The servers of the day had a lot to accomplish during their hourlong shifts, as hungry patrons couldn’t wait to create an original plate of their favorite foods.
Since their residents couldn’t make it home for the holiday season, local military units, spouse groups and other organizations decorated the Fisher Houses at Tripler Army Medical Center, here, Dec. 2.
There weren’t any fancy Super Bowl ads, but for the officers and noncommissioned officers of the 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command, the Turkey Bowl on Nov. 27 was the football game of the year.
“Kids! Honey!” I yelled from behind my camera, which was precariously perched on top of an Anthony’s Seafood matchbook, two beer coasters, three “National Geographic” magazines, “Roget’s Thesaurus” and our coffee table at the precise trajectory needed to capture a centered image of our family of five and the dog in front of the fireplace.
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS — The Murray ohana (left) pushes the button to light up the holiday tree during the Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation’s annual Tree Lighting Ceremony, here, last December. This year’s
ceremonies are scheduled Dec. 3 at Schofield Barracks and Dec. 5 at Fort Shafter. Both events begin at 5 p.m. and will feature a concert by the 25th ID Band, light refreshments and photo opportunities with Santa Claus. (File photo)
Hale Kula Elementary held its annual Turkey Trot school-wide event, here, Nov. 13. The pre-Thanksgiving event gathers canned food items that later are donated to charity.
As you pop that fun-sized candy bar you just rummaged from your kid’s dwindling Halloween booty into your gullet, consider this: You only have two weeks left.