|Lawrence Butler stands on Kuhio Hwy inviting everyone from Millionaires to the needy for|
a free Christmas dinner at last years Chicken in A Barel free Christmas dinner.
|People enjoying last years free|
The big question this time of year is why do my people (Jewish people) eat Chinese food on Christmas?
It’s a tradition that started since most Chinese people are not Christian and do not celebrate the holiday. Therefore those in the restaurant business stay open when literally everything from shopping malls, movie theaters, bowling alleys, sporting events, public libraries, public pools, even grocery and drug stores are closed on Christmas.
Christmas day, where will you be eating? I will be at Kapa'a Chicken in a Barrel!. They say Jewish people (my people) eat Chinese food on Christmas, not me. I like Chicken in A Barrel. Here's why;
It is the owners Mike Pierce and his Ohana's way of giving back to the community, free Christmas dinner for all, not just the needy.
The Coconut wireless reports there will be close to 400 pounds of turkey,” 300 pounds of mashed potatoes and all the fixings; stuffing, corn, green beans, salad and were hoping they have the same ono-licious cookies they had last year.
Whether your a multi-millionaire, homeless, or a Jewish person sick of Chinese food on Christmas, all are welcome!
Mahalo Nui Loa and Mele Kalimaka to the generous folks at Chicken in A Barrel.
Check out the recent article in the Garden Island News on this event!
Along with Chicken in a barrel there is also a free community Christmas dinner at Kilauea mini golf at 4:00 P.M. in case you did know here is the info;
It's starting to look a lot like Christmas around Anaina Hou Community Park!
Please join us for our annual FREE Christmas Day Feast this Thursday, December 25th, at 4:00 PM.
Our Turkeys and Hams will be fresh out of the imu, so come ready to eat, enjoy live music, and connect with our wonderful community!
All are invited, visitors and locals alike, no RSVP necessary!
To all our Jewish friends on this eighth and final day of Chanukah, Happy Harmonukkah!
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