Pali Lions Host Luau To Thank Community

The Pali Lions Club is throwing a luau, and its inviting the public to come share the feast from 6:30 to 9 p.m. April 28 at St. Anthony’s Church in Kailua.

The club is marking its 50th anniversary this year and wants to thank the community for its continued support of its many service projects.

“This is going to be fun,” said president Dan Motohiro, “The last time we did one of these was four years ago, and people have been asking when we would do another. We felt that this is the perfect opportunity to do a little bash and thank our Windward community for supporting us for all these years.”

Tickets cost $35 and are going fast, according to Motohiro. The evening includes pupus, drinks, door prizes, entertainment and a menu of kalua pig, lau lau and other Hawaiian favorites, courtesy of member Alan Young and Young’s Fish Market.

For reservations, call Motohiro at 223-4893. The church is located at 148 Makawao St.