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Good Things: Wildlife donation, Pumpkin pie, Haunted house

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HONOLULU (HAWAIINEWSNOW) - Senator Daniel Inouye announced that more than $17 million will be given to Hawaii for wildlife refuges, tropical landscape management and saving endangered native Hawaiian birds. $7 million will pay for 1100 additional parcels for the "James Campbell National Wildlife Refuge". Other projects include rat eradication, lighthouse repair, and equipment for Hawaii volcanoes observatory.

A Texas spa says getting healthy skin is as easy as pie, pumpkin pie that is! Just in time for fall, the spa is offering all sorts of treatments including pumpkin pedicures and pumpkin peels. Pumpkin is known to have antioxidants and beta-carotene, meaning, you might want to keep some of those insides when you carve out your halloween jack-o-lantern!

Residents and staff of a Waianae transitional shelter are putting on a haunted house. For a $6 donation, visitors can make their way through the "thirteen rooms of horror." Many of the actors are residents of Paiolu Kaiaulu. They say this is their way of giving back to the community.