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The Make a Wish Foundation Sends Hawaii Boy to 'Wheel of Fortune'

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

The Make a Wish Foundation is known for making dreams come true. The foundation granted the wish of Hawaii boy Ryan Green by flying him out to Hollywood to see the live taping of the show 'Wheel of Fortune.'

'Swing for Wishes' is an annual golf tournament to help raise money for the Make a Wish Foundation. The tournament will be held at the Hawaii Prince Golf Course on Thursday October 17th.

For more information go to www.swingforwishes.com

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