Ovando Luau Shakes Cabin Fever
Andi Bourne, Pathfinder
Ovando residents gathered around the fire for the annual group photo.
OVANDO – The Saturday after Super Bowl, the Ovando community joins together for the Annual Ovando Community Luau. They don their best Hawaiian attire over long johns, sweaters and wool socks and reconnect with friends over lunch.
According to Ovando's Organizer of Frivolous Affairs Kathy Schoendoerfer, the first luau was held in 2005 and has continued every year since. The purpose is simply for Ovando residents to shake off cabin fever with good food, drinks and conversation with their neighbors.
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