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Dishing up dinner for less fortunate

November 23, 2012
The Maui News

First photo: Pukalani resident Sarah Cordeiro takes a tray of pumpkin pie to guests at Hale Kau Kau's annual community Thanksgiving luncheon held in St. Theresa Church's dining hall in Kihei on Thursday. Diners were treated to a sit-down luncheon with volunteers serving a traditional Thanksgiving meal that included 700 pounds of turkey and a hundred pies. There were more than 275 people who ate their meal at Hale Kau Kau, according to Manager Tina Draper.

Second photo: Volunteers helping prepare plates for the holiday meal were (from left) Canadian visitors Tracey Mah-Gillies and Jim Gillies; Kihei residents 16-year-old Tyler Moore with dad Bruce Moore, and Arline Makahanaloa and Yvette Makahanaloa (front right in dark shirt). Hale Kau Kau's lead cook Stanley Makahanaloa is in the background.

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