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by Makana Shook, student writer

 

According to Rev. Dale Burke, HPU professor and chaplain, this event started off as a way to provide an affordable “home-cooked” Thanksgiving meal option to students who found themselves away from home for the holiday.

Students are invited to a Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 23) worship celebration, followed by a traditional American Thanksgiving dinner: turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, salad, and pumpkin pie. The service will begin at 10 a.m. and the meal will be served at 11 a.m.

Only 100 people can be accommodated, so be sure to buy your tickets early. Tickets will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis during the first week of November on Fort Street Mall. You may also call Rev. Burke at 544-9394 to make reservations.

While the dinner at the Sea Warrior Center is probably “the biggest bang for your buck,” Turkeys-to-Go is always a quick and easy way to spend Thanksgiving with a group of friends. Many places on O‘ahu, from fine dining to fast food, offer Turkeys-to-Go for the holiday.

One of the most affordable and delectable of these Turkeys-to-Go places is the Willows Restaurant. About $80 will get you a 10-12 pound roasted turkey with all the trimmings. Each of these meals serves at least four to six people. To place your order, call the Willows at 952-9200.

To see other places that offer Thanksgiving fare, check the advertisements in the newspaper on Nov. 14, the Sunday before Thanksgiving.

 

 

 

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