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Alana McKinney

April 19, 2012

“I was the Charter Vice President of Na Hoaloha ‘Ainahou (the Friends of ‘Ainahou), the non-profit which later became the…

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Linda-Jane Irwin

April 19, 2012

“It has been quite a journey with the Friends as we evolved from Na Hoaloha ‘Ainahou (Friends of ‘Ainahou) to…

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News Release: View Amazing “Images From the Edge” in Free Slideshow at Park

April 19, 2012

On Saturday, April 28, the public is invited to view contestants’ photos in a special multi-image slideshow. The free event starts at 6 p.m. in the park’s Kilauea Visitor Center, with pupus on the lanai.

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Martin LeDuc

April 9, 2012

“I joined the Friends of Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park at their July 4th Silent Auction in 2006.  I have been…

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Linda Quarberg

April 9, 2012

“When we first went to visit ‘Ainahou Ranch, my husband and I decided we wanted to become members of Friends…

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Al Rodgrigues

April 9, 2012

“My continued annual membership in FHVNP is an easy and effective way for me to help in preserving our unique…

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Guido Giacometti & Susan Tius

April 9, 2012

“The volunteers of Friends of Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park always have impressed us with their contributions of time and energy…

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Ken & Patty Kupchak

April 9, 2012

“For 30 years we have lived on the ‘Summit’ of Kilauea and restored our property’s native landscape.  During the 1980s…

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Alan Okinaka

April 9, 2012

“Often, when I hike a trail in Hawai‘i Volcanoes, I find myself staring endlessly into a quiet crater, up into…

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Virginia Goldstein

March 10, 2012

“Why are the Friends of Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park important to me?  Because the national park is a unique place—the…

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Nēnē

February 20, 2012

The nēnē, also known as the Hawaiian goose (Branta sandvicensis) is the only surviving species of goose endemic to the Hawaiian Islands. The official state bird, the nēnē is the rarest goose in the world.

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