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Pink Out Hilo Offers Halloween Fun, Raises Breast Cancer Awareness

October 13, 2021, 12:34 PM HST
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The American Cancer Society is hosting a Halloween scavenger hunt to raise breast cancer awareness.

All are invited to join in the hunt on Saturday, Oct. 30, from 8 am to noon. This safe, family-friendly event is intended for people all ages, so bring your family and friends and dress up in your Halloween costumes. This spooky scavenger hunt adventure will take place around Hilo and will feature candy and fun prizes.

Register and complete the scavenger hunt and have your name entered to win a one-night stay at the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel sponsored by KBIG FM. The winner will be announced Monday, Nov. 1 via Facebook and the KBIG FM radio station during the “Morning Drive with Jill & Sasha.”

Turn in your scavenger hunt at the final scavenger spot, take a picture next to the Giant Pink Chair, and pick up a fundraiser drink from Teapresso Bar Hilo.

Enter to win additional prizes for dressing up in pink for breast cancer awareness, or for wearing your “Beautiful Bra.” The Beautiful Bra Contest, also sponsored by the American Cancer Society, offers its winner a one-night staycation at the Westin Hapuna Beach Resort. The contest is already underway and runs through Oct. 30.

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For more information on both the scavenger hunt and the contest, visit www.acsmove.org/pinkoutcolorrunhilo.

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