Capt. Gregory Thomas, Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard Commander, and Research Institute for Hawaii.USA Founding President Christopher Haig display the Liberty Award presented to the Shipyard by the institute.
Research Institute Founding President Christopher Damon Haig presented a $76,000 check to help support the educational research on the Shipyard's US Centennial Celebration.
called on the audience, which included Shipyard employees and officers as well as dignitaries from the State Legislature, Bishop Museum
, past Liberty Award recipients, and Hawaii Business and Civic leaders to:
Complementing the Liberty Awards evening was a presentation by the Research Institute's Founding President Christopher Damon Haig with a $76,000 contribution towards more educational research for Pearl Harbor Shipyard's Centennial Celebration in May 2008!
welcomed additional contributions from other U.S. citizens, who are able to give to these patriotic causes.
Christopher Haig (far right), founder and past president of the Research Institute for Hawaii.USA, presents a $76,000 check as "seed money" to Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard nonprofit organizations to help prepare for the Shipyard's Centennial in 2008.