Alfred Los Banos Hall

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The Alfred Los Banos Hall is one of the orginal park buildings, dating back to 1968. It was originally as an outdoor pavillion erected to support youth activities and campers as the park grew in popularity during the late 1960s. That pavillion was eventually enclosed, creating the 2,920 square foot hall we have today. Alfred Los Banos Hall is a popular venue for family gatherings, organization meetings and church services. The hall includes a full kitchen. A nearby pavillion can be used for outdoor grilling. The building is named after Alfred Los Banos. He was an important veteran activist and Filipino community leader. Alfred Los Banos retired from the Army in 1950 with a Bronze Star and Purple Heart. Senator Daniel Inouye called him “a close friend”. President Clinton appointed hime to serve on the American Battle Monuments Commission.

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