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HHHRC's Tiny Float Takes Second Place!

Mahalo to those who voted for HHHRC's entry into Honolulu Pride's 2021 Tiny Floats Parade. We are grateful to receive Second Place.

"Everything used was found through thrifting and repurposed to celebrate PRIDE. It represents the ingenuity, creativity, and perseverance of our community--all qualities many LGBTQIA+ persons must possess to survive and overcome systemic discrimination," said HHHRC Community Relations Manager Andrew Ogata, who organized our entry.

Congratulations to the Rotary E-Club of Hawai'i for their First Place finish!

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