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Mākena Resort Gives Thanks to Maui’s Emergency Responders

December 5, 2015, 4:22 PM HST
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Mākena Beach & Golf Resort gives thanks to emergency service personnel this Thanksgiving, dropping off full prepared Thanksgiving feast to the firefighters of Wailuku Fire Station. (Photo Left to Right: Firefighter Leo Domingo, Mākena Beach & Golf Resort General Manager Declan McCarthy, Firefighter John Teves, Firefighter Seth Herrik, Captain Steven Thyne, Mākena Beach & Golf Resort Hotel Manager Denise Hoopai and Mākena Resort Director of Security Jason Klohs.)

Mākena Beach & Golf Resort gives thanks to emergency service personnel this Thanksgiving, dropping off full prepared Thanksgiving feast to the firefighters of Wailuku Fire Station. (Photo Left to Right: Firefighter Leo Domingo, Mākena Beach & Golf Resort General Manager Declan McCarthy, Firefighter John Teves, Firefighter Seth Herrik, Captain Steven Thyne, Mākena Beach & Golf Resort Hotel Manager Denise Hoopai and Mākena Resort Director of Security Jason Klohs.)

The Mākena Beach & Golf Resort make its annual Thanksgiving visit to emergency service personnel stations last week, providing fully prepared gourmet Thanksgiving meals and a personal thanks on behalf of the entire Mākena Resort ʻohana.

For over 11 years the resort has made it a tradition to drop off Thanksgiving meals to firefighters, EMT’s and Maui Police Department dispatch and patrol teams working throughout the Thanksgiving holiday.

On Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015, the Mākena Resort provided Thanksgiving meals to the Kahului Fire Station, Wailuku Fire Station, and the central Maui Police Department dispatch and patrol teams.

The meals included the resort’s signature sage and thyme brined roasted whole tom turkey, Portuguese sausage and coconut bread pudding with giblet gravy, guava honey glazed ham with a warm black cherry sauce, mashed potatoes, clam chowder with assorted freshly baked bread, Kumu Farms certified organic green salads with assorted dressings and mini pumpkin pies.

Mākena Beach & Resort’s General Manager Declan McCarthy, Hotel Manager Denise Hoopai and Director of Security Jason Klohs poses with the Kahului Fire Department Team, after dropping off a fully prepared Thanksgiving meal for the entire firehouse.

Mākena Beach & Resort’s General Manager Declan McCarthy, Hotel Manager Denise Hoopai and Director of Security Jason Klohs poses with the Kahului Fire Department Team, after dropping off a fully prepared Thanksgiving meal for the entire firehouse.

“It’s an annual tradition that we are proud of, we like to thank all emergency service personnel for keeping us all safe this Thanksgiving holiday,” said Declan McCarthy, general manager of the Mākena Beach & Golf Resort.

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