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Kaila Wang wins Outstanding Youth Volunteer for Veterans. (Pictured with General Patraeus)

On June 29, 2012 at DAR’s Continental Congress National Defense night in Washington, D.C., Hawaii’s Kaila Wang was recognized as the winner of the Outstanding Youth Volunteer Award for 2012.  This award recognizes a young person who has provided outstanding service to veterans and has served as a role model for other young volunteers.  During her acceptance speech, Kaila described her service to veterans in Hawaii and her desire to eventually be a veteran herself.  Kaila volunteers as a living history re-enactor and helps veterans at the VA Center for Aging. 


  A floral wreath was presented at the Honolulu Mayor’s Memorial Day Ceremony, National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific on May 28, 2012.   The floral tributes recognized and honored those who made the ultimate sacrifice to defend our county.  In Mayor Peter B. Carlisle's message he stated “Duty, Honor, Country..."  Perhaps these words rang loudly in the hearts of our heroes as they battled in foreign lands.  Because of men and women like these, who placed duty, honor and country above their own safety and gave their lives so we may enjoy freedom, we are the greatest country in the world.”


Hawaii Hosts Golden West Tea

State Conference
Pictured are Hawaii daughters who attended the Golden West Tea at Continental Congress  on June 29, 2012:  (standing from left) Past Aloha Chapter Regent – Christine Burnette, Unknown DAR member who “loves” Hawaii, State Page and Flag Bearer – Kathryn Johnson, State Regent - Kathryn Koos-Lee, Honorary State Regent – Diane Hom, American Heritage State Chairman – Pauline Wagnon, Aloha Chapter member – Donna Neilson, State Registrar and Aloha Chapter Regent - Katherine Johnson,  (seated from left) Honorary State Regent - Marylee Mitchell, Aloha Chapter Associate Member – Marilyn Bird,  Honorary State Regent - Marjorie Bird and granddaughter of Marjorie Bird -  Debora Long.

Aloha Meeting House Pictured
on DAR Historic Sites

     The Aloha Chapter Meeting House is now listed on the DAR Historic Sites under the Historic Preservation Committee.  This Committee finds and catalogs all sites and properties owned or maintained by the DAR.  Sites included are cemeteries, forests, buildings, rooms and other important landmarks. 


Chapter House







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Celebrating the 4th of July

Hawai’i Loa Chapter members had fun participating in the Kailua Kona Community Freedom parade on July 4, 2012.  They placed third in the Marching Division.