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For Sunday, November 4, 2012


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LAST UPDATED: 12:35 a.m. HST, Nov 04, 2012

Eddie Brampton, 1, bobbed along the shore of Ala Moana Beach Park while on an outing with his father, Chris, on Wednesday.
Gina Cuneo, took an eye test in the Project Vision booth November 1 at the American Diabetes Association Hawaii's Awareness Fair at Tamarind Park.
American Diabetes Association manager Julie Nguyen handed out big red hands at a diabetes awareness fair November 1 at Tamarind Park.
Jessica Rougee of HMAA gave a blood pressure test to Val Shull November 1 at the American Diabetes Association Hawaii's Awareness Fair at Tamarind Park.
Technician Diana Le Huynh took photos of Gor Barut's eyes in the Project Vision booth of the American Diabetes Association Hawaii's Awareness Fair held at Tamarind Park on November 1. The photos were then examined by Dr. Mark E. Tajoya of the Retina Institute of Hawaii.
Dr. Mark E. Tafoya of Retina Institute of Hawaii examined pictures of people's eyes on his iPad at the American Diabetes Association Hawaii's Awareness Fair held at Tamarind Park on November 1.
Chuck Baker and his son, Mike, assembled a bicycle at Dole Cannery on Nov. 3, 2012, as part of the Toys for Tots donation program which distributes toys to children in need during the holidays. The Bakers volunteered with about 40 others to assemble 180 bicycles which was distributed by local non-profit organizations in conjunction with the Salvation Army. The volunteers included members of the Toys for Tots program and and BAE employees and their families.
An opaque curtain of water covered Hawaii’s Sunny Garcia during his HIC Sunset Pro heat on Monday.
HALLOWEEN LEFTOVERS: Two-year-old Waverley Lindeman, left, and Jeremy Koch, 2, watched as hippos consumed a pumpkin Sunday at the Hono­lulu Zoo in Waikiki. Aloun Farms donated about 7,000 pounds of unused pumpkins from their patches to be used as feed for various zoo animals, defraying the costs of feed for the animals.
Two-year-old Jeremy Koch, right, watched as a hippo consumed a pumpkin underwater on Sunday at the Honolulu Zoo in Waikiki.
Two-year-old Jeremy Koch, right, watches as hippos consume a pumpkin at the Honolulu Zoo in Waikiki.
Two-year-old Waverley Lindeman, left, and Jeremy Koch, also 2, watch as hippos consume a pumpkin at the Honolulu Zoo.
Indian elephant Vaigai feasts on a pumpkin at the Honolulu Zoo in Waikiki.
Detail shot of Indian elephant Mari's trunk as she devours a pumpkin at the Honolulu Zoo in Waikiki.
Michael Moefu of Aloun Farms sorts through pumpkins at the Honolulu Zoo.
Elephant keeper Jennifer Hansen hauled a pumpkin to be consumed by resident elephants Vaigai, left, and Mari on Sunday at the Honolulu Zoo in Waikiki. Aloun Farms donated about 7,000 pounds of unused pumpkins from their patches to be used as feed for various zoo animals, defraying the costs of feed for the animals.
CEREMONY FOR A SAINT: Mamo Hawaii Les Correa, front, and Alii Charles Tilton of the Royal Order of Kamehameha I lifted the maile-covered reliquary containing a relic of Saint Marianne Cope as they prepared to carry it onto the grounds of Iolani Palace on Sunday for the Interfaith-Civic Ceremony in honor of her canonization. The ceremony began with a welcome prayer by Bishop Larry Silva of the diocese of Hono­lulu.
Mamo Hawaii Les Correa, front, and Alii Charles Tilton of the Royal Order of Kamehameha I carried the maile-covered reliquary containing a relic of Saint Marianne Cope onto the grounds of Iolani Palace on Sunday for the Interfaith-Civic Ceremony in honor of her canonization.
Alii Charles Tilton, second from the left, and Mamo Hawaii Les Correa, second from the right, of the Royal Order of Kamehameha I carry the maile covered Reliquary box that contains the relic of Saint Marianne Cope onto the grounds of Iolani Palace.
Alii Charles Tilton, left, and Mamo Hawaii Les Correa of the Royal Order of Kamehameha I place the maile covered Reliquary box that contains the relic of Saint Marianne Cope onto a table on the Iolani Palace Coronation Pavilion for the Interfaith/Civic Ceremony in Honor of her canonization.





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