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Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard Visits Hospice of Hilo on Memorial Day

Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard spent her Memorial Day lunch visiting Hospice of Hilo’s Pōhai Mālama a Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Care Center staff and patients.  Throughout the afternoon, the Congresswoman discussed significant reforms to healthcare, learned about the issues challenging hospice care, and presented Hospice of Hilo a certificate of excellence.

Receiving Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition.   From Right: Board President Karen Moriuchi, Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, Hospice of Hilo CEO Brenda Ho, Hospice of Hilo Spiritual Counselor Phillip Jones, Hospice of Hilo Development, PR & Education Coordinator An Umamoto.

Receiving Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition.
From Right: Board President Karen Moriuchi, Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, Hospice of Hilo CEO Brenda Ho, Hospice of Hilo Spiritual Counselor Phillip Jones, Hospice of Hilo Development, PR & Education Coordinator An Umamoto.

During the tour, Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard was invited to visit a patient who was very excited to see her.  During the visit, the two held hands and talked about the wonderful care and amenities offered to the patient in the care center.  The patient said with glistening eyes, “I am so proud of what you are doing Congresswoman Gabbard,” and in return, Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard thanked the patient for her encouragement and trust.

Hospice of Hilo CEO, Brenda S. Ho, was presented a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition for the exception care and outstanding community service provided by the organization.  “It is an honor to recognize Hospice of Hilo for their community involvement,” said Congresswoman Gabbard, “This facility is truly a model for the exceptional care offered to our citizens.  Thank you for helping families in their time of need.”

 

“Honor Flight: One Last Mission” – Hawaii Premiere and Reception at Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor

Honoring those who have served, Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor has announced a special Memorial Day observance Friday, May 24 with the Hawaii premiere screening of the movie Honor Flight: One Last Mission. A reception honoring veterans is at 5:30pm; the screening of Honor Flight is at 6:30pm. The event is free for Museum Members and Volunteers; $25 for non-members.

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The acclaimed documentary film Honor Flight: The Last Mission is the story of four living WWII veterans and the community that gave them the trip of a lifetime to Washington, D.C. to visit the memorial constructed to honor them, nearly 60 years after the war. The Los Angeles Times calls it, “enormously moving.”

Seating capacity is limited to 200 for each screening. Reservations for the May 24 evening event are required by May 17. RSVP, tickets, and all information are online at PacificAviationMuseum.org. Call 808-441-1007 or email  Education@PacficAviationMuseum for more information.