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Display will honor children 'in heaven'

By Nancy Arcayna

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Nov 27, 2012

~~<p>Angels will be watching over this year's Honolulu City Lights festivities as part of a new display designed to help those grieving from the loss of a child.</p>
<p>Four 6- to 8-foot-tall angel figures, made with plywood and paint, will be holding on to kites containing messages from local families to their children &quot;in heaven,&quot; and onlookers will be able to pose for photos with a fifth angel. The backdrop, painted with clouds and a sunset, is about 20 feet across and 8 feet tall and will be set up between Honolulu Hale and Mission Memorial Auditorium.</p>
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Angels will be watching over this year's Honolulu City Lights festivities as part of a new display designed to help those grieving from the loss of a child.

Four 6- to 8-foot-tall angel figures, made with plywood and paint, will be holding on to kites containing messages from local families to their children "in heaven," and onlookers will be able to pose for photos with a fifth angel. The backdrop, painted with clouds and a sunset, is about 20 feet across and 8 feet tall and will be set up between Honolulu Hale and Mission Memorial Auditorium. Login for more...



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