The 30th Annual Labor Day Breakfast benefited the Hale ‘Opio and Ke Ala Hoku programs this year.
This year’s breakfast appeared to be more spaced out with diners going through the serving lines in a steady stream as compared to previous years when diners showed up in surges, said one observer. That observation was based on the fact that a lot of people were probably recuperating from the Kaua‘i County Farm Bureau Fair which closed the night before.
The breakfast was in line with last year’s numbers when the church accounted for 476 meals in a three-hour span.
“We had 500 adult tickets printed, and we’re recycling tickets now so that’s a good sign,” said one volunteer.