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Please join me for my annual making strides for breast cancer walk

Aloha All,

I am hoping you can join me or support me in this important cause.

As you know it is a passion of mine to find a cure for Breast Cancer so future generations do not have to endure the pain and horrible effect of this disease.

The walk is on Saturday, October 21, 2017 at Ke`ehi Lagoon Beach Park in Honolulu.

This will also qualify you for the 3rd Wellness Challenge!

I want to thank those of you who joined me in past years and I hope you can join me again.  If you did not join me last year, I hope you will consider joining me this year or supporting me or our team!

I have a pink ribbon pin for the first 7 people that join me.

I have pink wrist bands for the first 8 people that donate to our team.

If you raise or donate $25 to your walk by Sept 9 you will receive a pink "Hope Hero" cape to wear at the event.

Remember “Real Men Wear Pink” too!



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Making Strides for Breast Cancer Event

Aloha All,

As you know, our current Wellness Challenge to is participate in a Walk/Run/Ride event.

With this in mind I just signed up for the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk. The American Cancer Society is a leader in helping to finish the fight against breast cancer. They are doing the most to help those touched by breast cancer in every community today and are working to find cures to end the disease tomorrow. By walking in and fundraising for the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk, I’m doing my part to help finish the fight.

As you all know this is a cause that is near and dear to my heart.  I know all of you know someone who has been affected by Breast Cancer!

Why am I telling you this? Because I want you to join me as a walker for this powerful, noncompetitive event that raises funds and awareness to end breast cancer. You can also help by supporting me with a donation of $5, $25, $50, or more to help me reach my fundraising goal!

A gift of just $50 could provide four rides to or from treatment for a cancer patient. Through the American Cancer Society Road To Recovery® program , volunteer drivers provide transportation to and from treatment for patients who need it.

Please consider walking with me or supporting me with a donation.  I set the team goal as only $100 so we are sure to make our goal, but if you wish to join me and set a personal goal, even if you do not reach the goal you can still participate.  There is no fee to register.

Thank you in advance for your support, and helping us to finish the fight!



Do Good, Have Fun Haleiwa Beach Cleanup - Thank you!

On Saturday, Nathan and I, along with our other halves, attended the "Do Good, Have Fun" beach cleanup in Haleiwa, HI...that's on the North Shore for you townies.

Haleiwa is a small town. So much so that the Chamber of Commerce was reviewing the list of attendees when one name stuck out. A local contractor who also happens to be my sweetie pie. I showed up to his house on Friday night and he mentioned that they had given him a call to see if he could help them build a fence during the work day. He of course agreed.

On cleanup morning we arrived right at 8, registered and dressed in our best orange traffic cone-esque provided shirts, and our first task to to strip out the sticks and caution tape that constituted the current "fence." They were replaced with fence posts and netting, to keep visitors out of dangerous area near the bathrooms where the concrete was crumbling.

Once finished, we grabbed our trash bags and gloves and headed out to pick up trash. Nathan and Hanul appeared and we joked about the all inclusive list on which we were to check the kinds of trash we cleared from the beach. Luckily we didn't actually find any tampons so we didn't have to check off that box! But we did pick up 1,000+ cigarette butts, probably another 1,000 bottle caps and countless other bags of trash. By the time we headed back, it was around 10:30/11 and the group was almost finished with the process of packing up. It's funny, I didn't realize it ended at 10 so luckily our bags were full and we needed to head in and found out. We dropped off our garbage quickly then went home to grab my ID so we could attend the after party. The Proud Peacock sponsored the event, which is a new restaurant located in Waimea Valley. It was am amazing spread of food, from salad to sandwich sliders and mac salad and cookies and 3, count 'em, 3 beers apiece! I had my limit at 2 ;)

All in all, it was another successful HIC day at the beach. We can't wait to do it again! Thank you to the Adopt a Beach Program, Bud Light and the North Shore Chamber of Commerce. See our photo gallery for some pictures of the day.


Hours Total: 12