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Pilares' fingerprints all over gift to child ID program

For Wednesday, July 4, 2012

By Dave Reardon

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 04, 2012

~~<p>As adults, many of us can now laugh about being "lost" for a few minutes as a child. That includes Kealoha Pilares, who grew up the youngest of three siblings.</p>
<p>"All the time," recalled the Carolina Panthers kick returner and receiver from Damien and the University of Hawaii. "I was that little kid who would go hide in the clothes racks (at stores). But when you play hide and seek and no one seeks, it gets a little scary."</p>
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As adults, many of us can now laugh about being "lost" for a few minutes as a child. That includes Kealoha Pilares, who grew up the youngest of three siblings.

"All the time," recalled the Carolina Panthers kick returner and receiver from Damien and the University of Hawaii. "I was that little kid who would go hide in the clothes racks (at stores). But when you play hide and seek and no one seeks, it gets a little scary." Login for more...



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