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Residents honor Kaneohe Beach Park’s place in Hawaiian history

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                                The Department of Parks and Recreation and community members dedicated a storyboard Friday at Kaneohe Beach Park.

    CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM

    The Department of Parks and Recreation and community members dedicated a storyboard Friday at Kaneohe Beach Park.

  • CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Dwight Kanae, left, Leialoha Rocky Kaluhiwa, her son Liko Kaluhiwa and Kawaikapu Hewett dedicated a new storyboard Friday at Naoneala‘a a Kaneohe, also known as Kaneohe Beach Park, which was the site of two historic events in Hawaiian history.

    CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Dwight Kanae, left, Leialoha Rocky Kaluhiwa, her son Liko Kaluhiwa and Kawaikapu Hewett dedicated a new storyboard Friday at Naoneala‘a a Kaneohe, also known as Kaneohe Beach Park, which was the site of two historic events in Hawaiian history.

Hundreds of years ago, Kaneohe Beach Park, also known as Naoneala‘a a Kane­ohe, was the site of two major Hawaiian historic events: a peace­- making ceremony and the marking of a new chief on Oahu. Read more

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