Celebration 2013 Pictures

Day 1 - October 16th, 2013 
HPR's General Assignment Reporter Molly Solomon and HPR's News Director Bill Dorman getting ready to go on the air. Volunteers at the ready... all they need is you!
 Some of the yummy food donated to us to help fuel the volunteers during the drive.HPR-2 Volunteers
 HPR's Nick Yee puts new information on the board for the next shift of volunteers. Cash on the mic at the top of the Drive.
Day 2 - October 17th, 2013 
A volunteer holds up a white board explaining why she loves HPR. "I Love HPR... Beacause it keeps me super informed"
In-between on air breaks, the volunteers catch up on local news.
Chef Marco Elder from Brasserie Du Vin loves HPR because of the programs.  Honolulu Museum of Art's Executive Director, Stephan Jost joins HPR News Director Bill Dorman on the air on HPR-2.
Volunteers from Adon Solar showing their love for HPR HPR's General Manager Michael Titterton and HPR's Hawaii Island reporter Sherry Bracken on the air with Kristine Altweis from Hawaii International Child
 An HPR1 phone volunetter letting us know she loves Wait Wait! Don't Tell Me and the  calssical music. 
Day 3 - October 18, 2013 
One of our great phone volunteers taking time in-between calls during Science Friday to tell us her favorite show.Michael Titterton and Rosemary Fazio (left) sitting across the mics from Carroll Taylor and Carole Richelieu at HPR1's pledge table 
 Laura, a phone volunteer during The Real Deal, enjoys the great dinner provided Volunteer, Tom Luna, answring a call in HPR1
While the show is on, Volunteer Host Jon Alan and Listener Events Coordinator Gwen Palagi hang out and chat with guests   The whole crew at the end of a great night of fundraising for The Real Deal.
Day 4 - October 19, 2013 
It's member supported Hawaii Public Radio! The lovely ladies of Hawaii Craftsmen answering the phones for Saturday programming on HPR2!
"Looks like all lines are busy" Michael Titterton and Howard Dicus on the air in HPR1 during Saturday Weekend Edition
 Day 5 - October 20, 2013 
Annette loves HPR because it keeps her out of trouble! Volunteers Laura and Greg in between calls in HPR2
Aaron Mahi and Kimpo Stone from the Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame in the studios turning Kanikapila Sunday into a kanikapila!After Aaron and Kimo, Jeff Peterson came by to play a few tunes and show his support for HPR2! 
I love HPR becasue HPR "hearts" my EMTPromotions Director Judy Neale and Arts and Culture Reporter Noe Tanigawa discuss the need of supporting public radio on HPR1.