Funeral Services Set For Princess Regina Kawānanakoa

FUNERAL SERVICES SET FOR PRINCESS REGINA KAWĀNANAKOA HONOLULU, Hawai‘i – Her Royal Highness Princess Regina Abigail Mary Wahīika‘ahu‘ula Keōpūolani Kawānanakoa of the House of Kawānanakoa died on December 10, 2016 at the age of 69 at her home in East O‘ahu. Born in Honolulu, Princess Regina, the eldest daughter of the late Prince Edward Kawānanakoa and Lila de Clark Whitaker Kawānanakoa, a direct descendent of Kaua‘i’s King Kaumuali‘i and the great-great-granddaughter of 19th century industrialist James Campbell. She is survived by her mother Lila de Clark Whitaker Kawānanakoa of Mexico; her son, HRH Prince Erik Linstrom Kawānanakoa of Texas; three grandchildren, HRH Prince Nicholas, HRH Pri

Joyful Heart Launches New Hawaiʻi Says NO MORE PSA Campaign Featuring Local Talent

JOYFUL HEART LAUNCHES NEW HAWAIʻI SAYS NO MORE PSA CAMPAIGN FEATURING LOCAL TALENT HONOLULU, Hawai‘i – Locally and nationally recognized musicians, television personalities, athletes, cultural practitioners, and community leaders have joined forces launched a campaign today to raise much-needed visibility and awareness about the issues of domestic violence and sexual assault across the state in a dramatic new series of public service announcements released today by the Joyful Heart Foundation. The Hawai’i Says NO MOREPSA campaign was directed by Mariska Hargitay, produced by Joyful Heart in partnership with Hawai‘i News Now, as well as creative partners Wall-to-Wall Studios, Tony Novak-Cliff

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