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Koa‘e Kea party honors members of U.S. military

By Ben Wood

~~<p>U.S. SERVICEMEN and servicewomen were saluted by Koa'e Kea, the organization of retired Hawaiian Airlines hostesses, stewardesses and flight attendants, Saturday at the Ala Moana Hotel. The gals came through with flying colors. Many wore red, white or blue outfits.</p>
<p>Koa'e Kea mainstay and emcee <strong>Hale Ka'ohu Rowland</strong> proudly wore the dog tags of her dad, Master Sgt. <strong>Levi Ka'ohu Jr.</strong>, who served in World War I,</p>
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U.S. SERVICEMEN and servicewomen were saluted by Koa'e Kea, the organization of retired Hawaiian Airlines hostesses, stewardesses and flight attendants, Saturday at the Ala Moana Hotel. The gals came through with flying colors. Many wore red, white or blue outfits.

Koa'e Kea mainstay and emcee Hale Ka'ohu Rowland proudly wore the dog tags of her dad, Master Sgt. Levi Ka'ohu Jr., who served in World War I, Login for more...



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