Leslie and Geoff Miasnik of Honolulu stopped by the Aloha Cafe in Newport, R.I., in November. The cafe is part of the Seamen’s Church Institute. Founded in 1834, the institute is the largest mariners service agency in North America. Proceeds from Aloha Cafe help support community meals programs for mariners in need.
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Wonder if I should take I-pad picture of a side street sign that shows the name “Hawaii” on Pacific Place street in the town of Aliso Viejo, California and submit same.? There are many Hawaii terms used in Orange County, California if one looks for them.