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Olympic Champion Kristi Yamaguchi in town to promote latest book that will benefit Hawaii schools

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

Olympic gold medalist Kristi Yamaguchi is in town to promote her new book “Cara’s Kindness”.  Proceeds support her ALWAYS DREAM FOUNDATION, which provides funding for under-served schools, including seven Hawaii schools.

Best known as the Phantom from "Phantom of the Opera, Franc D’Ambrosio is here to help her celebrate the new book and perform at a private function for supporters on Saturday November 5th, when they will announce the dates for the second “GOLDEN MOMENT” skating concert on ice here in Hawaii in 2017.

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