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Bellingham businesses, events support relief efforts for Maui fire victims

Make a donation, buy a lei or a pint

Boundary Bay Brewery's selection includes leis and Coconut Hiwa Porter from Maui Brewing Co. placed on top of multi-colored flowers.
Boundary Bay Brewery is selling leis and Coconut Hiwa Porter from Maui Brewing Co. to raise money for the Kokua Restaurant & Hospitality Fund, which provides assistance to service industry workers displaced by the Maui wildfires. (Sophia Nunn/Cascadia Daily News)
By Simone Higashi News Intern
Bellingham area businesses are stepping up to accept donations following the Aug. 8 fire that spread
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