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Jingle all the way...
14TH ANNUAL JINGLE BELL BEACH
RUN BENEFITS LOCAL NONPROFIT
The staff at Superior Sanitation would like
to wish their customers and the community a
Call us for your next big clean up. Offering
West Hawaii 15yd and 30yd roll off services.
Also 3 yd. for the small clean up.
Mahalo to all our wonderful
staff that makes this all possible.
Baba and Ernest
Galen and Curtis
Doug and Kyle
Bryan and Rich
John and Keoki
And, of course, Princess Vespa and Dozer.
Alison Sales Manager
Direct Line 345-3944
Angela Offi ce Manager
Direct Line 325-1055
The 14th annual Jingle Bell Beach
Run is Sunday, Dec. 16, at Coconut
Start time for the Christmasthemed
event is 7:30 a.m. and will
feature a 5K and Santa’s Keiki Dash.
This year, the event benefits the
Kiwanis Club, a nonprofit organization
dedicated to changing the lives
of children in need through their
involvement with youth programs
and meaningful community activities
on the Big Island.
Awards will be given to the top
three in each category: Overall,
5-year age groups, and best
Christmas costumes. Lots of raffle
prizes to follow.
Entry fee for the 5K is $30 until
Nov. 30 and $35 until Dec. 14.
Late registration will be accepted
at packet pickup on Dec. 15 from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Coconut Grove
Marketplace. No registration for the
5K on race day. Santa’s Keiki Dash is
free to children ages 6 and younger.
Applications for the Hawaii Sports
Events race are available at Big
Island Running Company with registration
available online at www.
kona5k.com. Volunteers are also
needed. For more information, visit
the website or email info@hawaiisportevents.