Honolulu fundraiser to help out ail­ing North Shore tot

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monary artery,” said Hau­nani. “This op­tion would al­low for a longer pe­riod of time be­fore she would re­quire an­other pro­ce­dure. Luck­ily the sur­geon de­cided she was a good can­di­date for the patch. She will now, hope­fully, be fine for the next 10 years. She will need to see her car­di­ol­o­gist reg­u­larly and will be on med­i­ca­tion for a lit­tle while. She is now in in­ten­sive care and do­ing very well.”

To help pay the mount­ing med­i­cal bills, the Friends of Ke­hau Sul­li­van will host an Aloha Jam Ben­e­fit from 4 to l0 p.m. March 5 at Hard Rock Cafe with a si­lent auc­tion and some of Hawaii’s best mu­si­cians do­nat­ing their time and tal­ent. Do­na­tion is $15 at the door, and all pro­ceeds will go to Ke­hau’s Med­i­cal Fund with an ad­di­tional do­na­tion from the fam­ily to Ron­ald McDon­ald House Char­i­ties.

For more about Ke­hau’s fundraiser, visit www.friend­sofke­hausul­li­van.com.

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