Wednesday, May 12, 1999

100 Who Made A Difference


Set aside the hoopla over the Y2K computer bug.

What the year 2000 really offers is a time to reflect on how we got here and where we want to go -- individually, and as a society.

The Honolulu Star-Bulletin invites you to nominate people who've made a difference in Hawaii over the last century, for a special millennium-ending countdown of “100 Who Made A Difference.” They can be people who fought controversial battles in public or worked behind the scenes in any field -- community service, education, politics, law, labor, medicine, science, business, sports, entertainment, the arts.

All that matters is that they had a profound, lasting impact on Hawaii.

To make a nomination, send in the coupon below. If you want to nominate more than one person, please photocopy the coupon and use one for each nominee.

Honorees will be selected by Star-Bulletin editors. Look for the results starting in August.

Deadline for nominations: June 27.

Your name:

Your nomination:

Address of nominee:

Work and home telephone numbers:

Here is the reason for my nomination:

Your work and home numbers:

Send e-mail nominations to

or mail them to:
100 Who Made a Difference,
Honolulu Star-Bulletin,
P.O. Box 3080,
Honolulu, Hawaii 96802

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