KPD Chief Todd Raybuck

Kaua‘i police will join New Hope Līhu‘e in distributing free breakfasts on Saturday to keiki and youth ages 18 and under, according to a county news release.

The event, “Police, Pastors and Pancakes,” will be held from 9 to 10 a.m. at Puakea Golf Course in Līhu‘e.

“The Kaua‘i Police Department is excited for the opportunity to partner with New Hope Līhu‘e and the sponsors of ‘Police, Pastors and Pancakes.’ As members of this community, we recognize and share many of the challenges families are facing on our island,” KPD Chief Todd Raybuck said. “COVID-19 has decreased our ability to interact through community programs, such as Coffee with a Cop and K-PAL. ‘Police, Pastors and Pancakes’ provides our officers with an opportunity to continue to serve people, build relationships and improve the quality of life in our community during these challenging times.”

The pancake breakfasts will be served by law enforcement officers to participants in their vehicles in a drive-thru format only. All youth 18 and under are invited to attend. Puakea Golf Course is located at 150 Nuhou Street.


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