The Pacific Aviation Museum in Pearl Harbor plans to open an exhibit on Pan American World Airways next month.
Artifacts and memorabilia from the airline's early years in 1930s and 1940s and from beginning of the jet age in the 1960s are expected to be featured in the displays.
Uniforms, original posters, signs, and navigation tools are among the items expected to be shown. The exhibit is designed to change and grow as more artifacts are contributed by friends of the now defunct airline.
The exhibit is scheduled to open on Oct. 22.
The Honolulu Community College website, PacificAerospace.org, says Pan Am flew first commercial flight from the mainland to Hawaii in April 1935. The M-130 Flying boat made the trip in 17 hours and 14 minutes.
Monday, September 19, 2011
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Walt Disney Imagineers have created a new resort called Aulani, a place celebrating Hawaiian history, culture and artwork, on the western shores Oahu in Ko Olina. It opens Aug. 29 and is hiring people now. Aulani in Hawaiian means the messenger of a chief. The 21-acre resort has 460 Disney vacation villas; 359 hotel rooms; a spa and fitness center; three pools and a floating stream; a children’s water recreation area; and a marine preserve and private reef. Some pools even have wheelchair access as well. To find out about job openings, go to aulani.disneyparks.jobs.
The Annual American Cancer Society Relay for Life Koolauloa invites all community members to participate in the fight against cancer. BYUHSA will be there to help and support. The event is taking place Friday, May 27, at Hauula Elementary School from 5:30 p.m. until 6 a.m.
Aside from selling it, giving it away or trashing it, there has been very little that students could do to get rid of their stuff at the end of each semester/term—until now. Last semester, recent graduate Kelly Nelson organized and ran the very first BYUH Give And Take Event. On day one of the event, April 11, students brought their items, and on April 12, a line of people came to look at and “take” donated items. Nelson is working on organizing a Give And Take Event for the Spring Term. Instead of having a single day for donations, Nelson hopes to devote an entire week for the “give” portion of the event.
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
The BYUH Third Stake presidency announced boundary changes and new bishoprics for the 10th and 11th Wards last Sunday. Those living on Laie Point to the left stop sign, at the top of Anemoku Street, will now attend BYUH 11th ward, while those to the right will continue going to BYUH 10th ward. The 11th ward’s new bishop is Fehi Niutupuivaha, and his counselors are Nihi Napoleon and Tai Vuniwai. The 10th ward’s new bishop is Aaron Keo, joined by Kawika Vendiola and Spencer Hannemann.
Research associateships give students research skills and help them develop experience in their chosen fields of study. Participating students are employed up to 10 hours a week for their own research or to aid in faculty research. Funds are available for students to travel and present research findings. For more information contact 808-675-3702.