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NFL's Kemoeatu brothers host football camp for Hawaii kids

Chris Kemoeatu Chris Kemoeatu
Maake Kemoeatu Maake Kemoeatu
Davone Bess Davone Bess

By Photojournalist Brenton Awa

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Brothers Chris and Maake Kemoeatu know that given any chance, kids from Hawaii can make their football dreams come true.

That's what the pair of Kahuku grads, now NFL stars, preached this week at their football camp.

Click on the video on this page to view the sights and sounds captured by Hawaii News Now Photojournalist Brenton Awa.

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