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Lanikai residents put tongues in cheeks for New Year parade

By Sarah Zoellick

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 01, 2014

~~<p>Lanikai residents plan to clamor and &mdash; this year &mdash; cry out in their neighborhood streets today for the annual Woes Parade, a play on the iconic Rose Parade.</p>
<p>The theme this year is &quot;Lani&shy;kai Town Crier.&quot; Carrying lanterns and bells, adults and keiki decked out in funny hats will hang signs from their necks highlighting various news items, parade organizer Ted Rodgers said.</p>
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Lanikai residents plan to clamor and — this year — cry out in their neighborhood streets today for the annual Woes Parade, a play on the iconic Rose Parade.

The theme this year is "Lani­kai Town Crier." Carrying lanterns and bells, adults and keiki decked out in funny hats will hang signs from their necks highlighting various news items, parade organizer Ted Rodgers said. Login for more...



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