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State declares Ko Olina Taste at Kapolei Day

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The state will honor a popular food fair Tuesday, by declaring a Ko Olina Taste at Kapolei Day.

It will mark the 11th annual event, and also show appreciation for the nearly one million dollars in scholarship money that it has raised for college students from west Oahu.

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