HONOLULU — The Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor will hold its annual gala on Saturday, Dec. 5. This year’s theme is “For Love of Country — Pass It On.”
Music, dining, auctions, special guests, and an atmosphere that takes one back in time will turn the museum’s WWII Hangar 79 — its windows still riddled with holes from bullets fired on Dec. 7, 1941 during the attack on Pearl Harbor — into a ballroom.
Marc and Janice Mondavi, owners of CK Mondavi Family Vineyards, will unveil Mondavi’s newest Diving Rod selections, donating all wines featured throughout the night. Also joining the evening’s festivities will be special guests David Hartman, the original Good Morning America host, Col. Bud Anderson, American Fighter Ace, and celebrity auctioneer Tom “Spanky” Assiter, whose auctions are broadcast regularly on cable network.