Can-Struction Competition Looks to Create World Without Hunger

Can-Struction Competition Looks to Create World Without Hunger

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The Honolulu Chapter of the American Institute of Architects is holding its 9th Annual benefit for the Hawaii Food Bank. Competitors are tasked with constructing massive designs and displays out of cans of food. After the competition the cans are all donated to the Hawaii Food Bank in order to try and fulfill their mission of creating a "world without hunger."

Grace got a chance to speak with the Co-Chair of Canstruction, Reid Mizue and talk about the history of the event and what to look forward to. This year's competition theme is "Childhood Dreams." Alongside Reid, is one of the team's competing this weekend. The group from HDR Inc. build's the biggest coffee mug Sunrise has ever seen.

To get the public involved, each can you donate will award you one vote which will allow you to help choose a winner.

Canstruction is this Saturday, Oct. 4th, at Pearlridge Center Uptown Center Court from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  For more information visit

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