Alexander & Baldwin Pledges $100,000 for New War Memorial Museum

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August 22, 2007
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Alexander & Baldwin Pledges $100,000 for New War Memorial Museum

Alexander & Baldwin Pledges $100,000 for New War Memorial Museum

Alexander & Baldwin recently presented a $25,000 check toward its pledge to the Arizona Memorial Museum Association’s campaign for a new Pearl Harbor Memorial Museum & Visitor Center, the future gateway for all the harbor’s historic sites. Pictured are Pearl Harbor survivor Dick Rodby (on left), Tom Shaw of the AMMA, Gary North of Matson Navigation Co., Douglas Lentz of the USS Arizona Memorial and George Sullivan of the AMMA

Alexander & Baldwin Pledges $100,000 for New War Memorial Museum

Frear Trust Gives $500,000 Toward Hawaiian Hall Renovation

The Hawaiian Hall at Bishop Museum recently received a $500,000 gift from Frear Eleemosynary Trust toward a $20 million renovation project that began last July. Pictured are Bishop Museum interim president Michael Chinaka, restoration committee co-chair Allison Holt Gendreau, grant administrator Paula Boyce and co-chair Robin Midkiff.

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