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I think ‘Great’ was a good word to apply to this event because it shows the community spirit; it’s about people getting together to do something good. think ‘Great’ was a good word to apply to this event because it shows the community spirit; it’s about a lot of people getting together to do something good for the entire community.” Since 1985, Carole Kai Charities, Inc. has distributed in excess of $9.6 million to such nonprofit groups as National Multiple Sclerosis Society, the military’s department of Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR), United Cerebral Palsy Association and Hawaii High School Athletic Association (HHSAA). The Great Aloha Run also supports the Coalition for Dads, Girl Scout Council, Hawaii Services on Deafness, Leeward Special Olympics, the YMCA and the Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center. “One of our slogans is ‘This is Your Year!’” Onouye says. “If this is your first time, or if you used to do it or can’t run anymore, you can walk it. In other words, join us in any way you can.” Great Aloha Run February 17 Great Aloha Run Expo February 14-16 Vendors will showcase the latest in wellness, sports, health and fitness products and services, as well as workshops, demonstrations, keiki activities, prize giveaways, food and entertainment. For more information, visit greataloharun.com FEBRUARY 2014 InsideOutHawaii.com

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