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Vol. 9, Issue 330 • Thursday, November 25, 2004
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Shrouded in steam, Kailua High School senior Koa Lyu, right, and alumnus Kai Hovey placed turkeys on a bed of banana stumps yesterday. The school fund-raiser has grown in popularity since started retired teacher Todd Hendricks started it nearly a decade ago. Its first imu held 50 turkeys. This Thanksgiving, it took on its largest order yet at nearly 400 turkeys.
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