HONOLULU (KHON2) — The Leeward Neighborhood Faculty (LCC) will likely be internet hosting its first ‘Could Day Lūʻau to Go’ occasion on Saturday, Could 1, to help the Culinary Arts Program at LCC.
The ‘Could Day Lūʻau to Go’ occasion is changing the annual in-person LCC fundraising gala, Lʻulu, because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The occasion could have a pick-up time of 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the LCC parking zone. Teacher Abigail Langlas mentioned, they’re hoping for a sell-out occasion to assist college students.
“We hope for a sell-out occasion because the proceeds from this fundraiser will go towards scholarships and different much-needed funds for gear and provides that assist help our college students within the Culinary Arts Program. We might additionally prefer to ship a honest mahalo to our sponsors—Hawaii Meats, Y. Hata, Armstrong Produce, Aloun Farms, Wong’s Product Firm, Dole Meals, Diamond Head Seafood, Hanson Meals Service, Eggs Hawaii and KYD Inc.”
Abigail Lanlas, Leeward Neighborhood Faculty teacher
The recent plate menu for the occasion comprises Lau Lau, Kalua pig, rooster lengthy rice, beef stew and rice whereas the chilly plate menu comprises macaroni salad, Lomi Lomi salmon, candy potato, poi, pineapple and haupia cake.
The price for the occasion is $30 and pre-sale is offered by means of Friday, April 30, by means of the hyperlink here.
These that aren’t in a position to attend however want to make a donation can accomplish that here.