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HONOLULU (AP) — The Latest on President Barack Obama's annual two-week vacation in Hawaii (all times local):
President Barack Obama, his family and some friends are spending the afternoon at a beach at a marine corps base near his Hawaii vacation rental.
Thursday's beach outing comes after rain showers subsided.
Obama started the day at the Kaneohe Bay base, where he worked out a gym.
The first family are spending their annual two-week winter vacation on the island of Oahu, where Obama was born.
President Barack Obama is starting the sixth day of his Hawaii vacation at the gym for a workout.
The president's motorcade left the first family's vacation rental home in Kailua amidst scattered rain showers. On the short drive to a Marine base gym in Kaneohe, he was greeted by a few small groups of waving on-lookers.
The first family is spending its annual two-week winter vacation on the island of Oahu in Obama's home state.
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