Howard Dashefsky, former news anchor for KHNL-8 in Hawai‘i, will serve as master of ceremonies and preside over the morning events.
Other activities include a Keiki Dash on Wailea Beach immediately following the run/walk.
Locks of Love will be on hand to “harvest” pony tails 10 inches or longer, which will be made into hairpieces and wigs for children going through cancer treatments.
Support cancer research and patient care on Saturday, Nov. 6, during a “moving” benefit in Wailuku.
A traditional Hawaiian canoe ceremony will begin on Wailea Beach following a continental breakfast for all event participants on the Oceanfront Lawn. The public is invited to attend the canoe ceremony as the paddlers voyage beyond the reef for an emotional memorial dedicated to loved ones lost to cancer.
Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea has raised nearly $2.5 million for cancer research and services in Hawai‘i and is the American Cancer Society’s largest corporate contributor in the state.
For information on Day of Hope, contact Peggy Martin at 874-8000, ext. 2573, or visit www.dayofhopemaui.com.