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Hilo Gallery Sells Art to Help Animals

High Fire Hawaii, an art and ceramics gallery in Hilo, will be hosting its 6th Annual Art Helps event, benefiting the Hawaii Island Humane Society.  High Fire Hawaii sells all locally made items including original paintings, handmade jewelry, and locally crafted pottery!

Frankie the cat was adopted at last year’s Art Helps event

Frankie the cat was adopted at last year’s Art Helps event

On Saturday, November 26h from 9am – 5pm, any purchase at the gallery will go towards helping the animals of the Hawaii Island Humane Society.  There will even be animals on site and ready to adopt!  Adoptable animals will be onsite from 10am – 2pm.

High Fire Hawaii is located at 223 Kilauea Ave.. in Hilo, across from Ben Franklin Crafts on the park side.  For more information, call the gallery at (808) 935- 8380 or email info@highfirehawaii.com.

Man Found Dead in Water at Kohala Light House Surf Spot

A 63-year-old man was found face down in the ocean this morning not breathing and without a pulse at the popular Kohala Light House Surf Spot.

Surfers started CPR in the water and brought him to shore.  County of Hawaii Fire Personnel took over with resuscitation efforts.

Hawaii County Fire Personnel worked in conjunction with Chopper 1 and Chopper 2 to lift the body up by long line up a cliff to a waiting medic unit.  He was then transported by medic to the Kohala Hospital where he was pronounced dead.