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"We Are Young Men of This Country"

June 10th, 2013

Come celebrate King Kamehameha Day!

FOR IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE
May 27, 2013
Contact:
Blake M. Nuibe
Ph. 596-sing (7464)
info@honoluluboychoir.org
The Honolulu Boy Choir
presents its 39th annual Spring concert
"We Are Young Men of This Country"
celebrating and honoring former
United States Senator Daniel K. Akaka
June 11, 2013 - Tuesday (Kamehameha Day)
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.  Concert starts at 7:00 p.m.
Central Union Church - Sanctuary
1660 South Beretania St.   Honolulu, HI  96826
Color Guard flag presentation by
St. Louis School JROTC
Special Guests
Maleko, Emcee
Mihana Souza & Friends
Dr. Kalani Brady
Kenny Endo's Taiko Center of the Pacific Youth Group
Frank Delima
Come celebrate King Kamehameha Day!
No admission charge.  Freewill offering.
The Honolulu Boy Choir is an island tradition and favorite entertaining Hawai'i and the world since 1974.  Over the past 39 years, the Choir has a remarkable record of growth and significant achievements locally, nationally, and internationally.  The Choir is renowned for its beautiful voices, unique songs and dances, cheerful and expressive smiles, blue shirt with fresh floral leis, and signature bare feet.  It provides a tuition-free musical education and character building program for the youth of the community.

The Honolulu Boy Choir presents its 39th annual Spring concert on June 11, 2013, Tuesday (Kamehameha Day).

Doors open at 6:30 p.m.  Concert starts at 7:00 p.m.

Central Union Church - Sanctuary

1660 South Beretania St.   Honolulu, HI  96826

Color Guard flag presentation by

St. Louis School JROTC

Special Guests-

Maleko, Emcee

Mihana Souza & Friends

Dr. Kalani Brady

Kenny Endo's Taiko Center of the Pacific Youth Group

Frank Delima

No admission charge.  Freewill offering.

The Honolulu Boy Choir is an island tradition and favorite entertaining Hawai'i and the world since 1974.  Over the past 39 years, the Choir has a remarkable record of growth and significant achievements locally, nationally, and internationally.  The Choir is renowned for its beautiful voices, unique songs and dances, cheerful and expressive smiles, blue shirt with fresh floral leis, and signature bare feet.  It provides a tuition-free musical education and character building program for the youth of the community.

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