Filipino World War II veterans and surviving family members are being urged to register so they can receive long-overdue recognition of their service during the War in the Pacific.
AARP Hawaii is pleased to present three events for family caregivers and residents preparing to care for their aging loved ones. The events will be held in Kona (3/26), Kahului (3/27) and Honolulu (3/28) and are intended to familiarize residents with community resources and supports needed to care for older friends and family members – and plan for their own future needs as well.
AARP is proud to celebrate Filipino American history and culture at the Asian Art Museum's annual festival featuring art displays, music, dance, stories, and other performances. The theme of this year's festival, Farms to Tables: Filipino Americans Then and Now, represents the past, present, and future of Filipino Americans in California who shape the farm-labor movement and influence culinary traditions.
Longtime Filipino community leader Geminiano (Toy) Arre has been appointed to AARP Hawaii’s Executive Council, the all-volunteer advisory board that shapes the 148,000-member organization’s strategic direction in Hawaii.
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