Welcome to the 12th Annual Fundraising Gala that supports the mission of the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum. We enthusiastically welcome your support and attendance at this year’s fantastic, "For Love of Country" commemorative Gala to support the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum.
This single annual event held on December 8, 2018 is the Museum’s largest fundraiser of the year, and is a spectacular evening filled with generosity, passion, love and gratitude for those who so courageously and selflessly gave of themselves for our country.
The evening will offer a superb dining experience, sensational entertainment, celebrity guest, and a silent and live auction that will offer many wonderful items including travel excursions to exotic destinations around the world, fine dining, jewelry, antiques, original artwork, and much more.
So please join us on the Red Carpet as we enter into Ford Island’s historic WWII Hangar 79 for this Gala evening surrounded by vintage airplanes.
For Love of Country Annual Gala 2018
Saturday, December 8, 2018
Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum
Ford Island is a Military Installation and as such requires Military Identification to enter the base. If you do not have Military Identification please be prepared to provide your Full Name, Date of Birth, and last four digits of your SSN for yourself and each guest not possessing Military Identification or notify JoBeth Marihugh at 808-892-3345 / JoBeth.Marihugh@pacificaviationmuseum.org NO LATER THAN NOVEMBER 15TH, 2018.
Rick and Teresa Price
Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum
For Love of Country Annual Gala
December 8, 2018
Rick and Teresa Price are both retired United States Naval Officers with combined service of more than 47 years. Rick hails from Texas originally and Teresa was born and grew up in Wahiawa, Hawaii. They both served in Hawaii in the 1980’s and 90’s where they met and married in 1984. They have made Hawaii their home and are very proud supporters of the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum. Over the years they watched the iconic Ford Island Air Control Tower, Hangars and runways deteriorate, and it appeared that the world would lose these historic landmarks of the day that lives in infamy. Four years ago, they were invited to attend the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum annual fundraising gala held each December. At this event they saw first hand the tremendous energy and hard work being put forth by a dedicated group staff members and volunteers to save this historic American Aviation Battleground. They have been involved in the effort ever since.
They own and operate a successful business in Hawaii that also supports the museum and its efforts.
The mission of Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum is to develop and maintain an internationally recognized aviation museum on Ford Island that educates young and old alike, honors aviators and their support personnel who defended freedom in the Pacific Region and to preserve Pacific aviation history.
Phone: (808) 892-3345
Historic Ford Island, 319 Lexington Boulevard, Honolulu, Hawaii 96818