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Beach Course has $30 special

WAIKOLOA, HAWAII >> The Beach Course at Waikoloa Beach Resort is celebrating its 30th anniversary by offering a $30 special for residents of Hawaii.

The rate applies to play on the resort’s Beach and Kings’ courses Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

To get the reduced rate, call the golf shop and mention the anniversary special. To book tee times, call 886-7888 or visit www.waikoloa­

Mango mania hits Moana Surfrider

The magnificent mango will be the center of attention from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 9 during the the third annual “Mangoes at the Moana” at the Moana Surfrider.

The event will include a mango recipe contest, farmers market and a “Mango Throw Down” featuring local celebrity executive chefs in a friendly cooking competition using mango as the main ingredient.

For a complete schedule of the day’s events, visit


Historical tours are free for kids

Children ages 11 and under can experience history for free on six Pearl Harbor tours operated by Polynesian Adventure Tours – Gray Line Hawaii.

The “Kids Go Free” special is good for the rest of the year and applies to children ages 11 and under. The complimentary offer is good for one child per paid accompanying adult, and can be applied to the following tours:

>> Pearl Harbor, Arizona Memorial and Punchbowl National Cemetery of the Pacific (value of $23)

>> Battleship Missouri Memorial, USS Arizona Memorial and Pearl Harbor (value of $42)

>> Pacific Aviation Museum, USS Arizona Memorial and Pearl Harbor (value of $38)

>> Pearl Harbor Heroes Adventure Tour (value of $57)

>> Pearl Harbor, Circle Island Tour (value of $44)

>> Grand Circle Island, Kualoa Ranch and Dole Pineapple Plantation Tour (value of $45)

For more information, visit or call 833-3000.


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