Tuxes and Tails event to benefit Humane Society


Funds for our furry friends…. the Hawaiian Humane Society went black tie this evening at it’s annual gala “Tuxes and Tails.” A sold-out crowd of supporters at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel had extra reason to celebrate. A donation of 5 acres of Ewa land from D.R. Horton–Schular Homes will enable the Humane Society to open a second facility in West Oahu. Monies raised tonight will support all the organization’s programs for abandoned animals, including investigations of abuse. PAM BURNS 54-1:07 “IT COVERS SOME OF OUR OPERATING EXPENSES IT COST’S US ABOUT 18,000 A DAY TO RUN OUR ORGANIZATION WHEN YOU TALK ABOUT RECEIVING 30,0000 ANIMALS A YEAR WHICH IS WHAT WE DO AT THE HAWAII HUMANE SOCIETY THIS EVENT IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT TO US” Master and Mistress of ceremony once again were KITV4’s Pamela Young and Gary Sprinkle. To celebrate Easter the Hawaiian Humane Society is holding an adoption egg- stravaganza tomorrow and Monday. Adopt an animal … and choose a gift egg. Inside the egg will be a discount on

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