September 6: Volunteer Appreciation Day at Kualoa Ranch

Historic Hawai‘i Foundation recognized the extraordinary support and assistance of its volunteers with a fun, family-friendly day at Kualoa Ranch. HHF staff, volunteers and their guests enjoyed Makahiki-style games and crafts and an HHF trivia game testing everyone’s knowledge about Hawai‘i’s well- and lesser-known historic sites while inciting a bit of friendly competition. There was ample time for strolling through the petting zoo, visiting the history museum and enjoying the beautiful views of the Ko‘olau Range and Mokoli‘i (aka Chinaman’s Hat). A guided Movie Site and Ranch Tour on colorful ranch buses capped off the day, alternately enchanting and enthralling guests with movie film sites and memorabilia, WWII history and grazing pastoral cows. Mahalo nui loa to John Morgan and the Kualoa Ranch staff for creating a wonderful experience for our guests. Most of all, thank you to all of our volunteers: more than 85 people contributed 379 hours of time to support historic preservation activities in Hawai‘i in the past year!


2014-12-19T23:25:49+00:00 December 19th, 2014|Categories: Events - Past|