Thursday May 26, 2016
75TH COMMEMORATION OF THE ATTACK ON PEARL HARBOR – HONORING THE PAST, INSPIRING THE FUTURE
The December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor precipitated America’s entrance into the global conflict of World War II. As the 75th anniversary of the event approaches, The 75th Commemoration of Pearl Harbor Committee plans to honor the sacrifice and dedication of our “Greatest Generation,” educate the public on the events and the impacts generated, and inspire a brighter future in our relationships not only with other nations, but also between and among all people.
Join PATA Hawai’i Chapter as Ray L’Heureux, President and CEO of the Pacific Historic Parks, and Tony Vericella, President of Island Partners, present an update on the many events leading up to and surrounding the 75th Commemoration – including the 2016 Honolulu Marathon – and how the industry can help.
Cost for lunch:
$47 – PATA Members
$55 – Non-members
$329 table of seven (7)
11:30 a.m. – Registration
12 noon – 1:30 p.m. Lunch and Presentation
Please RSVP by Monday May 23, 2016. We look forward to seeing you there!