Lanai’s lucky this woman finds her joy giving kokua
By Lee Cataluna firstname.lastname@example.org
Dec. 2, 2016
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Soledad “Sue” Obado and her granddaughter Dolleen Obado Keola posed for a photo at Starbucks in Waimalu the day after Thanksgiving. Obado was one of the founders of the Lanai Food Pantry in the 1970s and has run the operation as a volunteer ever since. Keola helped out this year with the pre-holiday work at the pantry, under Grandma Sue’s direction.
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Soledad “Sue” Obado is on the far right wearing a hat with her hair in pigtails in an archival photo of Lanai pineapple pickers.