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Above: Deb and Doug

HAWAII ISLAND VETERANS DAY PARADE COMMITTEE

 

CHAIR                                     Colonel Debra M. Lewis (Ret.)          

SECRETARY                         Doug Adams  

Logistic Spt & Coord               Kelcie Figueira

Publicity                                    Johnny Hiduchick-Nakayama

Staging Area                             Kirk Mikami

 

                                                                                                                   

Other Participants             CPT Keoki Leong, Hawaii National Guard

                                                      Pat Guillen UHH Athletics

                                                      Marcia Brinkley, Mary Yoshida, DAR

                                                      Stacyn Sukuma Yukio Okutsu Veterans Home

                                                      Jeff Gray of netcom enterprises

                                                      Marilyn Haymore (Aviators)

                                                                                                           

CHAIR EMERITUS                  Dan Kama                  

VICE CHAIR  EMERITUS    Wendell J. Kaʻehuʻaeʻa

Email:

support@hivetparade.org

 

Phone:

808-930-3609 

 

Mailing address*:

Doug Adams

Secretary, Hawaii Island Veterans Day Parade

P.O. Box 6926

Hilo, Hawaii 96720

 

*Please send all donations and checks to the address above or call us for pick up.

Checks should be made out to "BIRCD"** with "Veterans Day Parade" written on the check's memo line.

**"BIRCD" or Big Island Resource Conservation and Development Council, INC is our Fiscal Sponsor without which we could not hold our parade. The Council is incorporated and a registered non-profit within the State of Hawai'i. It is also a tax-exempt, 501(c) (3) organization by Internal Revenue Service determination. Their vision is to conserve, enhance, and promote the economic, cultural, and natural environment of Hawai'i. There are 375 RC&D's across the nation helping communities and groups like ours succeed.

 

Best Part? You get credit for all donations. We have the support of a trusted and highly professional organization.

 

 

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