Kilauea chili a blast

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    Ezra Woodard, Madonna Sablan, Conrad Schmidt, Tiger Sablan-Schmidt, Carla LaFratta, Sonique Sablan-Schmidt, Graciela Lopez

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    Patrick O’Connell, Stephenie Brown

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    Sal Ochoa, Gary Pacheco

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    Wendell Sandobal, Mo Nakahara, Sid Belmonte, Kiki Alexander, Gary Smith, Howard Yamaguchi

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    Richard Texeira, Stuart Cain, Jerry Moore, John Gordan

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    Louis LaFratta, Ashlee Haraguchi, Justin Novele, Bill Troutman

The North Shore Lions Club hosted its first Fall Roundup Sunday at the Porter Pavilion at Anaina Hou Community Park in Kilauea.

“We didn’t have our annual Pancakes and Hula,” said Lion Gary Pacheco. “We gotta make up, so we’re offering chili — all-kine chili, including beef, vegetarian and chicken, with all the extras, like cole slaw, cornbread muffins and even tortillas. And no forget the juice — Cas Schwabe from Akamai Juice made it.”

The chili lunch was enhaced with yard games and a nonstop lineup of entertainment provided by the Kilauea Social Club and BlueFinger.

Other sponsors for the fundraiser included Sal’s Salsa, Jennifer Coutts, Title Guaranty and Gather Federal Credit Union.

“Next year, we’re having pancakes in the spring, and chili in the fall,” said Lion Richard Texeira.

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