Hawaii Chapter forming

Originally Posted By: gromicko
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NACHI member Herb Cook from California is moving to Hawaii and forming the Hawaii Chapter of NACHI. I think he is currently a CREIA member.


Nick


Originally Posted By: gjohnson
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Ok, Well I will definately be making it out to that meeting…



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Originally Posted By: jremas
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I was taught not to volunteer in the Marines but I will sacrifice time away from my business if NACHI sends me out to Hawaii to help start this chapter.


Ask not what NACHI can do for you, but what you can do for NACHI.

I will sacrifice.


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Originally Posted By: gjohnson
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Jeff,



A fellow Marine... Volunteering is not a good idea there.. Trust me I learned that my first week on the Island......


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The NACHI Foundation
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301-591-9895

Originally Posted By: jonofrey
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Jeff,


Having served at K-bay, I volunteer to walk point.


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Originally Posted By: gjohnson
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I spent about six months at Pearl Harbor… Man the woman, the fun, the scenary… Crap I think I almost forgot to report to duty at leat once or twice a week



Gary (Snicker’s) Johnson - Free NACHOS


The NACHI Foundation


Executive Director


301-591-9895

Originally Posted By: dvalley
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Now I have an excuse to go to Hawaii without the wife…A Business Trip.


Thanks Herb. See you there.
The loau dinner should be great. Don?t forget, the traditional pig must be cooked in hot coals that are buried under the sand.

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Originally Posted By: gjohnson
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Hawaii should be the spot for the annual NACHI Convention



Gary (Snicker’s) Johnson - Free NACHOS


The NACHI Foundation


Executive Director


301-591-9895