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Annual Holiday Charity Events Benefit Maui’s Kūpuna and Keiki, Dec. 11 and 12

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Street Bikers United Hawai’i in partnership with Minit Stop and Azeka Shopping Center are hosting two annual charity events benefiting Maui’s kūpuna and keiki on Saturday, Dec. 11 and Sunday, Dec. 12.

Event information from Street Bikers United Hawai’i for both events are presented below:

The 20th Annual Kula Hospital Trike Run – Saturday, Dec. 11

Calling all motorcycle enthusiasts: Join Santa and his helpers on a drive up to deliver gifts and over a dozen Mele ʻUkuleles to kūpuna at Kula Hospital. Meet at Cycle City at 9 a.m. for donuts, coffee, a blessing and a pep talk from Santa. Kickstands Up at 10 a.m. The group will arrive at Kula Hospital at 11 a.m. with island musician Tarvin Makia who will teach residents a few holiday favorites. Reverend Al Terry will share his version of the traditional Hawaiian 12 days of Christmas.

Maui County’s 20th Annual Toy Run Drive – Sunday, Dec. 12

Santa needs help this year to reach a goal of 3,000 toys that will be gifted to Maui’s keiki. Bring your ʻohana for the 20th annual toy run drive this Sunday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Azeka Makai. Out of an abundance of caution the event will be a drive-thru format this year. The public is invited to drop off donations/unwrapped gifts, and receive some freshly baked holiday munchies from Nalu’s Chef Geno. Keiki are also invited and can receive a holiday gift from Mr. and Mrs. Claus.

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