The Hawaii Kai Lions Club have their 39th Annual Father's Day Pancake Breakfast | Community Spirit
The Father's Day Pancake Breakfast will take place at Kaiser High School cafeteria, located at 511 Lunalilo Home Road Honolulu, HI 96825. Families are welcome from 6:30 am to 10:30 am, and live entertainment will take place from 8:00 am to 10:00 am.
The following information is provided by the Hawaii Kai Lions Club:
Here we go again! The Hawaii Kai Lions Club will serve over 3,500 PANCAKE BREAKFASTS this Fathers’ Day to raise money to fund community projects such as Vision Testing for East Oahu Pre-School Children, Painting & Repair projects for East Oahu public schools, Hawaii Kai Holiday Parade, the Junior Police Officer programs, monetary support of Hawaii Kai Library, Kaiser High School Project Graduation, and many other projects that make a difference in the community. Morning entertainment 8:00am – 10:00am
8:00-8:30am-Magic Show by Richard Bautista
8:30-9:00am-Ukulele performance by Gina Sunada and her students
9:00-9:30am-Music by Dennis & LaVerne
Tickets are still only $6 and can be purchased at the door. Eat-in and take-out service is available. For tickets, more information or to get involved with the Hawaii Kai Lions Club, please contact Cynthia Chun 373-9443.
The Hawaii Kai Lions Club is a dedicated group of men and women that identify a number of critical community needs, then work together to raise the funds & manpower to fulfill those needs. Their popular Fathers’ Day Pancake Breakfast fundraiser has been their main source of donations for 38 years, bringing in hundreds of thousands of dollars to assist the neighborhoods of East Oahu.
The Club meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of every month at 7pm at Lunalilo Home. Find out more about the Hawaii Kai Lions by visiting their website; http://www.hawaiikailions.org
Celebrating their 85th year of service in the state, the 1,800 Lions of District 50 Hawaii have unselfishly volunteered their talents, time, skills, and donations to assist and serve the people of Hawai`i. With nearly 1.4-million members in 46,000 clubs worldwide, Lions Clubs International is the world’s largest volunteer service organization, whose members live their motto everyday: “We Serve.”
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