Here’s a slideshow of a commemoration Aug. 24 marking the 84th anniversary of the ceremonial opening of one of the state’s cultural and historic icons, the Waikiki War Memorial Natatorium. It was the Nat’s 84th birthday! Kahu Manu Mook offered the blowing of the Pu and Kahu Bradford Kaiwi Lum performed the Oli for those […]
Archive for August, 2011
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As a young boy, I spent many a day on the beach in front of the old canoe sheds at the Outrigger. Duke Kahanamoku was back on the beach with his pal Johnny Weismuller having both earned medals at the 1936 Olympics in Germany. The Natatorium is not only a tribute to the sacrifice of those who served in the war 100 years ago, it is a source of a great many good memories among Hawaii’s people.— Philip P. Maxell, Jr.
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