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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -
By Jade Storms
Honolulu Mayor Kirk
Caldwell announced today that the City will be co-sponsoring a parade with the
Koolauloa community on Saturday, April 27 to welcome home Notre Dame football stars
Manti Te'o and Robby Toma.
"We're all very
proud of these home-town heroes, and we're pleased to welcome them back
home," Caldwell said.
The parade will start at
Hau'ula Beach Park at 4 p.m. and will end at Laie Park at approximately 5 p.m.,
where a community celebration will also be held.
The parade is scheduled
to begin on Kamehameha Highway, across from Hau'ula Beach Park and is scheduled
for the following route:
-turn left on Hauula Homstead Road and will loop through Hauula to Kamehameha
-turn left on Kamehameha Highway and proceed to Laie
-turn left on Naniloa Street and loop back to Kamehameha Highway