Hui, aloha e Ikaika. Quick question, I have a cousin Lenora aka Lenny Coston who was married to a Ted Hussey from Kaneohe. Might he be part of your Ohana? Great guy, miss his presence. Malama pono a hui hou aloha mai e.
Raising Of First 50-Star Flag in Hawaii Re-Enacted
Gov. Linda Lingle was at Hickam Air Force Base late this morning to participate in a re-enactment of raising the first 50-star U.S. flag in Hawai'i.
Although Hawai'i became a state in August 1959, custom and law dictate that the addition of a star to signify a new state must take place on July 4 the following year.
On July 4, 1960, a 50-star American flag was raised for the first time over Poland Springs, Maine, the eastern-most point in the United States.
The same flag was then flown by jet to Hawai'i where it was raised at 4:30 p.m. by Airman Second Class John Psencik, who later presented the flag to then-Gov. William Quinn.
ALOHA Kakou, e Hawaii, Notice that on July 4, 1960 is the Date. Not January 23. Is it that too many Hawaiian Flags are flying in the Face of Lingle? Why does Lingle needs to Raise the Dead Issue of the 50th Star American Flag? Long Live The Hawaiian Kingdom, o Pomaikaiokalani
Aloha Braddah, Mahalo for the Job Board...any updates for 2009??? Seriously looking and needing a job. Kala mai that one of your postings caused such a ruccus. SOOOOO not, the venue for it, as many of us need work, do not live with our parents, do not live on Hawaiian Homes, and have children to feed, necessity bills to pay. To know "him" is to love "him"...it's a phase, I think. Aloha mai for your hard work.
Mahaloz for the add... I just love it here, just us locals!! That is how it suppose to be right?!? Better than the myspace thing. So over it.... Have a good one and take care and be safe. *Kililani
Once again, congratulations on your graduation from UH. many success and happiness for you and your family. I'm so proud of your accomplishments and activism within our community. Mahalo in all you do and keep up the good work.
Vegasi s shity I am so ready to come back home i been living here for almost 6 yrs and never been back home yet....lol
well i heard of this site from UNKAUINOA people...
so it looks and sounded cool so i came on by...lol
well what of kaneohe u from? i lived across hawaiian veteren cemetary..
yeah were family for sure! my grandpa is william Hussey of Niuli'i and me 8th generation in this village. if you ever come out to visit we restored the family taro patch close to keokea named Kukui.
How awesome your page is connecting you to family.im always happy to find relatives with are name.
Aloha 'Ikaika! Nana wau i ke ki'i'oni'oni 'o Noho Hewa. Aue! I was wondering, I think there should be a follow up forum for this film to discuss kind of "What's next?" Just a thought. A Hawaiian woman audience member proclaimed at the viewing, "This is so *&^%$# up, what can I do?" I feel like there should be some kind of large community gathering for all the causes of the Hawaiian movement, farmers, community members, viewers of Noho Hewa to discuss how we may support each other, how to get involved and how to move forward together. i believe now more than ever is the time to educate and act together. I don't know, just a thought. I still have your money too:) When I see you again, I'll give it to you.
Malama na 'aina, malama na 'iwi kupuna, malama kekahi i kekahi-