Honolulu fundraiser to help out ailing North Shore tot
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.