Thanksgiving imu

Kala Nizo, Kaulana Calica, Andre Aguilar, and Leinani Avilla tend the keawe fire that heats the rocks for the Kapa’a High School Hawaiian Club’s Imu Service for Thanksgiving. The students collected over 100 turkeys, hams, vegetables, and even rice pudding for the imu service. Customers picked up their orders early Thanksgiving morning. The program of 75 students is under direction from kumu Kaee Calica with Nani Dinnan serving as president.

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