Take The Sun to ... Washington, D.C.

January 22, 2014 

Sookil and Maggie Kim; Glenda and Ken Apaka; and Sharlene and Dave Rohde, who all live in Houston County, took The Sun News to Washington D.C. They are shown at the King Kamehameha statue located in the U.S. Capitol. The Kims and Apakas live in Warner Robins and the Rohdes live in Kathleen. They also went to Annapolis, Md., for the University of Hawaii vs. Navy football game.

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