Tommy Kakesako Hall

50 Guests

Built in 1986, this 1,656 square foot hall features a kitchenette, video monitors, Wi-fi access and air conditioning. It is used for a variety of activities, including club meetings, training, health clinics and church events. The hall is named after Tommy Kakesako, who was a member of the famed 442nd Regimental Combat Team during World War II, and a close friend of many politicians and prominent residents who served with him. Tommy provided the leadership and drive that established the Hawaiʻi chapter of Disabled American Veterans (DAV) and the Keʻehi Lagoon Memorial. “We served together in the war and also after the war”, said U.S. Sen. Daniel Inouye, “He was the guiding light and the spark plug for Disabled American Veterans, and the Keehi Lagoon development has his fingerprints. All the buildings can be traced to his efforts.”

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