our 50 year Reunion Cruise is getting close, only 59 days and Princess is now offering "Drop n Go" prices for our cruise.

$509 for Interior cabin, $599 for Oceanview cabin, $714 for Balcony cabin and $899 for Mini Suite cabin.

These are prices for each person adding $155 for Tax and port fees each person.

These prices are to be paid in full at time of booking.

At these prices cabins will go fast so for you last minute decision makers. I hope you will join us and make it a memorable event.

Princess does not offer any on board credits in the "Drop n Go" offer.

If interested in getting onboard please contact:
Kathryn Kiperash our AAA agent and mention BHS Reunion Cruise. 208-666-5701 or

AAA is offering onboard credit, $25 for Interior cabin, $50 for Oceanview and Balcony cabins and $75 for Mini Suites.

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Saturday, January 14, 2017

Mike Gould, BHS '67, Passed Away Today

We are so very sad to share that friend and classmate, Mike Gould, passed away today.

Kathy, his wife, posted on Facebook:
"At 2:45 PM today my precious beautiful husband Mike made his transition and with him with a piece of my soul. Thank you all for your many prayers. I will miss him so much."

Later she posted:
"This rainbow showed up right after Mike's transition and will forever be Mike's rainbow to me."

In 2014, Mike suffered a stroke that left him blind, bedridden and on full hospice care.

Please keep Kathy and the Gould family in your thoughts and prayers.

Mike in 2010

RIP Mike. We love you and will miss you.

Wednesday, September 14, 2016


Sept 15th, Bob's Big Boys 4 pm
Sept 16th, Burbank Elks Lodge 6 pm (Cost $67)
Sept 17th, Picnic 12 noon
Plus many more activities!
Host Hotel is the Burbank Airport Marriott!

Elks Lodge
2232 N Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA 91505
Phone: (818) 848-5508

Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport  
2500 N Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA 91505
Phone: (818) 843-6000

Bob's Big Boy
4211 W Riverside Dr, Burbank, CA 91505
Open 24 hours
Phone: (818) 843-9334

to Jim Grasse at

"PLEASE RSVP by sending an e-mail as soon as you can so we can get a head count (include significant other) for our 50th reunion. Also if you need the Marriott please let me know so I can get the count as well. Let's have some fun!!"
Jim Grasse
Cell: 405-420-9832

Also, our Reunion Cruise is in April 2017 and Carol Baker & Donna Luce Neitman are heading that up. Here's the link to read more:

Saturday, September 3, 2016

2016 California Fun!

Here's the link to today's pics and I'll be adding more so keep coming back!

A little movie of the early birds at Bob's

Saturday, July 16, 2016

Arthur William Robinson, BHS '67 (1949-2016)

Arthur William Robinson
June 27, 1949 - July 16, 2016

We send our heartfelt condolences to Art's family and to Jo Elaine Morton who wrote:
"Rest in peace Art and thank you for getting me out of Burbank and appreciating waves and country and for our precious daughter, Lisa Peaches ~ Forever a part of me."

JULY 24, 2016 UPDATE
Arthur William  Robinson

Arthur William Robinson Tribute
Date Of Birth: June 27, 1949
Date Of Death: July 16, 2016

Arthur William Robinson, 67, of Napili, went to be with Jesus on Saturday, July 16, 2016, while under the care of Island Hospice in Kahului.

He leaves his three siblings, Suzanne Elliott, Sandra Robinson, and John Robinson; his three daughters, Lisa (Jay) Whitten, Chantiel (Jeremy) Reese, and Keili Bell; six grandchildren; two nieces; a nephew; and many close friends.

Raised in Burbank, CA, the son of Billie and Shirley (Gabhart) Robinson, he had a childhood filled with adventure. His father was an experimental aircraft pilot, and his mother often participated in women's air derby's. Art learned to fly an airplane before he learned to drive and he once mentioned that the family would fly to various airports around California to sample different airport delicacies. For instance, they knew which airport had the best burgers and which airport had the best banana cream pies and milk shakes.

As a child Art and his siblings were allowed to use their father's tools and building materials, so he built go carts, race cars, a tree house, and many surfboards while growing up. He and his siblings also helped their father build racing planes in the garage, and his knowledge of aerodynamics, wind patterns, and ocean currents was extensive. Once when Art was about nine years old, his father told him to see how long he could keep the plane soaring in the air with the engine off. They rode the air currents all the way up to Northern California and a family of Condors flew right next to the plane, looking at them while gliding by in silence.

Art loved to surf and after exploring the California and Baja, Mexico coastlines, decided to move to Hawaii. Moving to Maui was like love at first sight. Art made many friends from all walks of life and shaped many custom surfboards, often displaying his creative airbrushed artwork on "Lost Art" and "Secret Weapon" surfboards. He also loved animals and harbored many birds, cats, and dogs during his lifetime.

During Art's last days he often repeatedly prayed "Thank you Jesus for my life. I love life. I love everybody." He wanted to make sure that everyone in his life knew how much he loved them. Fortunately, he was able to personally tell many of his friends and family how much he cared during his last month of life. He was a kind, big hearted person who did his best to help his friends. He remained positive and refused to give up hope that he would get better. He will be deeply missed.

A life celebration will be held at D.T. Fleming beach park on Saturday, July 23, at 10:30 a.m. Bring a dish and some anecdotes to share. Ashes will be spread earlier that morning (8:30) at Subs/Coconuts.

Sunday, May 8, 2016

BHS Class '67 50th Reunion is in 2017!

Hello BHS Class of '67!

Can you believe that next year it will be FIFTY years since graduation??

This is a BIG DEAL and we want to celebrate it RIGHT so let's hear your ideas. We are looking for multiple ways of celebrating since this is such a milestone!

The cruise in the Spring will be fun but that is just one way we are celebrating. In addition, let's also have a big dinner party with music and dancing later in the summer.

There are no bad ideas... what do you think? Your input is important & needed. Please reply with your ideas, thoughts, suggestions and definitely let us know if you want to be on the Reunion Committee.


The BHS Class '67 Reunion Committee
Class Blog: