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Celebs Run, Party for the Reefs

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Kelly HuA bunch of celebs gathered on Monday night in Hawaii (poor babies) to benefit Reef Check Hawaii.

Reef Check Hawai’i provides objective data to support local decisions on what levels & types of activities can be sustained while preserving reefs. It educates and builds local community commitment to reef ecology. It is a volunteer organization.

Hawai’i is a Globally critical habitat: one of the world’s last isolated reef ecologies; one of the highest percentage of endemic species in the world; critical to Pacific-wide ocean ecology

Naveen AndrewsThe event was hosted by actress Kelly Hu who said, “People come from all over the world come to see Hawaii’s beauty and to dive and snorkel. It’s a delicate part of our ecosystem as well.” She had been planning for months on running the Honolulu Marathon benefiting the organization, and she went through with it. Also joining her in the run, Lost star Naveen Andrews, and of course, Lance Bass. (Where isn’t Lance, is the question.)

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