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Thursday, November 23, 2000

Thanksgiving from
New York to Hawaii

Associated Press
The Old Lahaina Luau float makes its way down Broadway
today during Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York

Associated Press
The Hawaii float included a 26-foot-high volcano, 24
hula dancers and Hawaii's Miss America, Angela Perez
Baraquio, shown here as she waves to the crowd.

By Dennis Oda, Star-Bulletin
Above, Honolulu Waldorf School second-graders
Max Markrich and Conor Cook, both 7, dump their
collected pennies. The school has an annual
Thanksgiving Penny Harvest in which the children
collect pennies all year long. At the Thanksgiving
assembly, all the pennies from the school's different
classes are ceremoniously poured into a large bucket
for donation to the Hawaii Foodbank.

Below, second graders (left to right) Max
Markrich (7), Conor Cook (7), Harley O’Dell
(7) and Jackson Cusick (8), wait their turn.

By Ken Ige, Star-Bulletin
Kimo Young shows just a small sample of the
fixings for Thanksgiving at River of Life Mission
downtown today. The meal featured all the usual
Thanksgiving fare, including turkey, stuffing,
mashed potatoes, candied yams, cranberry sauce
and corn. Young said there is enough food for
500 people. The meal is served free to anyone in need.

By Ken Ige, Star-Bulletin
Kindergartners at Kapunahala Elementary School in
Kaneohe get into the spirit of Thanksgiving yesterday
at their holiday feast. Kyle Tollefson, left, and Brittney
McCray are pilgrims for a day. Some of their classmates
are dressed as American Indians.

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