Our ward had a luau last year but we didn't get to attend because Sam was running the Fargo Marathon the next day so we were already on our way to Fargo. We heard so many great things about the luau and we were looking forward to going this year.

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They held it at a park and there were so many people!

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Jiahs and Karen

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Kirsten and Anneliese

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Leah and baby Henry

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The primary kids singing The Welcome Song (We Welcome You) in Samoan

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There was so much food but I wasn't feeling well and only had a few bites. But it tasted good!

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They called up the bishopric and their wives to dance. Our bishop is in the BYU sweatshirt. He had only been the bishop for five days by this point. Poor guy.

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The kids were less interested in the luau and they swarmed the playground.

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So much planning went into this and it was a really cool and fun night. It was a great way to celebrate the end of winter!


Janelle said...

Is that really a pig head???? Gross.

Olivia said...

Super sad we missed it!

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