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Clinic Set to Spay/Neuter 500–700 Cats; Volunteers Sought

Hui Pono Holoholona is seeking volunteers on Thursday, March 8, 2018, at the Eagles Lodge from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to help with preparations for the upcoming Animal Balance Mash Clinic happening Wednesday through Sunday, March 21 through 25, 2018, in Hilo.

The intent of the clinic is to spay and/or neuter 500 to 700 cats for free.

On Thursday, March 8, volunteers will be cutting and folding surgical drapes, cutting sheets to cover humane traps, and much more.

The Hui is also volunteers to please donate towels and sheets. Volunteers can help out for an hour or two or all day, however they are asked to bring their own lunch.

To find out more information, call (808) 769-1128 or go online. The Eagles Lodge is located across from Kea’au Humane Society on Highway 130.

To find out more about the Animal Balance Program, click here.

3rd Annual Kickball Tournament Seeks Teams

The 3rd Annual Kickball Tournament presented by PARENTS (Providing Awareness Referrals Education Nurturing Therapy Support), will be held the weekend of April 21 and 22, 2018, at the Walter Victor Complex from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The tournament is a benefit to help kick child abuse out of Hawai‘i.

The entry fee is $300 per team until Tuesday, April 3, 2018. The entry fee from Wednesday, April 4 to Saturday, April 14, is $500.

Rally your team, grab your lawn chairs and kicking shoes, along with your family and friends and join the two-day event of double-elimniation kickball.

There will be food, music, entertainment, prizes and a keiki zone.

To find out more about how you can be a sponsor or to register a team, visit online.

If you are interested in volunteer opportunities, or would like to make a donation call (808) 934-9552.

Slideshow of the 2017 Hilo Kickball Tournament:

HPD Continues Investigation of Kamuela Toddler’s Death

Hawaiʻi Island police continue to investigate the death of a 3-year-old boy, which occurred in the South Kohala District.

On July 25, 2017, at 7:18 p.m., police and Hawaiʻi Fire Department personnel responded to a report of an unresponsive 3-year-old male toddler, identified as Fabian Garett-Garcia, who was within a Kamuela residence.

Life-saving measures were performed on the toddler, who was transported to the North Hawaiʻi Community Hospital by medic personnel.

He was pronounced deceased shortly after his arrival at the hospital.

Detectives from the Area II Criminal Investigation Section responded to the scene and continued the investigation.

On Feb. 22, 2018, detectives received the results of the autopsy performed on July 27, 2017.

The pathologist determined the cause of death as blunt force trauma to the head and the manner of death is listed as undetermined.

The case remains classified as a coroner’s inquest; detectives continue to investigate the incident.

Police ask anyone with information regarding this investigation to contact Area II Criminal Investigation Section Detective Carrie Akina, via email at Carrie.Akina@hawaiicounty.gov or at (808) 326-4646, ext. 277.

Zonta to Honor Hirono & Community Leader with Rose Award

The Zonta Club of Hilo will honor Sen. Mazie Hirono and community leader Irene Nagao with its biennial “Rose Award of Excellence” on Monday, March 26, 2018, at the Hilo Hawaiian Hotel, Moku Ola Ballroom. Doors open at 4:30 p.m., dinner and program starts at 5:30 p.m.

The Zonta Rose Award of Excellence recognizes women who have made a significant impact on the lives of others through their employment, volunteer activities and associations. The award is part of Zonta International’s observance of International Women’s Day and Zonta Rose Day. Zonta’s mission is to empower women through service and advocacy.

“We are proud to celebrate Sen. Hirono’s work to improve the quality of life for humanity across the globe and Irene’s efforts here at home to help those who need a second or third chance at life,” said Julie Tulang, Zonta Hilo service chair. “Both women have gone above and beyond in service to the local and global community, and truly embody Zonta’s mission to empower women.”

Sen. Hirono has led a life of public service. From working to protect victims of domestic violence to extending protections for Filipino veterans of US military, Sen. Hirono is a fierce advocate for Hawaii, women, children and immigrants in Congress. Nagao, president of Going Home Hawai‘i, has convened public and private groups to support programs for youth as well as those experiencing traumatic loss or integrating back into the community from incarceration.

A limited number of tickets, which includes dinner, are available; $55 a person, or $550 for a sponsor table of eight. Purchase tickets at ZontaRose2018.eventbrite.com by Monday, March 12, 2018. For more information email info@zontahilo.org.