HAWAI‘I LOA KU LIKE KA KOU
All Hawai‘i Stand Together

presents

THE LIVING NATION
Campaign 2003-2004

Mission: To Provide an Affirmative
National Voice by Promoting the Prosperity
and Dignity of the Hawaiian Nation.

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For more information,
please contact Mel Kalahiki 236-3636
or Lynette Cruz 738-0084.

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Schedule of Events
January 13-17, 2003

 
January 13 (Monday)
8:00 a.m. Ho‘okupu Ceremony at Queen Lili‘uokalani statue
10:30 a.m. Musical Prelude, Royal Hawaiian Band at the Coronation Pavilion
11:30 a.m. Opening Ceremony conducted by The Living Nation
1:30 p.m. Vigil begins [corner King St. & Mililani St., across from ‘Iolani Palace]
Please call Nalani Gersaba 847-6610 for scheduling.

A vigil is a gathering of people who care deeply
for a person, place, or a nation...
Who quietly watch and pray, cherish and protect
whoever or whatever they love...
 
January 14 (Tuesday)
Vigil continues
7:30 a.m.Ho‘okupu offered by The Friends of ‘Iolani Palace
 
January 15 (Wednesday)
Vigil continues
8:30 a.m. THE OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS, Sponsored Rally at State Capitol
 
January 16 (Thursday)
Vigil continues
7:30 a.m. Information Booth relative to land ownership, and to the history of the Chief’s Children’s School.
[booth located on Waikiki side of Queen Lili‘uokalani statue].
 
January 17 (Friday)
Vigil continues
6:30 a.m. Everyone gather at the holding area, Fort St. Mall & Queen St.
8:00 a.m. Commemorative ‘Onipa‘a March to ‘Iolani Palace
Noon to 1:00   Royal Hawaiian Band
1:00 p.m. Awa Ceremonies, ‘Iolani Palace Grounds at Pohukaina
6:00 p.m. Closing ceremony. Torchlight walk from Washington Place to ‘Iolani Palace.
Closing program at front steps of ‘Iolani Palace.

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